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Free helpline for bereaved youngsters launched with help from Martin Lewis
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Children’s bereavement charity Grief Encounter has launched a brand-new free helpline providing instant, confidential advice and support for bereaved children and young people, funded by a donation of £86,000 from MSE founder Martin Lewis

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WHSmith staff given average £40 uniform rebate – are you owed?
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Over 10,000 current and former WHSmith employees have been paid uniform rebates of around £40 on average, after the company asked its staff to wear certain clothes to work – here's what you need to know

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Homeowners could switch to a cheaper mortgage more easily as lending rules are set to be relaxed
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Tens of thousands of mortgage prisoners are now one step closer to being freed, after the financial regulator began consulting on relaxing mortgage affordability rules, in an important step forward for MoneySavingExpert.com's long-running campaign.

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How to Make Money Selling T-Shirts Online (WITHOUT Any Design Skills!)
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This week I’m going to give you the full lowdown on one of my personal side hustles: I make money selling T shirts online.  Selling T shirts online is an awesome way to make money from home. Depending on the effort you want to put in, it can bring you a little bit of extra […]

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'I beat the stamp price hike – by buying £2,500 worth'
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A MoneySaver who bought £2,500 worth of postage stamps seven years ago says he's delivered on his plan to save £100s – as the costs have increased by up to 69% since 2012

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Train more than a minute late? From April, firms will have to report it
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Rail companies will start measuring the punctuality of their trains by the minute from April

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Topcashback and Quidco owners abandon merger plans
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The owners of the UK's two biggest cashback sites have formally withdrawn plans for a proposed merger

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