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1st October 2021

Property prices expected to remain high

The Halifax has said the sharp rise in property prices, over the past year, are unlikely to fall away as values climbed to a record high […]
1st September 2021

Probate fees increase is penalising bereaved for poor service, say MPs

Ministers have been told that a planned increase in probate fees should not go ahead while grieving families face months of delays to gain control of […]
1st August 2021

Households face higher water bills to pay for super sewer

Londoners face higher water bills to help pay for pandemic-related delays to the £4.1bn “super sewer” being built under the Thames. The Financial Times reported that […]
1st July 2021

Police Officer sacked for Snapchat offence

A police officer was caught red-handed using his mobile phone behind the wheel after posting footage of himself online via Snapchat. Pc Matthew Breathwick filmed himself […]
1st June 2021

Average prices hit a ‘third of a million’

According to property experts the North-South divide has narrowed and the average house price in Britain has reached a third of a million pounds for the […]
1st May 2021

Psychic claims car crash affected his second sight.

A psychic to the stars faces a £100,000 legal bill after a judge rejected his “dishonest” compensation claim that he lost his abilities in a car […]
1st April 2021

Covid pushes councils towards bankruptcy

The Government’s spending watchdog has warned that twenty-five councils are at risk of going bust due to a £10bn hole in local authority finances resulting from […]
1st March 2021

Teacher wins age discrimination compensation after sacking

A 60-year-old prep school teacher has won a £140,000 age discrimination payout after parents demanded she retrain. Now 61, Sue Allington, who has A-levels but not […]
1st February 2021

First-time home owners taking longer loans

Experts have said that the proportion of first-time buyers taking on mortgages longer than 25 years has risen by more than 50 per cent in a […]