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Wonga to write off �220m of customer debts
Wonga, the pay day lender, is to take a �35m hit as it writes off debts owed by more than 300,000 customers. The company is to write off loans worth �220m as it aims to improve its relationship with borrowers and regulators in light of the fake legal letter ...
Wonga forced to write off 330000 customers' debts -- business live  
UPDATE 2-UK lender Wonga writes off debt for 330000 customers  
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The Bank of England wants more formal powers to intervene in the housing market to stop a bubble destabilising the financial system.
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LONDON Oct 2 (Reuters) - The Bank of England gave a clean bill of health to Britain's controversial flagship mortgage guarantee scheme on Thursday, sparing the government from potential embarrassment in the run-up to a national election.
Activity in the construction sector picked up in September, according to the latest purchasing managers' index, suggesting building work was growing at close to the fastest pace since the recession.
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