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ALEX BRUMMER: 'From the Government’s point of view the most worrying of the UK bank downgrades will be Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, in which they hold 82pc and 40pc stakes respectively. Building supplies firm Wolseley, which generates 40 per cent of revenues in the country, topped the FTSE 100 risers while there were also good gains for Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza hotel group Inter Continental.Customers on the high street looking for the safest place to deposit their money face hard decisions too, as trusted names such as the Co-operative, Nationwide and Santander are also downgraded. The US labour department also raised its estimates for the number of jobs created in the previous two months.

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A fixed amount is then regularly withdrawn and sent to the service provider.It must tell a customer’s bank and apply for payments when due. Under the Direct Debit Guarantee Scheme, a provider must inform customers of changes.These are set up on credit or debit cards and give permission for money to regularly be taken off cards by the service provider.There is a large garden to the front of the house which is enclosed from the road.Access to the front and all of the grounds is via an electric gate.Smaller building societies are likely to come out of this analysis badly because they are small enough for the Government to allow them to fail if they get into financial difficulties.

But the report also implies that now – unlike during the financial crisis when the Government came to the rescue of stricken banking giants like Lloyds and RBS – no bank is too big to fail.

Continuous payment authorities are set up on credit or debit cards and give permission for money to be taken from these cards.

An FSA spokeswoman says: ‘You can stop any payment – whether it be continuous payment, direct debit or standing order – simply by telling the bank.

Six weeks before the contract expired on May 30 she told Match she would not renew it – only to discover later that another £89 had been taken for six more months and that her details were still pinned up on the website.

Lucinda, 39, a secondary school teacher, says: ‘I emailed to cancel the contract because there was no phone number on the website.

It was only when a friend told me my details were still on view that I checked my account with the bank.