Sam Faiers and Billie Faiers are no longer friends with Ferne McCann [ITV]
For months Sam Faiers, Billie Faiers and Ferne McCann have been rumoured to be feuding after their once incredibly close relationship turned sour.
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TSB has admitted that some problems will not be fixed until the end of the month as thousands of customers are still struggling to access to their accounts. The bank, which launched in 2013, has suffered from a technical meltdown after an update to its co
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A UK firm managing assets of $1.2 trillion will pull its investment from companies that fail to act on climate change.
Helena Morrissey, head of personal investing at Legal and General, said they will be “naming and shaming” these companies ne
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The Spanish-owned group said it took another hit from last year's collapse of construction giant Carillion, which contributed to a surge in first quarter credit impairment losses to £60 million, from £13 million a year earlier.