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U.K. Mortgage Lending Rises Most Since Before Lehman Collapsed - Bloomberg


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U.K. Mortgage Lending Rises Most Since Before Lehman Collapsed
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A weak spot in the report was in business lending, with the amount extended to non-financial companies dropping 878 million pounds. The amount for large companies declined 934 million pounds while the reading for small- and medium-sized companies ...
Britain's stocks are falling off a cliffBusiness Insider Australia

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Goldman Sachs compiled an epic list of the 48 most important things that ... - Business Insider


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Goldman Sachs compiled an epic list of the 48 most important things that ...
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Leicester City Laurence Griffiths/Getty ImagesIf you don't know who Jamie Vardy is then you haven't been paying attention. It's the end of another year, and a time to reflect. But luckily for readers of Business Insider, Goldman Sachs has done all the ...

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Pound slides on Bank of England report

Sterling falls against other currencies as the latest Bank of England inflation report suggests it is unlikely to raise interest rates soon.

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U.K. Liberal Democrats Court Unhappy Labour and Tory Supporters - Bloomberg


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U.K. Liberal Democrats Court Unhappy Labour and Tory Supporters
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Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron urged members of the U.K.'s main opposition Labour Party and Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives to join him as their leaders move from the ?liberal? center of British politics. Conservatives alarmed at cuts ...
Tim Farron makes 'unashamed land grab' for centre Labour voters who 'look at ...The Independent
Tim Farron offers Labour MPs a 'home' in the Liberal DemocratsBBC News
Vince Cable calls for Labour and Lib Dem centre-left MPs to uniteThe Guardian

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Living Wage 'to benefit 3.7m women'

Some 3.7 million women - nearly three in 10 employees - will receive a pay rise by 2020 owing to the new National Living Wage, research by a think tank suggests.

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