News According to research, there is a strong link between financial issues and low mental well-being in people over 50

High levels of personal debt in Britain could be creating a health time bomb, according to research showing a strong link between financial problems and low mental well-being in older people.

TÜV could be liable to eventual damages of over €6bn

French legal ruling paves the way for compensation for women with faulty 'PIP' breast implants

A legal ruling made in France today has opened the way to millions of euros in compensation for British and other women who were fitted with defective French-made breast implants.

Sir Jackie Stewart feels that the change of engines in Formula One is a step in the right direction

F1: Three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart believes change to 'greener' engines is a step in the right direction

The Scot feels the sport needs to 'demonstrate our technology is ecologically sound' with switch to 1.6-litre V6 turbo-charged engines

Defunct payday lender Toothfairy was under investigation by the OFT when it went bust last year

Payday lender Toothfairy, which went bust late last year, was under investigation for dodgy practices the Office of fair Trading has revealed.

Demonstrators protesting against the bedroom tax outside the High Court, last year

The bedroom tax on bereavement: Grieving families to face spare-room benefit cut within three months

Families will be hit by the bedroom tax if a room remains unoccupied for just three months after the death of a family member, bereavement charities have warned.

Be quick on your feet and check out your gym contract before you get signed up

Savvy Money: Sign up to a gym contract as supple as you aim to be

If your resolution to fight the flab weakens, the only pounds you lose may be in health club bills

Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP which opponents say has suffered a split

'Free from financial worries': BNP leader Nick Griffin declared bankrupt

News means he was having 'a good day'

Firefighters arrive to attend a meeting of the Fire Brigades Union in London.

Firefighters and police 999 call handlers to strike on New Year's Eve

Members of the Fire Brigade Union and Public and Commercial Services union are both staging walkouts

Transfer news: Arsenal face battle to sign Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep - reports

Roma also interested in young striking star

Getting Rich in the Recession: TV review - Channel 4 is going to have to go further up the food chain to nail the real villains

Back in the early days of reality television, Steve Elwis might have made a breakout star. He's got the loud shirts, the ready-made catchphrases and the mildly offensive views.

The Yellow Pages publisher's shares were suspended

Hibu shareholders condemn directors for pulling out of a grilling at meeting

Angry shareholders in the Yellow Pages publisher hibu have accused the directors of “deplorable” behaviour and cowardice for pulling out of a special general meeting, where they were set to face a grilling.

Five questions on: Britain's debt crisis

Debt crisis? Didn't David Cameron say we're on the road to recovery?

America’s rise and fall: Occupy Wall Street protesers march through New York City in 2011

Occupy Wall Street buys $15m of Americans' personal debt in Rolling Jubilee scheme

Individual debts collectively worth millions are abolished for just $400,000

Kimi Raikkonen

F1: Kimi Raikkonen opts for back surgery over Lotus farewell

Kimi Raikkonen will miss the last two races of the Formula One season in the US and Brazil after deciding to have back surgery next week. Steve Robertson, Raikkonen’s manager, said the 2007 world champion, who is moving to Ferrari next season, could no longer put off the operation.

President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will have brain surgery in Buenos Aires

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has surgery to remove blood from the surface of her brain

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has had surgery to remove blood from the surface of her brain, sidelining her three weeks ahead of a key mid-term election and at the apex of a rancorous court battle with the nation’s “holdout” creditors.

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