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The report suggests that the Government is already struggling to collect student loan debts © PA
  • Student loans 'close to tipping point'

    The student loans system is at "tipping point" due to government miscalculations and problems with collecting repayments, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.

Just 3% of people buying homes in June were aged 18-30, a report said © PA
Rising numbers of graduate posts are expected with many unfilled due to a 'skills mismatch' © PA
In total, 18 million people will be able to benefit from the changes to pensions should they wish to do so, the Treasury said © Martin Rickett - PA
  • Osborne signals free pension advice

    Millions of people will get free, impartial advice on how to make the most of their retirement savings under George Osborne's radical shake-up of the pension system.

The Bank of England sets interest rates © PA
  • Wage growth set to keep rates low

    Slow wage growth will keep the Bank of England from raising interest rates this year despite a run of strong economic data, according to an influential report.

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