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Ukip economics spokesman Patrick O’Flynn resigns

Ukip economics spokesman Patrick O’Flynn has stepped down after admitting he should not have attacked Nigel Farage in the aftermath of the election. Farage quit as Ukip leader directly after the election, only to return three days later, bringing criticism from within his own party. At the time O’Flynn described Farage as “snarling, thin-skinned and aggressive”. […]

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LifeSearch renews contract with MoneySupermarket

LifeSearch has renewed its contract with MoneySupermarket.com to provide protection advice to customers of the comparison site. The specialist protection intermediary has had an agreement with MoneySupermarket.com since January 2013. It declined to say how long the new contract is for. LifeSearch chief executive Tom Baigrie says: “We are delighted that our partnership with MoneySupermarket is […]

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Profile: Openwork’s new chief on the dearth of advisers

When Openwork chief executive Mark Duckworth speaks about the drop in adviser numbers since the late 1980s the figures sound astonishing: 285,000 advisers serving a UK population of 50 million in 1989, compared with 23,000 advisers available for 64 million people today. Put another way, there are currently around 200,000 consumers for every adviser when, […]

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European materials and the asymmetric opportunity

Rob Burnett, manager of the Neptune European Opportunities Fund, discuss the political and economic factors driving European equities today. With potentially tighter monetary policy on the horizon and record valuations for defensive stocks, Rob believes that there is an asymmetric opportunity to the upside for value strategies. Click here to watch the video Rob discusses: […]

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