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The Treasury wants to change plans for Royal Bank of Scotland to sell Williams & Glyn

City A.M.

20 February 2017

Royal Bank of Scotland announced today that it will no longer be required to sell Will

Royal Bank of Scotland confirms plan to stop sale of Williams & Glyn

Telegraph.co.uk

20 February 2017

The Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed plans to halt the sale of its Williams & Glyn division,

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget boost on economy

Express.co.uk

20 February 2017

CHANCELLOR Philip Hammond is in line for a Budget boost as Britain’s fiscal watchdog unveils a brighter out

RBS abandons plans to sell Williams & Glyn, Hammerson profits up more than 9pc

Digital Look

20 February 2017

London open The FTSE 100 is expected to open 29 points higher on Monday, after closing up 0.

Exclusive: Nationwide to pay retention proc fees and offer loyalty deals through brokers

Mortgage Solutions

20 February 2017

The UK’s second biggest mortgage lender Nationwide confirmed it

Upwardly mobile: how the air space above your roof could become a new home

Telegraph.co.uk

20 February 2017

It’s a little known fact that home owners also own the space immediately above their propert

More RBS job cuts expected as banks set to reveal annual results

MSN Money - MSN UK

20 February 2017

Britain's biggest banks will reveal annual results next week amid fears of more job losses and

UK house price growth at slowest rate in four years

The Guardian

20 February 2017

Annual price rise falls to 2.3% in February as buyers become wary of paying over the odds, report by Rightmove s

Lowest house price inflation since 2013

Mortgage Introducer

20 February 2017

Tweet WhatsApp Email Annual house price growth reached a four year low of 2.3% in January 2017, Rightmove’s Hou