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Skipton Building Society cuts mortgage rate

Skipton Building Society has become the latest lender to announce it is cutting its base rate.


The society will cut its rate by 0.15 per cent.


The rate reduction will take immediate effect for new borrowers and from July 1 for existing customers.


The move follows the recent decision by the Bank of England&#39s Monetary Policy Committee descision to cut its rate by 0.25 per cent.


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