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Great Repeal Bill Set To Scrap EU Law In Britain

Hot on the heels of triggering Brexit, the British government has released the Great Repeal Bill to scrap or adapt EU laws covering everything...

In 2015 Spanish commercial property investment reached a historic high

Investment in Spanish commercial property had been growing continuously since 2013 and in 2015 reached a historic peak. According to CBRE, total investment volume ran...

Brexit Leadership Deals No One Signed Up For

Britain’s political slate is about to be wiped clean as politicians on all sides of Parliament resign as part of the Brexit fall out. However,...

Brexit And Article 50 Explained For Expats

Britain is leaving the European Union and the treaty agreement that triggers the official departure is Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty – but...

Revealed – The Happiest Place To Live In The World

Everyone wants to be happy – so where is the best place for expats to go to enjoy their lifestyle? According to the latest World...

Osborne Carefully Shuffles His Financial Deck

The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2015 was more about cuts and shuffling his limited financial resources around to plug holes in health, police, defence and...

Multinationals To Face United EU Tax Front

Multinational companies will no longer be able to manipulate tax rules in different European states to minimise their taxes. Under a new European directive, all...

Election 2015 – Cameron Leads Tories To Blue Heaven

The campaigning’s over, the votes are in and counted and against all odds Prime Minister David Cameron has won a second term in Downing...

Pension Liberation Chaos As Regulators Fail To Act

Action against pension liberation scams is in a mess as regulators and the government have failed to tackle the problem head-on. The row about whether...

Price Controls Mean Living The Dream In Argentina

The government in Argentina is rather pleased that supermarket price controls are helping pull down inflation and has decided to keep them in place...

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Stock Markets Slump To Worst Quarter In 37 Years

Stock markets slumped to record losses in the first three mnths of the year due to fears over how coronavirus impacts the world economy...

Operation Airlift Underway For Brits Stranded Abroad

The British government is working with partner airlines to bring thousands of stranded travellers back to the UK. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has set aside...

Expat Landlords Get Buy To Let Mortgage Aid

The financial pain of coronavirus uncertainty for buy to let landlords has been eased by the housing minister. Secretary for Housing Robert Jenrick is extending...

Financial Package On The Way For Self-Employed

Financial support is coming for freelance and self-employed expats who pay their taxes in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised. In his last...

Support For Dropping Helicopter Cash Takes Off

The time for more governments to consider dropping helicopter money on households trapped in dire financial straits due to the coronavirus outbreak is with...
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