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Harman admits blunder on Goodwin’s knighthood

Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman has admitted she was wrong to tell MPs Sir Fred Goodwin’s knighthood was for charity work.

Standing in for Gordon Brown at Prime Minister’s questions today, Harman told MPs that she understood Goodwin’s knighthood was for his services to the Prince’s Trust.

After the session Harman’s office revealed that she had made a mistake and that Goodwin’s knighthood was in fact for services to banking.


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With the approach of the end of the tax year on April 5, clients considering any form of inheritance tax planning would be well advised to make certain that they use their exemptions.

Craig Inches – thoughts on how to preserve capital and generate income in an inflationary environment

In this short video, Craig Inches, head of short rates and cash at Royal London Asset Management, offers his thoughts on how to preserve capital and generate income in an inflationary environment. Watch the video in full The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well […]


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