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What will Brexit mean for house prices?

Brexit could have a big impact on house prices and mortgages. Here, a range of experts predict what will happen to the market over coming months.

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What will Brexit mean for your travel, car and pet insurance?

Which? explains how a no-deal Brexit could impact your car insurance, travel insurance and pet insurance policies if you travel to Europe after 12 April 2019.

Top savings provider Brexit-proofs its accounts

RCI Bank's customers in the UK now have their savings protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)

First-time buyer mortgage market booming despite Brexit uncertainty

The number of first-time home buyers taking out mortgages increased in January despite Brexit uncertainty, taking advantage of cooling house prices across the UK.

The best flexible savings and current accounts to keep your options open before Brexit

Data suggests savers might be shunning fixed-term savings accounts ahead of Brexit - here's where to find top rates, while keeping access to your cash

First-time buyers and remortgagers: how to get the cheapest mortgage rates before Brexit

Which? explains how the mortgage market looks a month before the Brexit deadline, including advice on rates and trends, and tips on how to get the best deal.

Starling launches euro currency account: could it save your cash from Brexit?

Mobile-only Starling Bank has launched a new account that allows customers to store, send and spend euros with no fees. With the pound fluctuating ahead of a potential no-deal Brexit,...

Should you buy a house before Brexit?

Property market continues to slow as Brexit uncertainty continues

Autumn Budget 2018: new Brexit 50p coin to be released

A commemorative 50p coin will be released next year to mark Britain's exit from the European Union, as announced in today's Budget Red Book.

How a no-deal Brexit would affect your finances

New papers reveal how a no-deal Brexit might affect your everyday finances - from credit card surcharges to online shopping. Which? explains the impact.

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