New ISA rules, how have they become more flexible?

Following changes over the past couple of years, which have seen the maximum you can pay into an ISA (Individual Savings Account) rise substantially and Cash ISAs given parity with Stocks & Shares ISAs, another change will soon make this method of saving even more flexible. The new Flexible ISA rules will allow savers to replace any money withdrawn from their Cash or Stocks & Shares ISAs earlier in the tax-year, without the replacement counting towards the annual ISA allowance. The previous rules effectively penalised savers who withdrew Cash from their ISA ...