The GuardianThe great London property squeezeThe GuardianThe city is the destination of choice for foreign investors and the oligarchs, billionaires and super-rich who make up the so-called “alpha elites”, all of whom are attracted by the UK's favourable tax environment. Entire neighbourhoods – St John's ...and more »
Express.co.ukManchester Bombing: Anti-terror police carry out controlled explosion at Moss Side addressExpress.co.ukSeven people have been arrested in the UK in relation to the Manchester Arena attack following claims the jihadi worked as part of a network. Six men and a woman were arrexted after a series of raids across Manchester, Wigan and Nuneaton, while ...Controlled explosion at property in Moss Side during anti-terror raid connected to Manchester bombingMirror.co.ukNuneaton property raided after man arrested in Manchester terror attack probeBirmingham MailManchester attack: Armed police carry out controlled explosion at Moss Side home after suicide bomb attackEvening Standardall 37 news articles »
Express.co.ukBrexit house prices: Phil Spencer predicts THIS will happen to Britain's property marketExpress.co.ukBREXIT'S impact on the property market has been a hot topic for homeowners and prospective buyers since the UK voted to leave last year. But Location, Location Location's Phil Spencer has revealed what HE believes will happen to house prices once ...
The IndependentManchester armed police storm property in city centre linked to arena suicide bombingThe IndependentArmed police have carried out a raid on a property in central Manchester, as the investigation into the terror attack that left 22 dead continues to gather pace. Greater Manchester Police confirmed the operation near the city's Gay Village and ...Heavily armed police raid Manchester property as part of investigation into Manchester Arena explosionMirror.co.ukArmed police raid property in Manchester's Gay Village as investigation continues after terror attacktalkRADIO (press release)all 36 news articles »
International AdviserUK fraudsters fined £2m over property scamInternational AdviserA long-running investigation by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has finally ended after eight men were convicted and fined over £2m (€2.3m, $2.5m) for running a property scam which conned investors out of more than £4.3m.and more »