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”. […]
Help to Buy 2 is operating at just over a tenth of its capacity, according to new research by mortgage insurer Genworth. Chancellor George Osborne pledged the scheme could enable up to £130bn of lending over three years, equal to £43.3bn a year. However, Genworth’s analysis shows the scheme supported £5.7bn in 2014, just 13 […]
By Mark Sands and Valentina Romeo After five weeks of fierce election campaigning, the results are in. Both the FTSE 100 and the pound jumped on the news of an unexpected majority secured by the Conservatives, a result far removed from the hung parliament scenario consistently touted by the pollsters. But the election throws up […]
PI insurers are considering exclusions for insistent DB to DC transfers, Money Marketing understands.
Steve Webb’s latest policy paper British savers risk being left in the ‘slow lane’ unless the UK Government takes a more active role in ensuring the successful delivery of a Pensions Dashboard. The report, ‘Pensions Dashboards around the World’, coincided with a major conference that was held on Monday 16 May and brought together experts […]
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