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Abbey House, an 11-bedroom manor house in Malmsbury, Wiltshire, £3.25m through Strutt & Parker. Thanks to the fall in sterling, it is now 11 per cent cheaper for dollar buyers
How the UK’s decision to leave the EU could impact the property market and where the new opportunities are to be found
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Theresa May’s stance on Europeans is causing concern as workers act to protect their livelihoods

Surge in first-time property buyers

Parents set to lend £5bn this year for deposits, says Halifax

How Pokémon Go will make you spend more

Pubs lure millennial gamers with the latest smartphone craze

Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at Qualcomm Stadium on Thursday, May 12, 2016, in San Diego, California. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Invision for Parkwood Entertainment/AP Images)

High Street banks target high rollers

Competition with wealth managers to service the needs of weathy

UK inflation and average earnings growth

Inflation and what it means for your finances

The fall in sterling makes higher prices more likely

Pension failures: staff lose thousands

Government stalls on improved protections, says ex-minister

Save BHS campaigners light up London landmarks as retailer administration rumbles on,Campaigners trying to rescue iconic high street retailer BHS turned some of London's landmarks red, white and blue last night, with a city-wide campaign to find a saviour for the chain. Marble Arch, Wellington Arch, Blackfriars Bridge and BHS' Marylebone head office were among the buildings lit up by campaigners with the message #SaveBHS last night. The retailer entered administration last month, putting up to 11,000 jobs at risk, as financial woes pile up. Administrators Duff & Phelps are thought to have had at least 50 expressions of interest in the business, including from Mike Ashley's Sports Direct. Under former owner Sir Philip Green, BHS built up a £571m pension deficit, which is now the subject of an investigation by the Work and Pensions select committee. © Nigel Howard / Evening Standard / eyevine Contact eyevine for more information about using this image: T: +44 (0) 20 8709 8709 E: info@eyevine.com http://www.eyevine.com

PPF confident funding strategy is on track

Pension Protection Fund in a ‘strong position to face uncertainties’

Savers snap up £7.3bn of Premium Bonds

Sales rose by 15% before odds of winning a prize were reduced

Tax deadline extended on EBT schemes

Relief can be claimed until March

Bargain Booze and a Co-op in Archway, North London.

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