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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.

Personal insolvencies lowest since crash

Fewer people are becoming insolvent now than at any time since the start of the world financial crisis.

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Government aims to avoid Southern Cross repeat with 'tough series of checks' on cares homes' finances

Hundreds of care home providers are struggling with the sector's £5bn debt mountain

Personal bankruptcies fall to lowest level in five years

Official figures show drop of 27 per cent compared to this time last year

Sebastian Coe has overseen a drastic 50 per cent cut in the number of staff employed by the British Olympic Association

Lord Coe cuts staff by half as post-London reality bites

Sebastian Coe has overseen a drastic 50 per cent cut in the number of staff employed by the British Olympic Association as the new chairman attempts to reduce the body's financial "fragility" in the wake of the London Games.

Satyajit Das: Cyprus - a faraway country, but more important than you realise

Midweek View: Politically expedient accusations of money laundering and tax evasion in Cyprus are hypocritical
Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a 'corrupt world', his daughter claimed

'Honesty does not cut it in this corrupt world': Boris Berezovsky daughter speaks out to defend him

The Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky died after spending his life standing up for justice in a “corrupt world”, his daughter claimed.

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Gillingham 1 Accrington Stanley 0 match report: Matt Fish breathes life into Gills to stretch lead

Gillingham's League Two promotion charge stays on course, but Accrington's survival is in doubt

Chris Hughton wants a reaction from his players after the 5-0 loss to Liverpool

Van is £8m man for Chris Hughton: Norwich track Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel

Sporting Lisbon have confirmed they are negotiating the sale of striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel to Norwich City.

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Five things for Greg Dyke to address at the FA chairman

Former BBC Director General to replace David Bernstein

A confidentiality agreement prevents PFA chief Gordon Taylor from discussing the damages payout

Footballers must plan to avoid bankruptcy in retirement

Report suggested three out of five former Premier League players go bankrup

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Margins rise more than 100% at Essar refinery

Margins at the UK's second-largest oil refinery shot up towards the end of last year, according to its owner Essar Energy. Essar's Stanlow plant in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, saw gross refining margin increase to $5.59 a barrel in its third quarter. It was only $2.45 a barrel a year ago.

Consumer rights: Think before firing off a social media complaint

Reputation managers are protecting firms who are unfairly reviewed, so if you feel badly treated give companies a chance to put things right

Rebecca Tyrrel: Any hopes Jim Davidson has of reviving his career look illogical (captain)

Who knew that when Trekkie Jim Davidson learnt of Patrick Stewart's support for the Labour Party, he wept? He sobbed his heart out because Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation is a leftie or "do-goody, leftie, white, socialist hybrid", as Davidson prefers to call all Labour voters.

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Liverpool increase Philippe Coutinho bid to £8m

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