Tenet is to offer a factoring service for protection business, which will be extended to cover investment and pensions when provider-led factoring is banned at the end of 2012.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has pledged to put Post Offices at the centre of local UK banking.
The financial adviser brother of Economic Secretary to the Treasury Ian Pearson has been ordered to repay £200,000 or see his prison sentence increased to seven years.
Mortgage lending went back into positive figures this month rising by more than £1bn, according to the Bank of England.
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