Your weekly digest of the biggest money stories from the last seven days.
My guest this week is Emma Maslin from the Money Whisperer. Together we’ll help you get up to speed with what’s been going on. We’ll be looking at:
- John Lewis’ struggles
- Amazon’s till-free supermarket
- 40-year fixed mortgages
- Climate-friendly pensions
- Lifetime ISA changes
- Right to repair rules
- & more
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- John Lewis to close more stores in places ‘where people aren’t going’ after it lost £517m in 2020 (City AM)
- Mothers ‘paying the price’ for career breaks (BBC)
- M&S to sell clothes from rival brands to boost online sales (BBC)
- Inside Amazon’s first cashless no-tills grocery shop in London (Evening Standard)
- Major UK pension funds worth nearly £900bn commit to net zero (Guardian)
- Electrical appliances to cost £75/yr less to run and last longer under new rules (MSE)
- 25% lifetime Isa penalty to be restored in April: is it still worth getting one? (Which?)
- UK homebuyers offered first 40-year fixed-rate mortgage (Guardian)
- Metro Bank launches into near prime mortgages (Mortgage Introducer)
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