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Three days, three manifestos, and the battle lines are drawn for the triple lock on state pensions.

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Earlier this month business secretary Greg Clark hit the headlines when he said he’d never switched energy suppliers because he thought it was a ‘hassle’.

In spite of Conservative plans to introduce an energy price cap if they are re-elected, that’s hardly the message you’d expect to be hearing from the minister with responsibility for energy.

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At Moneywise we believe that money lessons in primary schools should not be optional. So it’s fantastic news that some of the biggest investment and financial advice firms backed an industry initiative to get financial education on the primary school curriculum.

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Here’s a statement that’ll either make you laugh or cry, or possibly both – millennials face an average wait of 59 years before they have enough in savings to get on the London property ladder.

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Rising rents and unaffordable house prices are two things I often bemoan in my City Survivors column on behalf of us millennials.

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According to the Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PFMA) there were 57 million pets in the UK in 2016, with dogs and cats making up 41% of that figure.

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The sixth of this month sees the launch of the Lifetime Isa – dubbed the ‘Lisa’ (not to be confused with any friends or relatives also named Lisa).

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The two pound coin has to be Britain’s most-saved coinage. Where the pound coin is the most common ingredient in our pocket change, the two pound is a larger and more infrequent guest. Its higher value and bulky size encourage us to do something with it rather than lug it round in our pockets and purses.

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Going to the theatre or a music gig is an expensive business. There’s the cost of the ticket, the travel to the venue and the price of drinks once you’re inside.

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Today sees the last spring Budget, with future Budgets to be delivered in the autumn rather than in March or April of each year.

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