Category: Blog – Opinion
This comes as Theresa May announced she would resign as Prime Minister on Friday 7 May.
Philip Hammond’s Budget on 22 November is an opportunity for the government to press the reset button on the relationship between the state and an increasingly significant private rental sector.
Rob Pailin is managing director at Assetz Capital As the alternative finance market has become saturated with different funding options, it can be difficult for…
Mark Dryden (pictured) is business development director at 360 Dotnet The “Right to Erasure”, rather than being the opportunity to expose the works of Andy…
Owen Woodley (pictured) is managing director at Post Office Money Sajid Javid MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, introduced the government’s housing…
There is a war being waged in the UK. Not over land, oil or even ideology. This war is the one being conducted from the head offices of some of the UK’s largest lenders.
I truly hope that reports that Prime Minister Theresa May is not ruling out a transition deal that would avoid a ‘cliff edge’ for British businesses are correct.
The pace of new investment has certainly slowed. And that’s a big worry.
What has the latest cut achieved anyway?
What we don’t need right now is the sort of negative speculation that I have seen in the press about the UK economy failing and ‘juddering to a halt’.