Chancellor Philip Hammond is to close the former government's help to buy scheme by the end of this year, saying it had "achieved its purpose".
In a letter to Bank of England governor Mark Carney, Hammond (pictured) said the scheme was "introduced with a specific purpose that has now been successfully achieved", insisting it was always due to...
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