MPs' stark warning on day of Help to Buy launch

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The government's popular Help to Buy mortgage scheme could threaten financial stability if it is mismanaged, a group of MPs has warned.

The Treasury Select Committee (TSC) said "great care will need to be taken" in how the scheme is run. Banks have today begun to unveil mortgages which they will offer under the expanded Help to ...

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