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Barclays clears way for Woolwich mortgages

Barclays is withdrawing its mortgage range to sell Woolwich loans after branch tests showed its products were being outsold by those of its subsidiary.

Woolwich mortgages will now be sold through Barclays&#39 branch network, its telephone operation and online banking service from this week.

Barclays is planning to offer its personal loans through Woolwich branches and will launch a flexible Open Plan mortgage under its own brand later in the year.

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Healthcare predictions for 2015 from Jelf Employee Benefits

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