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New consumer credit protection comes into force

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New rules giving consumers greater freedom and protection when taking out credit have come into force

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Anyone hiding money offshore could face penalties of up to 200 per cent, under new penalties that come into force in April

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A new work experience scheme has been launched to match young unemployed people with some of the UK's leading employers

New offence keeps airguns under lock and key

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Owners of airguns could face fines of up to £1,000 if they fail to take reasonable precautions to stop unauthorised access

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