A Sign of the Times: Populism versus Property

As a group of seasoned squatters take up residence in the £15 million Belgravia property of a shadowy Russian Oligarch, it’s hard not to note the juxtaposition of their cause with that of the self proclaimed ‘voice of property in Central London’ which rang out loudly last week. The Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians do not claim to

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House purchase lending in August down 3% on July

    New CML data on the characteristics of lending in August show that lending declined slightly compared to July, the first month-on-month drop in house purchase lending volume since February this year. House purchase lending to home-buyers decreased month-on-month in August totalling 65,400 loans. This was down 3% compared to July with the value of these loans totalling £11.4bn, a fall of 3%.

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