Labour makes first-time buyer stamp duty pledge

Jenna Towler
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Labour would make first-time buyers exempt from stamp duty for purchases under £300,000, Ed Miliband is due to announce.

  The Labour leader said: “We will be setting out proposals to make life easier for first-time buyers.”  The BBC reports he will attack the coalition for the “lowest level of housebuilding fo...

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