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With interest rates at their lowest level since 1951, and further rate cuts likely, we look at the impact this will have on savers and borrowers. And while those with variable rate mortgages will have seen their monthly outgoings fall significantly in recent months, many homeowners are still struggling to meet their repayments so we offer tips and advice on how to avoid falling into arrears...
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