Brexit

Keep calm and spread your risk: managing your investments in the era of Brexit

The Brexit clock is firmly ticking. After almost two years since Article 50 was invoked, the 29 March deadline is just about all that can we can be certain of when it comes to Brexit.

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Will the EHIC be valid after Brexit? Government publishes advice for holidaymakers

Travellers may lose free access to EU healthcare if the government and EU fail to reach an agreement on continuity of access to care for British holidaymakers and expats.

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Five million EU-bound flight tickets could be cancelled by no-deal Brexit: find out your rights before it's too late

A no-deal Brexit could spell disaster for holidaymakers with to up to five million airline tickets being cancelled, a consumer watchdog has warned.

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House price growth drops to lowest level in six years as Christmas slowdown begins early

UK house price growth fell to its lowest level in six years last month, in a further sign that the market is weakening due to political uncertainty around Brexit, new figures show.

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UK house prices fall by more than £5,000 with sharpest falls in the South, as sellers lower expectations

UK house prices fell by over £5,000 in November, with sharp falls in the South as sellers lowered their asking price aspirations, according to property website Rightmove

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House price growth hits five-year low as the squeeze on household budgets and Brexit uncertainty continue to bite

UK house price growth fell to its lowest level in more than five years last month as the squeeze on household budgets and uncertain economic outlook surrounding Brexit continue to weigh on demand.

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Special 50p coin to mark Brexit 'will be released the day Britain leaves the EU'

A special 50p coin to commemorate Britain leaving the EU will be issued next year

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No-deal Brexit - what will be the impact on our personal finances?

The government is set to sit down at the negotiating table with Brussels once again to thrash out a deal for when we exit the EU.

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Annuity rates up nearly a fifth in two years, after post-Brexit referendum crash

The income 65-year olds can get from a £100,000 pension is up by 19% since rates bottomed out on 15th September 2016, just months after the UK voted to leave the EU.

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Mark Carney warns no-deal Brexit could cause massive house price falls

Homeowners could be at significant risk of crashing house prices in the event of no deal being struck between Britain and the EU, the governor of the Bank of England has reportedly told the cabinet.

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