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MetroWho is Stephen Crabb? Bearded Welshman with controversial views on homosexualityMetroAmy Willis for Metro.co.ukWednesday 29 Jun 2016 11:33 am. 213. Who is Stephen ... The MP emerged from relative obscurity earlier this year, to take over from Iain Duncan Smith when he resigned as work and pensions secretary in protest to the £4bn cut ...and more »
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5 Ways the Brexit Could Affect You - Money Magazine

Money Magazine5 Ways the Brexit Could Affect YouMoney Magazine... travel slightly more affordable because your dollars will buy that more European meals and hotel nights than before. For more on the travel implications of Brexit, read MONEY's 5 Things You Need to Know About Traveling to the U.K. Post-Brexit and ...How Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyall 12,901 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

World No 775 Marcus Willis seals place in Wimbledon main draw... five months after almost giving up on tennis career - Daily Mail

Daily MailWorld No 775 Marcus Willis seals place in Wimbledon main draw... five months after almost giving up on tennis careerDaily MailIt was just five months ago that Marcus Willis considered bringing his journeyman career to an end after a Futures tournament in Tunisia. Frustrated and disillusioned, 25-year-old Willis stopped travelling and turned to coaching and club league matches ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

What Brexit means for your investment portfolio - Quartz

QuartzWhat Brexit means for your investment portfolioQuartzToday is not the day to look at your personal pension balance. ... It could take years, or it could take days; the UK's blue-chip FTSE-100 index is already expected to end the week higher than it started, after recovering most of today's staggering 8.7 ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

How Brexit impacts the U.S. economy - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyHow Brexit impacts the U.S. economyCNNMoneyOther countries like France would have to ditch the euro and reintroduce their old currency. That's a much more difficult transition than what the UK must navigate now. Plus the high expectation of a looming recession in the UK may give other countries ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

How will mortgages and interest rates be affected by the Brexit vote? - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineHow will mortgages and interest rates be affected by the Brexit vote?WalesOnlineMortgages are linked to interest rates and markets - as we've seen this morning - aren't keen on Brexit. There could be pressure which results in cheaper mortgages but it could also mean that UK banks will be trying to keep money in their reserves and ...How Brexit could impact the US housing marketDetroit Free PressBrexit to put pressure on mortgage ratesStuff.co.nzMillennials, here's what Brexit means for youBankrate.comNerdWallet (blog) -The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlinesall 170 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

Fixed-rate mortgages 'likely to get even cheaper' after Brexit - The Guardian

The GuardianFixed-rate mortgages 'likely to get even cheaper' after BrexitThe GuardianIn the run-up to the EU vote, five- and 10-year fixed-rate mortgages have been at some of their lowest ever levels. HSBC is offering a five-year fix at 1.99% – matching a rate it offered last year – while Leeds building society currently has the ...'Fixed rate mortgage deals set to get cheaper post-Brexit'Money Marketingall 3 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

How will Britain leaving the EU affect my finances? Everything you need to know - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukHow will Britain leaving the EU affect my finances? Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukBritain has voted to leave the European Union, ending 43 years of economic, political and financial cooperation. The stock market immediately tumbled, wiping more than £124 BILLION off the value of UK companies. The Prime Minister David Cameron has ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

What will Brexit mean for the over-50s? - Saga Magazine News

What will Brexit mean for the over-50s?Saga Magazine NewsSo the UK has voted to leave the European Union in this week's referendum. But what are the likely implications for people's finances? As has been the case ... For people who have not yet taken their pensions, they should think about moving their ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Insight: How Brexit Affects You​ - Money Expert (blog)

Money Expert (blog)Insight: How Brexit Affects You​Money Expert (blog)The UK's decision to leave the EU sent shockwaves across Europe last night. Aside from Greenland, no country has ever left the EU before. After months of bitter campaigning, Leave won in a surprisingly comfortable fashion. The results have shown – once ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Can Tesco recover and what might happen to its share price? - BT.com

BT.comCan Tesco recover and what might happen to its share price?BT.comRichard Hunter, head of research at Wilson King Investment Management, describes Tesco as a work in progress. “It is looking to get back to its core UK business and has posted two quarters of sales growth – the first time it's done that in five years ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

What Brexit means for your pensions, mortgages and money - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWhat Brexit means for your pensions, mortgages and moneyExpress.co.ukRAC Fuel Watch spokesman Pete Williams said: “It is too early to tell what the implications are in the mid to long term but it is likely motorists will see some volatility in the price of fuel on UK forecourts in the coming weeks. "While the cost of ...
(24-06-2016)

EU referendum live: Boris Johnson says no rush for Brexit as Cameron quits - The Guardian

The Week UKEU referendum live: Boris Johnson says no rush for Brexit as Cameron quitsThe GuardianLike Obama, Hillary Clinton has responded to the Brexit vote by reaffirming the special relationship with the UK. She has also used it as an opportunity to take a swipe at her rival for the US presidency, Donald Trump, calling for “calm, steady ...A vote for Brexit: the financial falloutSpectator.co.uk (blog)How Brexit could affect your investments and pensionThe Week UKall 8,615 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit could push mortgage rates even lower - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit could push mortgage rates even lowerThis is MoneyHer comments echoed those from Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, earlier this morning who sought to reassure people that Britain had a 'contingency' plan in place to protect the economy from the negative impact of today's decision to leave ...How will mortgages and interest rates be affected by the Brexit vote?WalesOnlineBrexit to put pressure on mortgage ratesStuff.co.nzMillennials, here's what Brexit means for youBankrate.comall 170 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

EU referendum live: Johnson says no rush for Brexit as Cameron quits - The Guardian

The GuardianEU referendum live: Johnson says no rush for Brexit as Cameron quitsThe GuardianTurkish EU minister Ömer Celik brushed aside fears that the UK exit would spell yet more trouble for the country's stalled EU accession talks, as Britain had previously been one of the strongest supporters of a Turkey membership. He said in a TV ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

What does Brexit mean for you? Holidays, homes and jobs - The Guardian

The GuardianWhat does Brexit mean for you? Holidays, homes and jobsThe GuardianBritish tourists play pool at an English bar in Benalmádena. Spain is ... More immediately, holidaymakers trying to change their money into euros are finding it tough; Thomas Cook has temporarily suspended some dealing over its online travel money website.EU referendum: What could the result mean for you?ITV Newsall 39 news articles »
(24-06-2016)
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