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Summer sun holiday better than a home for young adults
DESPITE the choice of mortgages being at a five-year high, young adults would rather go on holiday than buy their first home.
Mobile phone shocker adds £25 to our bills
WE'RE wasting £1.3 billion a year by calling 0845 and 0870 numbers from our mobiles, according to a new survey.
Big leap in loans
THE number of buyers climbing on to the property ladder for the first time is at its highest level since the financial crash in 2007.
Living on breadline
SKINT Brits are living “hand to mouth” with millions finding themselves broke by the end of the month.
Trader Darren Thompson faces jail after £6m football betting scam
A FORMER City worker who set up a football syndicate ripped off his pals for over £6million to fund a lavish lifestyle
Cost of holiday spends soar
WE all enjoy our annual summer holiday abroad.
Firms charge £5k to clear your debt
CAMPAIGNERS last night warned that debt management companies could replace payday loan firms as the new financial evil on the high street.
Why we all need to score credit
WE’RE kidding ourselves when it comes to getting credit, according to credit card provider Aqua.
Payday loan firms 'out of control'
PAYDAY lenders are pressurising struggling borrowers to extend their loans.
First-class idea from Post Office
WITH perfect timing the Post Office has launched three new current accounts.
Just the ticket... or is it? Watch out for fiddles as UK festival season approaches
WITH the music festival season almost upon us fans are being urged to beware of ticket scams.
Rentokil's £1 courier sale
PEST control group Rentokil Initial has sold lossmaking parcel business City Link for a nominal £1.
Celebrity Businesses You Wouldn’t Expect
It’s not uncommon for a celebrity to attach their name to a product or endorse something, whether it is for recognition, money or both.
Wimpey builds on good news
BUYERS are flocking to showhomes thanks to government schemes to give them financial help, says housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
TSB to be relaunched
LLOYDS Banking Group is to relaunch TSB as a High Street brand after the planned sales of 631 branches to the Co-operative Group collapsed yesterday.
Asda's job bonanza
SUPERMARKET big player Asda said 2012 sales had defied the downturn as it unveiled a £700million expansion plan, creating thousands of jobs.
Bad weather lands 5m households in debt
WE’RE more in debt to gas and electricity firms than ever before.
We're sold on the idea of property
WE’VE become a lot more optimistic about the property market.
Direct debit drives up the cost of cover
PAY your car insurance by monthly direct debit and you could be wasting almost £90 a year.
Paying on time is a real credit
ONE in six of us has missed a payment in the past year, possibly damaging our credit profile and ruining our borrowing potential.
Post Office taking on high street banks
THE Post Office is taking on the high street banks by launching a current account.
Vince Cable calls time on beer curbs
NEW rules to prevent giant pub companies from abusing their power over tenants were unveiled by the Government yesterday.
Rich Ricci leaves Barclays
BARCLAYS reshuffled its management team yesterday after investment banking boss Rich Ricci quit.
How to save a fortune by watching the pennies
ARE you looking for easy ways to save money?
Life & Style
Most popular sex positions unveiled – from kinky Cowgirl to Doggy Style
Everyone’s sexual desires are going to be different to one another, even among couples, so have you wondered what the most popular sex position in bed is nowadays?
Mum makes blunder with outfits for school dress-up day – her kids weren't happy
Leanne-Nicole Evans spent an evening crafting the ultimate outfit for her kids Charlie and Chloe to wear on dress-up day – but she made one very unfortunate blunder
What bad breath can say about your health – and when it's cause for concern
Suffering from bad breath? While the problem is common, it can point to health problems in some instances. Here's all you need to know
Morrisons and Sainsbury’s slashes fuel prices this week in huge petrol offer
Morrisons and Sainsbury’s have both announced they will be cutting the price of petrol in a bid to help motorists save money on fuel in the coming weeks
Mum's stomach-churning cleaning test shows just how dirty your bed sheets are
Sara, from Australia, shared a photo on a popular cleaning Facebook group which shows her bed sheets after she deep cleaned them – and the results will mortify you
Britain's loneliest dog Bess looking for home after 10 years in rescue centre
Staff at Last Chance animal rescue centre are desperate to find Britain's loneliest dog Bess a lovely family to spend her twilight years with
UK weather: Brits to sizzle in 20C heat blast next week in first sign of summer
The Met Office and BBC Weather have already forecasted "mild" weather to sweep Britain in March, and now it looks like 20C could be on the cards
Sex robots replicate 'human expression' leaving people 'convinced they're alive'
Sex robot manufacturer RealDoll has released a staggering new video that flaunts its latest range of dolls powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Viewers remarked one even looked "alive"
Scientists warn AI super-intelligence on verge of 'destroying civilisation'
CEO of Allen Institute for AI, Professor Oren Etzioni, issued a series of potential warning signs that would alert us to "super-intelligence" being around the corner
Man collapses coughing in Canary Wharf as London on coronavirus alert
EXCLUSIVE The coughing man collapsed at the shopping mall in front of stunned office workers who crowded around him
Former Liverpool star Alberto Moreno sends second-leg warning to Atletico Madrid
Liverpool haven't lost against European opposition at Anfield in over five years, but they need to beat Atletico convincingly to reach the quarter-finals
Emmerdale's most terrifying murderers of all time as sick Pierce finally gets caught
During Tuesday night's hour-long Emmerdale, rapist and murderer Pierce Harris was finally caught by police after taking Vanessa Woodfield, her son Johnny, and Kim Tate hostage. Here, Daily Star Online has taken a look back at the soap's other terrifying killers
Sizzling model recreates iconic bikini snap of original James Bond film girl
Michelle Hunziker set pulses racing with her steamy snaps showing her emerging from the sea in a homage to the James Bond girl from the first film Dr No
Tony Bellew explains funny Gary Neville 'flight plan' when Liverpool win Premier League title
Liverpool are just four wins away from becoming Premier League champions - and the pain is clearly too much for Everton fan Tony Bellew and Manchester United hero Gary Neville
Coronavirus doctor dies after treating more than 3,000 patients in a month
Dr Liu Wenxiong died of what his family said was a stress-induced heart attack after seeing 100 patients a day, but officials are refusing to classify his death as work-related