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Payday lender Wonga has emailed around 330,000 customers to let them know it has written off their debts.
The company is set to lose around £220 million in loan repayments and another £35 million in costs as a result of writing off the interest and charges of 45,000 further customers.
The move comes after the Financial Conduct Authority found Wonga had lent money to people that could not afford to repay. The lender has since tightened its affordability checks.
The 330,000 customers having their loans written off are those with arrears of more than 30 days who would not have been allowed to borrow under the new lending criteria.
Interest and charges will be scrapped for another 45,000 customers who would also have failed to meet the new lending criteria but have borrowing that it up to 29 days in arrears.
The number of shops left empty on the High Street has doubled over the last year, according to a new report.
Traditional chains are moving out but there are not enough new stores opening to fill the gap.
Clothes, video and mobile phone shops are making way for betting shops, coffee bars and discount stores, according to research by PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn reports:
The Bank of England left interest rates on hold at 0.5% today.
The Bank left the scale of its quantitative easing (QE) programme to boost the money supply unchanged at £375 billion.
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Traditional retailers such as shoe and clothes shops and moving out, whilst charity shops, betting shops and discount shops are moving in.Read the full story ›