People who bought new-built homes from Taylor Wimpey between 2007 and 2011 now face doubling ground rents as part of a fine print in the leasehold contract drawn up by the housebuilder.
Along with £5 each month they deposit £1,000 for the first year, customers can also open an exclusive M&S monthly saver with a 'five per cent' rate of interest.
Trump's administration has promised to cut tax rates for businesses to 15 per cent from the current 35 per cent, but there was little detail on the how the tax cuts would be paid for.
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Pret will take a proactive approach and hunt for British workers instead of waiting for applicants to come to them, the chain’s chief executive Clive Schlee said.
The number of properties available to buy reached a record low for the month of March, according to data from the National Association of Estate Agents.
FTSE 100 drug maker Astrazeneca has reported a 13 per cent slide in sales as it continues to face the headwind of some of its most successful drugs coming out of patent protection.
It says a great deal about our low growth and low wage world that whether to give pensioners a 2.5 per cent annual pay bump is so hotly debated.
My wife and I bought £400 worth of travellers cheques from Thomas Cook in 2006. We cashed some in 2007, 2008 and 2010, leaving us with one £100 cheque each.
Lloyds Banking Group said its first quarter pre-tax profits were £1.3 billion, up from £654 million last year, as it continued to perform well despite Brexit uncertainty.
Savers who prefer to stick to High Street accounts are being left out in the cold. A flurry of accounts paying top rates of interest are mostly available only to those willing to run their accounts online.
In the first quarter of this year, 42,470 new-build homes were registered, marking a 17 per cent increase on a year ago, the National House Building Association said.
A government needs to be able to be nimble, to cut spending where necessary and to raise money should it require.
Theresa May repeatedly ducked questions about the fate of the flagship policy during Prime Minister’s questions - but sources say No10 was backing away from ditching the scheme.
Muslims, especially in Saudi Arabia, break their fast in the holy month with the purple drink and dates.
Croda International, based in East Riding, said its performance technologies division, which makes chemicals for paints, lubricants and plastic packaging, had done exceptionally well.
The lender - which has close ties to Germany’s Europhile government - said it could shift nearly half its 9,000 UK staff abroad because of Brexit.
The Leicester-based construction firm edged down 2.4 per cent, or 5.4p, to 220.5p, after private equity firm Bain Capital declared that it wanted out.
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