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First-Time Buyers Consider Joint Mortgages

New research from M&S Bank has found that buying with multiple friends or siblings is becoming an increasingly popular option for young, aspiring homeowners. Around 60% of those aged 18-35 said they would consider taking out a mortgage as a group to make home ownership a reality, compared to 26% of people aged over 36. 

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Court of Justice Gives Ruling on Rights of Access

The Court of Justice of the European Union has given its judgment in a case involving ‘rights of access’ to children

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Sharp Rise in the Average Price of Flats

There has been a significant rise in the average price of flats in the UK over the last five years, with average prices rising from £157,061 in 2013 to £232,135 in 2018. This is equivalent to £1,252 per month, research by Halifax has revealed. 

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Law Commissions Begin Review of Surrogacy Law

A joint review of British surrogacy law is now underway to ensure the legislation remains fit for purpose. 

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Technology Use Can Cause Tension in Relationships

Many people today depend on devices to stay connected with their friends and family, and the same is true for those in relationships. However, new research has highlighted that this reliance on devices can cause trouble within a relationship

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21 June 2018
New research from M&S Bank has found that buying with multiple friends or siblings is becoming a...
18 June 2018
The Court of Justice of the European Union has given its judgment in a case involving ‘rights of acc...