What’s the deal for your personal finances if there’s a no-deal Brexit?

Amid warnings of dire consequences, here’s how to cope if it does become a reality Mon 20 Aug 2018 06.59 BST The pound’s fall since the EU vote has benefited tourists coming to the UK, but not Brits going abroad. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images The currency markets have been doing little to allow British holidaymakers to

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Interest rate rise UK: Bank of England raises rate to 0.75 per cent in August 2018 – what does it mean for your mortgage?

Around a third of London, borrowers could see the cost of their mortgages rise by hundreds of pounds following August’s interest rate rise. The Bank of England has voted unanimously to raise UK interest rates to their highest level in almost ten years. The decision to raise the base rate to 0.75 per cent from

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Brexit Bulletin

Brexit Bulletin 304 Days to Go Today in Brexit: While the Irish border and customs arrangements are the most pressing concerns, work on everything else needs to accelerate. And there’s a lot left. The U.K. Parliament is in recess, but London has its homework to do. Brussels expects British negotiators to return next week with a clear plan

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Substantial Rental Growth Found Outside of the Capital

UK renters are increasingly looking outside of London, as the capital’s rental market reaches an affordability ceiling. Your Move’s latest buy-to-let index shows rents across England & Wales averaged in February. In London, however, the exodus of renters looking outside of the capital for more affordable accommodation has resulted in slower rental growth, with rents

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