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No need for snap decisions in the run-up to general election

As we now know, Britain is heading back to the polls on 8 June 2017 after MPs overwhelmingly voted to support the surprise general election announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May.

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Article 50 Holly MacKay: Global Income

Holly MacKay: Global Income

Over the next few weeks, Holly MacKay, founder and CEO of Boring Money, will share her views on some of the key topics revolving around Britain's decision to Brexit. This week she...

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