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BrightHouse rent-to-own firm pays �14.8m in redress
Rent-to-own retailer BrightHouse has been told to pay �14.8m to 249,000 customers by the financial regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
BrightHouse: Rent-to-own firm agrees to pay �14.8m for mistreating consumers  
BrightHouse agrees �15m payout to mistreated customers  
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People with problem debt could be given a six-week breathing space, the government has confirmed. It follows pressure from rebels in the House of Lords, who had threatened to vote down the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill later on Tuesday.
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Sterling is still under the cosh on currency markets after Bank of England deputy governor Jon Cunliffe doubled down overnight on his more cautious approach on interest rates.
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