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Britain’s least affordable city – and the best place to buy – AOL Money UK

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Britain's least affordable city – and the best place to buy
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The figures, from Lloyds Bank, show that Oxford is the least affordable city in Britain. The average house price is almost 11 times average earnings in the city. This is not due to any particular wage issue – it's largely because Oxford house prices
Home affordability crisis in UK's cities at worst level in eight yearsThis is Money

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Why Edinburgh is well-placed to create more tech unicorns beyond Skyscanner … – Business Insider

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Why Edinburgh is well-placed to create more tech unicorns beyond Skyscanner
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London dominates the UK technology industry but the Scottish capital of Edinburgh is well positioned to capitalise on a global tech market, The Times reports, possibly creating more unicorns in the process. The number of startups in Scotland has

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Huge pension shortfall facing UK’s young adults – The Guardian

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Huge pension shortfall facing UK's young adults
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… calling for a flat rate of pensions tax relief set at 33% for all. Under the current system, lower paid employees only benefit from 20% tax relief compared to the 40% relief enjoyed by higher paid workers. More news. Topics. Pensions · Saving money
Want a decent retirement? Then you'll need £666000Mirror.co.uk

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A look at Europe’s population helps explain why Britain and Germany are … – Business Insider

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A look at Europe's population helps explain why Britain and Germany are
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has become a figurehead for the crisis in Europe and has championed rehoming quotas for countries, which are set to be unveiled next Wednesday (the UK is not taking part). Britain, meanwhile, has resisted taking in any …

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