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iNewsUniversity of Surrey spends £1600 of public money relocating chancellor's dog from AustraliaiNewsA university has come under fire for spending more than £1,600 of public money relocating its new chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK. An investigation found that the University of Surrey spent the small fortune transporting Professor Max Lu's ...University 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'Jersey Evening Postall 6 news articles »
City A.M.Withdrawal of Bank of England's Term Funding Scheme cheap money punchbowl to raise mortgage borrowing costsCity A.M.The Bank of England will this week close a bank funding programme which has kept lending rates artificially low, in a move some economists see as the equivalent of an interest rate hike which will push up mortgage costs. The Term Funding Scheme (TFS ...
Express.co.ukTime is tight if you want to beat the taxmanExpress.co.ukNathan Long, senior pension analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said March is the most popular month for people to claim valuable tax relief on pension lump sum contributions. You can claim relief at either 20, 40 or 45 per cent, depending on your tax ...
AOL UKUniversity 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'AOL UKA university spent more than £1,600 of public money on transporting its new vice chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK, an investigation has found. The University of Surrey paid the money as part of £15,000 relocation allowances to Professor Max Lu ...and more »
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University of Surrey spends £1600 of public money relocating chancellor's dog from Australia - iNews

iNewsUniversity of Surrey spends £1600 of public money relocating chancellor's dog from AustraliaiNewsA university has come under fire for spending more than £1,600 of public money relocating its new chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK. An investigation found that the University of Surrey spent the small fortune transporting Professor Max Lu's ...University 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'Jersey Evening Postall 6 news articles »
(25-02-2018)

Withdrawal of Bank of England's Term Funding Scheme cheap money punchbowl to raise mortgage borrowing costs - City A.M.

City A.M.Withdrawal of Bank of England's Term Funding Scheme cheap money punchbowl to raise mortgage borrowing costsCity A.M.The Bank of England will this week close a bank funding programme which has kept lending rates artificially low, in a move some economists see as the equivalent of an interest rate hike which will push up mortgage costs. The Term Funding Scheme (TFS ...
(25-02-2018)

Time is tight if you want to beat the taxman - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTime is tight if you want to beat the taxmanExpress.co.ukNathan Long, senior pension analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said March is the most popular month for people to claim valuable tax relief on pension lump sum contributions. You can claim relief at either 20, 40 or 45 per cent, depending on your tax ...
(25-02-2018)

University 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain' - AOL UK

AOL UKUniversity 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'AOL UKA university spent more than £1,600 of public money on transporting its new vice chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK, an investigation has found. The University of Surrey paid the money as part of £15,000 relocation allowances to Professor Max Lu ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

University 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain' - Jersey Evening Post

Jersey Evening PostUniversity 'spent £1600 on bringing new boss's dog to Britain'Jersey Evening PostA university spent more than £1,600 of public money on transporting its new vice chancellor's dog from Australia to the UK, an investigation has found. The University of Surrey paid the money as part of £15,000 relocation allowances to Professor Max Lu ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

PROPERTY: Beware the ticking mortgage timebomb - The Westmorland Gazette

The Westmorland GazettePROPERTY: Beware the ticking mortgage timebombThe Westmorland GazetteThe next two predicted peaks in 2027/2028 and 2032 include less affluent people who could be more at risk of cash shortfalls. Lenders have been writing to customers before their mortgage matures, but the FCA says customer engagement rates with firms ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

Weekly Commentary: Anbang And China's Mortgage Bubble - Seeking Alpha

Weekly Commentary: Anbang And China's Mortgage BubbleSeeking AlphaThe Shanghai Composite traded as high as 3,587 intraday on Monday, January 29th, a more than two-year high. This followed the S&P500's all-time closing high (2,873) on the previous Friday. On February 9th, the Shanghai Composite traded as low as 3,063 ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

EXCLUSIVE: The FAKE ski chalet websites scamming unwitting customers out of tens of thousands of pounds (and ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailEXCLUSIVE: The FAKE ski chalet websites scamming unwitting customers out of tens of thousands of pounds (and ...Daily MailOne skier told MailOnline that she smelled a rat when swissalpschalet.com demanded she paid by bank transfer and pulled out of the deal before she was duped. The reason scammers love bank transfers is partly because setting up credit card systems ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

Warning over 'crack cocaine' of gambling - Jersey Evening Post

Jersey Evening PostWarning over 'crack cocaine' of gamblingJersey Evening Post... bookmakers your credit card and they just put money on the machine. It is the crack cocaine of gambling.' David Evans, deputy chief executive officer of the Jersey Gambling Commission, said that the majority of people gamble responsibly and urged ...
(25-02-2018)

Edinburgh University paid for new principal to move his cat and dog from Hong Kong - HeraldScotland

HeraldScotlandEdinburgh University paid for new principal to move his cat and dog from Hong KongHeraldScotlandPrincipals keep getting away with astronomical pay hikes, perks and bumper pensions, while all too many lecturers and support staff at Edinburgh are on precarious contracts, pay is stagnating, and now their pension is under threat.” A University ...and more »
(25-02-2018)

7 not-so-deadly sins that could block your mortgage - The Times

The Times7 not-so-deadly sins that could block your mortgageThe TimesThe Indian restaurant has been popular with politicians and celebrities as well as local residents — everyone apart from mortgage lenders, as one couple discovered. It took Meri Mance and James Sinclair- Smith six months to find a lender willing to ...
(25-02-2018)

To my hated ex, I bequeath . . . my pension - The Times

The TimesTo my hated ex, I bequeath . . . my pensionThe TimesI even dealt with one case where it turned out the deceased had a secret family living abroad — where he worked — that his wife in the UK knew nothing about,” she said. Jackman told Money that trustees all viewed personal situations differently. “Say ...
(25-02-2018)

Debt could force sandwich chain Eat outlets to close, as losses balloon to £3.7m - This is Money

This is MoneyDebt could force sandwich chain Eat outlets to close, as losses balloon to £3.7mThis is MoneyTHIS IS MONEY'S FIVE OF THE BEST CREDIT CARDS. Barclaycard's Platinum Extended Balance Transfer card gives 37 months of 0% interest on balance transfers for a 1.85% handling fee if made within the first 60 days. Make sure to clear the balance before ...
(24-02-2018)

Dyson files a lawsuit over rival vacuum company's claims that their cleaners have better suction power - This is Money

This is MoneyDyson files a lawsuit over rival vacuum company's claims that their cleaners have better suction powerThis is MoneyMost companies dread being told their products suck. But for rival vacuum cleaner companies Dyson and SharkNinja it is the highest of compliments – and they are set to defend their suction power in a court battle. US firm SharkNinja has doubled its ...
(24-02-2018)
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