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“I did quite well at the start but for some reason the more I drank the less I won.”

AWD Chase de Vere’s Patrick Connolly’s luck was out at this year’s Cheltenham festival.

“I do not want to be fiddled with.”

Forty Two Wealth Management chief executive Alan Dick on what he wanted from Osborne’s Budget.

“No, I am in danger of being led away from the path of righteousness.”

Treasury financial secretary Mark Hoban batting away intervention request in Parliamentary debate on FS Bill.

“I just want to be God basically.”

Facts & Figures Financial Planners managing director Simon Webster plans his assault on the next batch of adviser awards.


Budget 12: Osborne pledges to increase homebuilder fund

Chancellor George Osborne today confirmed the Government is to expand the Get Britiain Building fund which providing money for construction firms by £150m. Giving his Budget speech today, Osborne said the fund would be expanded to provide extra finance to companies constructing new build homes. Before the Budget, around £400m was earmarked for construction firms […]


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