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New contract wins provide £1.2m lift for Edinburgh IT outfit Opal

Edinburgh-based IT firm Opal has boosted revenues by £1.2 million in the last six months on the back of a series of contract wins. The firm said it had won substantial work in the retail, education, financial services and creative sectors as it looks...

Scotsman, yesterday, 11:53 in Politics
 
Boots travel insurer faces double investigation

Boots travel insurer faces double investigation

A firm that claims to be one of the biggest travel insurance providers in the UK is facing two investigations into its conduct. Travel Insurance Facilities (TIF) - which sells through the High Street chain Boots - is being accused of failing to...

BBC, yesterday, 11:51 in Business
 

CYBG posts loss as PPI claims costs hit

CYBG has posted a full-year loss as costs relating to claims of mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) weighed on the group. The Glasgow-headquartered bank, which owns the Clydesdale and Yorkshire brands, as well as digital-only bank B, reported...

Scotsman, yesterday, 10:56 in Business
 
Philip Lowe calls for stiffer penalties as CBA admits it may owe more customers

Philip Lowe calls for stiffer penalties as CBA admits it may owe more customers

The Reserve Bank governor has called for harsher penalties for bankers who do the wrong thing, on a day when the Commonwealth Bank’s chief executive admitted he may have to extend a remediation program to cover hundreds of thousands more customers....

Guardian, yesterday, 09:33 in World News
 

CYBG swings to loss following further PPI provisions

CYBG has swung to a full-year loss after it was forced to take an extra £150 million charge linked to the mis-selling of payment protection insurance. The group, which owns the Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks, booked a £164 million pre-tax loss in the...

 

CYBG swings to loss following further PPI provisions

CYBG has swung to a full-year loss after it was forced to take an extra £150 million charge linked to the mis-selling of payment protection insurance. The group, which owns the Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks, booked a £164 million pre-tax loss in the...

The Star, yesterday, 08:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Staff 'switched between Brexit campaign and Arron Banks insurance firm'

Staff 'switched between Brexit campaign and Arron Banks insurance firm'

BBC footage filmed at Brexit campaign founder Arron Banks's office suggests staff switched between his insurance firm and the EU campaign. In June he told a committee of MPs nobody worked for both organisations and its chair said the footage showed...

BBC, Monday, 18:24 in Regional
 

White van man tries to hide from police after being caught without insurance for second time in a month

A white van man has been caught driving without insurance for the second time in less than a month. Police followed the van through St. Anne's whilst they carried out an insurance check. The checks soon revealed that the vehicle had no insurance and...

 

White van man tries to hide from police after being caught without insurance for second time in a month

0 Have your say A white van man has been caught driving without insurance for the second time in less than a month. Police followed the van through St. Anne's whilst they carried out an insurance check. The checks soon revealed that the vehicle had no...

 

Drivers are breaking these car insurance rules without even realising

When it comes to car insurance, not everyone sticks to the rules and sometimes drivers flout the rules by trying to make use of loopholes that really do not exist. Some drivers run the risk of getting six points on their licence, a £300 fine and the...

 
CBA admits wrongly selling insurance to 60,000 unemployed customers

CBA admits wrongly selling insurance to 60,000 unemployed customers

The head of Australia’s biggest bank has acknowledged that his organisation wrongly sold credit card insurance to more than 60,000 unemployed customers and baulked at removing perverse incentives for mortgage brokers to sell larger loans. Matt Comyn,...

Guardian, Monday, 07:57 in World News
 

Jobless Chesterfield motorist pays heavy price for driving without a licence and insurance

A motorist who was caught by police driving without a licence and insurance has been ordered to pay £415. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on November 13 how Emma Louise Shepherd, 44, of Clay Lane, Clay Cross, was seen as the driver of a Ford...

The Star, Sunday, 04:05 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The car insurance myths police say you need to know about

Police have released the list of common insurance myths as they begin targeting roads with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras. Organising car insurance can get complicated. But it's a legal requirement and drivers can face a fine of up...

Coventry Telegraph, Saturday, 11:17 in Regional West
 
Does your insurance cover you to drive a friend's car?

Does your insurance cover you to drive a friend's car?

Jumping behind the wheel of your mate’s or your partner’s car could, in some cases, result in the vehicle being seized on the spot and you being punished for driving with invalid insurance. That’s the warning from police, targeting uninsured drivers...

Guardian, Saturday, 09:48 in Business
 

Driver arrested in Chorley for being more than twice over the legal drink drive limit, having no insurance,...

Lancashire Police have arrested a motorist in Chorley for a series of serious driving offences. Taking to social media at 8.04am, a spokesman for Lancashire Police revealed how the motorist had been arrested last night for a "fatal four...

 


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