The government is undermining its own Help to Buy scheme by imposing a large tax burden on first-time buyers, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has argued.
In its latest News & Views, the lenders' body argued that, as the housing market recovers, the government is increasingly benefiting from stamp duty revenue. It questioned why the government allows...
Expanding the 'regulatory perimeter'
EU review to be completed this year
Part of raft of proposals to increase visability of SRI to retail investors
Passive equity funds ‘consistently’ outperforming active counterparts
Could reduce annual losses by up to £451m
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Following Bailey's BoE role