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Daily MailBrexit: What does it mean for you?CNNIf the pound weakens by a large enough amount, the Bank of England, the UK's central bank could intervene. Its options are to shore up the currency by buying more pounds with foreign currency or raise interest rates, which will hit Britons with ...Brexit for Americans means cheaper travel to UK but bumpy stock market rideDaily MailEU referendum result: Brexit confirmed as David Cameron faces calls to resignThe IndependentWhat will leaving the EU mean: The referendum results are in but what's the impact of Brexit now?AOL Money UKThis is Moneyall 7,551 news articles »
Friday Papers: Early results favour BrexitCitywire.co.ukThe Guardian: The value of sterling has swung wildly on currency markets as initial confidence among investors expecting a vote to remain in the EU was dented by early referendum results. Financial Times: UK financial regulators have put London's banks ...and more »
The Times (subscription)Chappell 'saw BHS money as his own'The Times (subscription)Dominic Chappell, a former racing driver and keen yachtsman, “saw no distinction between the company's money and his own personal money” and “saw them as one and the same”, Darren Topp, BHS's chief executive, claimed. ... MPs heard earlier this month ...Why was Dominic Chappell so relaxed about the hole in BHS's pension fund?The GuardianDominic Chappell tried to pay for Bahamas vacation with BHS money, ex-CEO claimsInternational Business Times UKBHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executiveTelegraph.co.ukBBC News -This is Money -Yahoo Finance UKall 27 news articles »
The GuardianWhy was Dominic Chappell so relaxed about the hole in BHS's pension fund?The Guardian... Chappell's attempts to put family flights to the Bahamas on the company's travel budget and use a £90,000 loan from the company to meet a personal tax bill. In short, Chappell couldn't see the difference between his own money and BHS's, alleges Topp.Chappell 'saw BHS money as his own'The Times (subscription)Dominic Chappell tried to pay for Bahamas vacation with BHS money, ex-CEO claimsInternational Business Times UKBHS owner Dominic Chappell tried to expense family holiday to the Bahamas, claims chief executiveTelegraph.co.ukBBC News -This is Money -Yahoo Finance UKall 27 news articles »
This is MoneyBuy-to-let mortgage rates fall on Brexit fears and stamp duty hangoverThis is MoneyA stamp duty hike hangover and fears that Britain will vote to abandon the European Union today have pushed lenders to slash buy-to-let rates and bump up how much they'll lend to landlords who are delaying investment. Santander, Nationwide, Aldermore ...CML criticises government mortgage switching reviewFT Adviserall 110 news articles »
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This woman is living in London on just £35 per week — here's how... - Business Insider UK

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This woman is living in London on just £35 per week — here's how she's does it - Business Insider UK

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Britain's crucial EU referendum - Times of Malta

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Tesco's partial refund for iPad Air has me fuming - The Guardian

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Money & Me: British entrepreneur behind Biryani Pot finds health is the real wealth - The National

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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Brexit would hit us in the pocket - only a fool would vote to ravage money - This is Money

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With its price soaring 22% on economic fears, should you pour gold into your pension pot? - This is Money

This is MoneyWith its price soaring 22% on economic fears, should you pour gold into your pension pot?This is MoneyThe value of gold has soared in the past few weeks as investors scramble for somewhere safe to put their money due to fears about the world economy. Closer to home, there is ... Both can be held inside a self-invested personal pension. The Royal Mint ...
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Green poised to buy out 16000 out of the 20000 BHS pension plan members with a cash lump sum - This is Money

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Dominic Chappell could be brought back to Parliament for more questions over BHS - Mirror.co.uk

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From property to petrol, 8 key ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU - This is Money

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