Editorial

Property View Virtual Reality Tours
Property View is a new venture bringing fascinating technology to the property world. Whether you are selling, developing, renting or
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Will the property market slow even further ahead of Brexit?
With 29 days until Brexit deadline, October could be a crunch month for housing A deal with the EU could
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Why exploiting Greta Thunberg was disgraceful
 youtubeembedcode de w://add-link-exchange.com youtubeembedcode es add-Link-exchange                 This week, the UN climate
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Divided Britain – White Flight
WHITE people are leaving some towns at record rates as ethnic minorities move in, a study shows. Experts warn action
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London Is ‘No Longer an English City’
Mass immigration has turned London into a city that is ‘no longer English’, John Cleese claims. The comic was asked
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Are you entitled to a stamp duty rebate
Primas Law is urging landlords and property developers to seek legal advice about potential stamp duty rebates on ‘uninhabitable’ second
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Rental rate freeze could sink UK property market
Germany’s rent controls place strong restrictions on in-tenancy rent increases, while the ‘rent brake’ introduced a couple of year ago
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Holiday rental market looks set to boom this summer
The holiday rental market in this country looks set for another busy summer as the weak pound persuades millions to opt
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Government attacking Landlords
Earlier this month the Tenant Fee Ban was introduced, after much fanfare from the Government. However, it is not the
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Labour: Land for the many
LABOUR HOMEOWNER BOMBSHELL ANNOUNCED The Labour Party recently commissioned a proposal paper entitled: ‘Land For The Many: changing the way our
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Tony Blair: Setting the Record Straight
THE BACKGROUND The former Prime Minister accused his successor as party leader of suggesting that Conservative and Labour governments had
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Italy embraces Fascism
The conversation reports: It didn’t matter where they were: in front of a café, a tobacconist, or the train station.
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UK Cypriot jailed for defrauding £1.4m after mother was murdered
UK-based Cypriot Marios Demetriou, 50, was jailed for six years earlier this week for deceiving people into giving him £1.4m
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Stanley Brodie QC says the UK left the EU on the 29th March 2019
Stanley Brodie QC has written an article where he details that the UK, has legally left the EU as of
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The EU an empire in decay
  Most Europeans believe that the European Union will collapse within 20 years, raising the prospect of new conflicts and
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Dutch asylum minister resigns over ‘hidden’ assylum crime figures
Junior justice minister Mark Harbers has indicated he expects to resign, following the publication of police figures which ‘hid’ the
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Why we should leave the EU
On the 5th June, 1975, the British public voted in a referendum regarding membership to the EEC, The European Economic
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Brexit Party landslide in Euro Elections
‘This the beginning of a new political movement’: Nigel Farage promises the Brexit Party WILL contest a general election and
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Duxford Air Museum
A quick visit to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford.
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Office worker launches Britain’s first major legal challenge to use of surveillance technology
Office worker who was captured by police facial recognition camera while Christmas shopping launches Britain’s first major legal challenge to
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Brexit Party gearing up for landslide
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party has jumped to a double-digit lead over its closest rival, Labour, in the upcoming European election,
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