The FSA published its annual consumer survey last week. It's often a dull read - mainly because little ever changes in the public's perception of providers, products and the FSA.
Nor is it a particularly insightful read. According to the report, most people think the FSA does a good job and believe banks treat their customers well and handle complaints fairly. The results screamed...
Smoking biggest culprit; obesity second
Average earner will gain £840 in 2018
Will also move heritage items
Responding to letter from Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan