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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.

What will Brexit mean for interest rates?

As Brexit looms ahead, the Bank of England base rate has been held at 0.75%. So how could Brexit affect your mortgage and savings interest rates?

Eurostar warns Paris passengers not to travel until April

Eurostar has told passengers using its trains to Paris not to travel until at least April due to ongoing industrial action by French customs at Gare du Nord station in Paris. There have...

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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.

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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.

Will Brexit affect my energy bills?

More than half of consumers think that Brexit has or will impact on gas and electricity prices. How much will Brexit affect your energy bills? We look at cross-border trading, where UK gas and electricity comes from and the latest on no-deal.

Why a no-deal Brexit means some holidaymakers should renew their passport today

If there’s a no-deal Brexit, today is your last chance to renew your passport if you want to be able to travel on 30 March.

What would a no-deal Brexit mean for your supermarket shop?

How will a no deal Brexit impact food prices, and will there be food shortages? What foods will be most impacted? We've spoken to the British Retail Consortium to find out.

Travel after Brexit: from passports to driving licences

Everything you need to know about new rules, and how to avoid disruption to your holiday

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UK holidaymakers could face queues several hours long at Spanish airports in event of no-deal Brexit

Millions of British travellers have been warned that they could face up to three hour delays at immigration because of extra border checks required by Brussels if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal. We’ve looked at the busiest airports for British passengers, to see which are likely to be worst affected.

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