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The outgoing governor of the Bank of England has warned that the Government's Help To Buy scheme should not become permanent. Sir Mervyn King said there "was no place in the long run" for the Chancellor's new scheme, which will guarantee up to 15% of a mortgage on homes worth up to £600,000. However Danny Alexander str...
The Council of Mortgage Lenders estimates that total gross mortgage lending increased by 4% on March to £12.1 billion in April, but cautions that meaningful comparis...
Welsh Government press release Consultation on proposals for ground-breaking legislation to reform arrangements for renting homes Minister for Housing and Regen...
Vulnerable families have been targeted by Labour-run South Lanarkshire council and threatened out of their homes because they can't pay Westminster's bedroom tax. ...
Amber Rudd predicted the International Monetary Fund would give a positive assessment of the UK’s economy when it publishes its ‘health-check’. “We’ve had a good ...
Lord McFall said Sir Mervyn King was right to raise concerns about the Government’s Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme being extended further. “I think he is r...
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