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We're talking about going overdrawn and the fees your bank can charge you.
Newsbeat investigates the fees banks charge people when they go into their overdraft.
The government says England's housing market is 'broken' and they have a plan to fix it.
A 22-year-old, now part of a new play, talks about an abortion she kept secret for years.
A 22-year-old talks about the abortion she kept a secret for years.
The latest news from around the UK and around the world.
Car insurance premiums in the UK have hit a record high.
The government sets out more detail on life in the UK after Brexit.
The government has published its official policy document on how Britain will leave the EU
An inquest hears how a teenager tried to shield his grandfather in the Tunisia attack.
Thousands of people are at risk of developing coronary heart disease or sudden death.
There's a row brewing about plans to train millions of apprentices.
Protests after President Trump bans immigration from seven, mainly Muslim, countries.
President Trump has banned residents of seven countries from travelling to the US.
President Trump says he supports the idea of torturing enemies of the US.
President Trump says he supports using torturing against enemies of the US.
A study finds nearly one in ten British women find sex painful.
Women face widespread discrimination over what they wear to work.
The government has been dealt a blow in its plans to leave the European Union.
The top story is about the fine you will get if you are caught speeding.
A top minister is called before MPs to explain what went wrong with a nuclear missile test
Donald Trump is set to be sworn in as the forty-fifth president of the US.
At least three people are dead and 30 missing after an avalanche hit a hotel in Italy.
At least three are dead and about 30 are missing after an avalanche hit a hotel in Italy.