Month: June 2018

MORTGAGE lenders and borrowers are being forced to take greater risks as property transactions slump because buyers cannot afford sky-high prices. Banks and building societies are lending at higher loan-to-values or maximum income multiples, and loosening criteria to revive the stagnant market. Daily Express :: Finance Feed
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The new better deal for holidaymakers gives: more protection for packages and DIY trips booked through linked websites, cancellation rights, more predictable prices, easier identification of whose responsible if booking mistakes are made or things go wrong, more help on hand for health issues, extra accommodation during natural disasters, guarantees of money and repatriation extended
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A Passenger’s bid for compensation over a flight delay looked all set to take off after she discovered someone else who had travelled on the same plane was quids in following a successful claim. Amy Kavanagh and her boyfriend had seats booked on an easyJet flight from Tenerife to southend Airport a couple of months
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THE pound strengthened yesterday and an interest rate rise loomed larger after the economy grew faster than expected in the first three months of the year. Output across the construction sector, which represents 6 per cent of GDP, was revised up in the latest Office for National Statistics data, helping the economy expand by 0.2
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A couple’s efforts to find a £300 cheque which they had paid in drew a blank after it was debited from one of their bank accounts – but not credited to the other. Fearing their money might have disappeared for good into the digital darkness, Kenneth and Janet Clarkson decided they were a “bit tired
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