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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.
Virgin Money's long-awaited flotation is set to return �50 million to the taxpayer, it has been revealed, and will help pay off monies agreed in its purchase of Northern Rock in 2011.
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.
LONDON Oct 2 (Reuters) - British construction activity grew at one of the fastest rates on record last month, though slower rises in new orders and employment raise questions about the durability of the upturn, a survey of purchasing managers showed on ...
The high street crisis deepened yesterday after City watchdogs launched an investigation into bogus profit claims at Tesco while Sainsbury's revealed a disastrous fall in sales.

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