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What is KonMari? It’s the process of going through everything you own and asking: ‘Does this spark joy?’ If the answer is no, then the item is binned.
Having access to a private garden was more important for women than men, who instead were fine with being close to a park, according to the survey by Santander Mortgages.
Planning consent has been granted for 2,100 new homes to be built at Upper Heyford by 2031. It is one of the US Air Force base that have been mothballed since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Skoda and Mercedes-Benz are two brands you probably wouldn't put on a level playing field, but the Czech carmaker's new Superb Estate might be the car to blur the lines of luxury. Which is best?
Figures from the Mortgage Advice Bureau show that one in five borrowers now want to spend at least 30 years paying for their homes, more than double the proportion this time last year.
We reveal the top ten questions that savers have been posing to the government's official pension service Pension Wise. Do you know the answers?
TSB has boosted its Classic Plus current account with a new £125 ‘golden hello’. The move follows a wave of current account sweetener boosts by First Direct, Halifax and Nationwide.
My father bequeathed £5k to each of our three daughters for when they turn 21: how should we invest it?
My father passed away last year and has left £5,000 for each of our three daughters to receive when they are aged 21 - currently they are 16, 14 and 10. How should we invest for them?
The FTSE 100 index rose 41.34 points to 6416.16 yesterday, taking its gains for the week to 4.67 per cent or £73.4billion in its strongest performance since December 2011.
Bitter coup in world of fund managers could bode ill for British savers and investors, says RUTH SUNDERLAND
Daniel Godfrey, the IA's former chief executive, was defenestrated after a rebellion orchestrated by two of Britain's biggest asset management groups, M&G and Schroders.
How Osborne is preparing UK economy for the worst while enjoying vindication in the face of the deficit deniers, by ALEX BRUMMER
As the economy has emerged from the doldrums of 2010-11, so has the Chancellor's confidence and boldness increased. It has been very much in evidence in Lima.
The Teesside site was put into liquidation last week after Thai owners SSI UK called in the Government's Insolvency Service.
The Insolvency Service has launched criminal proceedings against Dave Forsey, the chief executive of Sports Direct, for failing to give proper notification that staff would be made redundant.
Speaking at the annual International Monetary Fund Conference in Peru, the Chancellor revealed the sale is set to eclipse the privatisation of Royal Mail two years ago.
Staff had been braced for the worst after Winters told them in July he was preparing a major shake-up of the bank, after an internal review.
The bosses of AB InBev are frustrated that SABMiller is refusing to engage and are trying to recruit shareholder support to push the brewer's board into asking for more time.
The company issues its latest quarterly figures in early November. But analysts are already forecasting a drop in sales at its troubled non-food general merchandise division.
Shares rose 27 per cent during 2012, 57 per cent in 2013 and another 5 per cent last year. But the company is approaching a juncture.
If a hot rod with metal panels, an exposed engine and glass windows in the floor isn't enough to draw you in, a talking robot astronaut should do the trick. Both Toyota creations will be shown in October.
Miners led the London market higher today, at the end of a week which saw it deliver its strongest weekly gains for almost four years.
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