Govt rejects call to wind up Money Advice Service

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The government has given its backing to the Money Advice Service (MAS), in spite of growing discontent with the industry-funded operation within Westminster.

In a written question put forward by Lord Naseby, the Treasury was asked whether, in light of the £46.3m budget for the service for 2012/13, and on top of other industry concerns, it would consider...

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