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The GuardianPolice arrest sixth suspect over Parsons Green tube bombingThe GuardianNeighbours there said the property housed asylum seekers. They said there were about five men of “Middle Eastern appearance” living there. One neighbour said: “Five of them lived there. All men. They were friendly. Two of the guys moved in recently.”.Police forensic teams search second Surrey property after arrest of second man over Parsons Green Tube attackThe IndependentLondon Underground blast: UK police arrest two more in tube attack investigationABC OnlineUK rebukes Trump again for London subway tweetPBS NewsHourFinancial Times -BBC News -Evening Standardall 1,422 news articles »
New Straits Times OnlineMini-revival in UK property pricesNew Straits Times OnlineTHE average United Kingdom property prices is up 5.1 per cent annually with official figures suggesting the housing market has undergone a summer mini-revival this year. In July, the average house price was £226,000 (RM1.3 million), up £11,000 compared ...and more »
Express.co.ukProperty for sale: THIS could have drastically reduced house prices ...Express.co.ukPROPERTY for sale? This could have drastically reduced the house prices in the past few months, according to experts.House price growth remains steady for most of UK | Property ReporterProperty Reporterall 11 news articles »
Express.co.ukProperty for sale? THIS could have drastically reduced the price of your houseExpress.co.ukThis demand would usually prompt prices to climb. Those selling their house in August will have felt the effect of "summer cooling". An expert claims that the UK market has hit the bottom after the house market dropped to its lowest point in a year.and more »
CNBCUK real estate cartel smashed by CMAProperty CommunityThe UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has fined a group of five real estate agents just over £370,000 after plans to introduce an illegal cartel were discovered. The information was contained in explosive e-mails between the parties amid ...Estate agents under scrutiny after UK authorities unveil another cartelCNBCall 4 news articles »
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