9am Lowdown: RBS, Brexit and debt

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Good morning everyone and welcome to today’s 9am Lowdown.

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In the news

The Treasury has announced a plan to help people in serious debt by giving them a six-week 'breathing space'. (BBC)

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Toshiba expects to see an annual loss of almost $1 billion after calculating tax related to chip unit sale. (Reuters)

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Royal Bank of Scotland faces further action by financial regulator over the way it treated its small business customers in the five years after the 2008 banking crisis. (The Guardian)

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Business groups have urged the Chancellor to help firms prepare for Brexit and freeze taxes in next month's Budget. (BBC)


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