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    Two gold wedding rings sitting on the definition of divorce in an open dictionary
    money saver

    Could cost-of-living crisis be behind lowest divorce rate in 50 years?

    With experts suggesting the nosedive in the number of people getting divorced in England and Wales could be down to the cost-of-living crisis, we suggest ways you can cut costs as a singleton.

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    AI image of  man on his phone surrounded by £1 coins and slots in gold. Gambling debt. Gambling legislation for online slot games
    debts

    New gambling regulation announced for online slot games

    New limits for online slot games will be introduced from September to provide greater protection for gamblers

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    Image of a toddler surrounded by toys at nursery. Half of parents have got into debt because of childcare costs
    cost of living

    Nearly half of parents have got into debt to pay for childcare

    A survey has revealed how unaffordable childcare has become, with 85% of parents saying they probably won't have any more children due to the cost

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    Image of a gas hob being turned on. Ofgem announces energy prices to fall from April. What do you if you have energy debt. Can't afford gas and electricity
    bills

    Energy to fall to its lowest price for two years from April

    Households will see their energy bills drop by £238 a year this spring

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    housing

    Rents fall for third month in a row

    Rental prices in the UK have dropped for the third month in a row but they're se to rise again over the coming months. Find out what help's available if you're struggling to cover your rent.

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    Image of a council tax bill with pound coins on top and a red monopoly house. Find out how much your council tax will increase in April
    bills

    Majority of councils to raise tax by the maximum allowed

    New figures show that nearly all councils plan to increase council tax by the maximum allowed. Find out what it means for your household bills here

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