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Housing market has ‘dodged a bullet’ after Labour’s election disaster

Industry experts have hailed the Conservative’s majority in the general election and say the housing market has “dodged a bullet” as the UK avoided voting Labour into power. The Conservatives achieved a comprehensive victory, winning 331 of the 650 seats being contested. Labour came second with 232 seats, followed by the Scottish National Party with […]

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PRA confirms 100% annuity compensation

People in receipt of annuities will receive 100 per cent compensation if their provider goes bust, the Prudential Regulation Authority has confirmed. Following a consultation the PRA says it plans to increase the long-term insurance – including annuities, pensions and life assurance – FSCS compensation limits to 100 per cent, up from 90 per cent. […]

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