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Spain makes new push for Gibraltar after Britain exits EU

Spain has made more demands over the British territory of Gibraltar just hours after Britain voted to leave the EU. The people living on the...

What does a Brexit mean for my holiday?

This morning, the UK voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum. Visiting the EU this summer? Planning a trip for next year? What does today's result mean for you?

Brexit does not change fundamentals of UK property market

Today, the United Kingdom elected to exit the European Union. Despite uncertainty this morning, though, the property industry has reminded the world that a Brexit does not change the fundamentals of the UK's attractive housing market.

Brexit: The final property industry reactions

As the UK heads to the polls today to vote on whether the country should remain in the European Union, we round up the final reactions to the EU referendum from the property industry.

Most UK property buyers want to remain in EU

The majority of UK property buyers say they want to remain in the EU, according to one new survey.

Brexit to encourage foreign investment in UK property?

The looming possibility of a Brexit in tomorrow's referendum has seen Eurozone buyers pile into London's property market to take advantage of the weak pound.
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What do young people think of Brexit?

The decision over whether the UK remains inside the European Union could depend on whether young people vote in sufficient numbers on 23rd June.

UK property professionals vote to remain in EU

One week today, the UK goes to the polls to vote on whether the country should remain in the European Union or leave. We asked property professionals around the world for their vote...

Supply of UK property reaches “crisis point”

Home sales have sprung forward at the start of 2016, driven by the stamp duty deadline, but for how much longer will momentum continue?

UK house prices fall, but not because of Brexit

UK house prices fell in May 2016, as the UK prepares to vote on its future within the EU. The fear of a Brexit, though, is not necessarily the cause.
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2020/01/21 04:52:40am