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This week’s roundup includes news that UK lenders are cutting back on offering unsecured loans, suggestions that stamp duty could be changed for energy efficient homes, a rise in rent for private tenants and inflation continuing to put pressure on low and middle-income families.

This week’s roundup includes the promise of a £10 billion funding injection to help more people onto the property ladder, predictions of a rise in UK interest rates, a fall in London property prices and an unexpected rise in consumer confidence.

This week’s roundup includes news of a lack of uptake for the government’s marriage tax breaks, a rise in the amount that young people are spending on housing compared with older generations, news of a debt bubble risk from the Bank of England and a widening gap in motor insurance quotes between men and women.

This week’s roundup includes calls for savers across the UK to consider smaller banks, news that delays to Universal Credit payments are leading to rent arrears for many, an expected rise to UK rental prices and wages rising faster than house prices in parts of the UK.

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