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Half of British adults are 'financially vulnerable', says FCA
Half of all adults in the UK are financially vulnerable, with millions failing to pay bills and resorting to borrowing from friends and family to make ends meet, according to the UK financial watchdog.
Half of UK adults are financially vulnerable, City watchdog finds  
Consumer credit putting millions of Britons at risk of financial harm, says FCA  
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UNEMPLOYMENT in Wales has fallen below UK levels with the rate between June and August dropping to 4% while across the UK it was 4.3%.
THE UK's worst traffic jam last year took place on the M5 in Somerset, new figures show. The worst queue of the year occurred on August 4 on the M5 northbound near Junction 20 near Clevedon, Somerset.
Lloyds Banking Group shareholders were “mugged” by the bank on its acquisition of HBOS, it was claimed in the High Court at the start of a blockbuster trial that is set to rake over Lloyds' disastrous acquisition of HBOS in 2008.
The changes come a few days after Twitter's chief executive, Jack Dorsey, acknowledged the company's failings in a short series of tweets.
Real wages across the UK declined for a sixth consecutive month in August, as the growth in pay packets continued to lag a jump in inflation triggered by a dramatic fall in the pound since the UK voted for to leave the EU.

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