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Net migration to UK still fading post-Brexit vote, businesses wary
Net migration of European Union citizens into Britain almost halved in the 12 months to September, according to data that alarmed business groups who say Brexit is leaving companies without enough candidates to fill jobs.
Reuters - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Is the UK too obsessed with home ownership – and could we become a nation of renters?
Investment in the UK's build-to-rent sector hit a record £2.4bn in 2017 with US and Canadian investors eager to secure a slice of the growing market.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 23/02/2018

Lower paid workers could lose out as a result of pensions auto-enrolment
Business Sir Brian Souter, the president of the accountancy body ICAS, has called for a review of the situation after commissioning research.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 23/02/2018

Moneysupermarket shares plunge as investors told not to expect growth
Shares in Britain’s biggest price comparison website Moneysupermarket tumbled on Thursday after it told investors not to expect earnings growth in the year ahead.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 23/02/2018

Profits crash as Centrica loses 1.4 million customers
Humbled Centrica chief executive Iain Conn on Thursday insisted that he would put the embattled British Gas owner back on track after a profits slump and the loss of 1.4 million customers.
London Evening Standard - Posted 23/02/2018

Interest rate rise ‘less likely’ after growth downgrade gives Philip Hammond headache
Britain’s “slow lane” economy grew even more weakly than first thought at the end of last year as rising prices squeezed family budgets.
London Evening Standard - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon British Gas owner to cut 4,000 jobs blaming price cap and competition
Centrica profit falls nearly 20% as it expands cost-cutting drive to save extra £500m a year.
The Guardian - Posted 23/02/2018

UK economic growth slows to weakest rate in five years
G7 rivals outpace UK as consumers rein in spending amid Brexit-fuelled price inflation.
The Guardian - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Ex-Carillion director viewed pension fund as 'waste of money'
Comment revealed in meeting minutes as MPs criticise Pensions Regulator and KPMG.
The Guardian - Posted 23/02/2018

'You don't raise rates when unemployment is rising' – experts debate Brexit watch data
Two former members of Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the outlook consumers are squeezed by inflation.
The Guardian - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon Freehold of 'worst leasehold abuse' block sold for £180,000 - Patrick Collinson
Anonymous buyer picks up right to collect soaring ground rents on Blythe Court flats from freeholder MPs called ‘crook'.
The Guardian - Posted 23/02/2018

'Maximum' council tax increase for Buckinghamshire
A local authority has increased council tax by 5.99% - the maximum which is allowed without holding a referendum.
BBC - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon UK economic growth revised downwards
The UK economy expanded by less than previously thought in the last three months of 2017, official figures say.
BBC - Posted 23/02/2018

GCP Infrastructure hit by concerns over housing association client
GCP Infrastructure Investments played down the possible effects on its business after worries were raised by regulator Homes England about a social housing company that rents some of its properties.
London South East - Posted 23/02/2018

Leeds Council Tax rise: How much extra you’ll have to pay in 2018-19
Families in Leeds face hikes of almost £90 to their council tax bills next year, after the city’s final budget for the coming year was approved.
Yorkshire Evening Post - Posted 23/02/2018

Wealden agrees below inflation Council Tax increase
Wealden District Council has approved a £5 a year increase for its share of the Council Tax bill. This is less than 10 pence extra a week for an average Band D property for all the District Council’s services.
Uckfield FM - Posted 23/02/2018

Council tax to rise 4.99 per cent in Trafford
Trafford Council has been praised for having the lowest council tax increase in the North West — at 4.99 per cent.
Messenger Newspaper - Posted 23/02/2018

PDF: UK Finance: Mortgage Trends in London Update - 2017 Quarter 4
London: Remortgagers at eight-year high but flat growth in first-time buyers.
UK Finance - Posted 23/02/2018

Sixty Icon London remortgagers at eight-year high but flat growth in first-time buyers
There were 10,700 new first-time buyer mortgages completed in London in the fourth quarter of 2017, equivalent to the same quarter in 2016.
UK Finance - Posted 23/02/2018

Auditors to be questioned over why they signed off Carillion’s accounts
The auditors of Carillion will be quizzed by MPs on Thursday over its role in the collapse of the construction giant.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 23/02/2018

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