ISA savers losing over £100billion in cash accounts as MPs call for a break up of UK banks

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ISA savers appear to be going through an apathetic and unmotivated period at the moment, as research from Quilter shows over £100billion could be sitting in cash ISAs where the rate of interest is unknown. These findings come just as a cross party group of MPs called for a break up of Britain's main banks, on the grounds they're exploiting vulnerable customers. ▶ Full story on express.co.uk
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