Logbook loans are on the rise. But what are they, and why is Britain's biggest financial watchdog starting to take notice?
What customers perceive as being 'trusted' are often a bank's way of earning more money, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
Many thousands may be much closer to using food banks than first thought, an ITV News investigation finds.
One woman's own research found that eight payday lenders would give her loans amounting to seven times her disposable income.
Forty-four thousand primary school children accessed an adult website in one month alone.
The challenge for the Government's pension reforms is whether they rebuild trust in the industry.
The mother of a disabled child described how she struggles to make ends meet after having her housing benefit cut by 14%.
A new report on shop closures offers a snapshot of how Britain's high streets are changing.
A string of Britain's banks and building societies are facing another round of payouts to hundreds of thousands of customers.
It's Britain's second biggest supermarket chain but it's new figures reflect Britain's struggling household budgets.