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Boost for Chancellor as borrowing unexpectedly falls
Government borrowing, excluding state-owned banks, fell by £200 million to £8.7 billion in November.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 22/12/2017

London real estate is looking temptingly cheap
The amount of construction going on in the City makes the British capital look like a boomtown.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 22/12/2017

Economy to stay in slow lane as inflation lingers
The UK economy will remain stuck in low gear in 2018 as the spending power of households is hit by lingering inflation, City economists have warned.
London Evening Standard - Posted 22/12/2017

Sixty Icon Brexit helped push down living standards in 2018 – experts debate the data
What caused the slowdown in 2017 and what’s in store for 2018? Two former MPC members discuss the economic indicators.
The Guardian - Posted 22/12/2017

How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? December verdict
Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has on growth, prosperity and trade in the UK.
The Guardian - Posted 22/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK government borrowing falls in November
Public sector borrowing fell to £8.7bn in November, down £0.2bn from year earlier, partly thanks to higher income tax receipts, official figures show.
BBC - Posted 22/12/2017

Shell enters UK household energy market
Shell has agreed to buy the energy supplier First Utility, giving the oil giant its first foothold in the UK's household energy market.
BBC - Posted 22/12/2017

Hammond gets early Christmas gift as public sector borrowing falls
Net borrowing at £8.7bn in November but chancellor warned improvement in public finances likely to be cut short in new year.
The Guardian - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon Triple Point spends big on supported housing
Fast rising REIT extends its portfolio across the country.
24 Housing - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon Leasehold campaigner slams government action as ‘incredibly weak’
Fears raised that offer to abolish ground rents for new leases leaves existing leaseholders in a worse position by creating a two-tier market.
24 Housing - Posted 21/12/2017

Energy minnows fuel funding fears after failing to pay into scheme for vulnerable customers
Two energy supply minnows have failed to meet a key payment deadline for the Government’s warm home discount scheme, fuelling growing fears of a financial crunch for small suppliers due to rising costs in the crowded market.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon High-speed broadband to be legal right for UK homes and businesses
Government says internet providers will be legally obliged from 2020 to meet user requests for speeds of at least 10Mbps.
The Guardian - Posted 21/12/2017

Gloomy Brexit forecasts for UK are coming true, says IMF
Fund trims growth forecast as Christine Lagarde strongly defends pre-referendum prediction of slowdown from leave vote.
The Guardian - Posted 21/12/2017

Agency staff collectively underpaid by £400m a year, charity claims
Resolution Foundation highlights legal loopholes used by many employers that allow agency workers to sign away their right to equal pay.
The Guardian - Posted 21/12/2017

UK homes to get faster broadband by 2020
Homes and businesses will have a legal right to demand faster broadband speed by 2020, the government has said, after rejecting a voluntary offer from BT.
BBC - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon IMF downgrades UK growth forecast on Brexit uncertainty
The IMF has cut its UK economic growth forecast, blaming Brexit uncertainty.
BBC - Posted 21/12/2017

Sixty Icon UK consumer morale sinks to four-year low - GfK
British consumer sentiment fell to its lowest level in four years this month as inflation-squeezed households took a gloomier view of their personal finances, a long-running survey showed on Thursday.
Reuters - Posted 21/12/2017

UK's economic forecast downgraded amid warnings over spending cuts
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its outlook for UK economic growth and said the Government may be forced to make deeper spending cuts following the impact of Brexit.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 20/12/2017

Sixty Icon Regulator regrades both governance and viability at association
A 5,800-home housing association has had its governance upgraded, while its viability has been pushed down a rating.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/12/2017

Sixty Icon Generation gap is laid bare: Incomes for retired households rose 50% faster than costs over the past decade while working age families are WORSE off
Britain's generational divide was laid bare today with figures showing a huge gulf in fortunes between ages.
Mail Online - Posted 20/12/2017

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