Leasehold mortgages; British meat, VW diesels
Why three of the big six banks have said they will not lend money for new homes with onerous ground rents.
Three of the big six banks have said they won't lend money for new homes with onerous ground rents. If the mortgage providers prove unwilling to lend on more of these types of properties, could it wipe thousands of pounds from their value?
And why more than 41,000 UK drivers have signed up to a group legal action for compensation from Volkswagen, Audi, Seat and Skoda.
Presenter: Peter White
Producer: Joel Moors.
Some mortgage providers have stopped lending for homes with escalating ground rents
Why Simon Ayres takes a photo of his car every time he gets home from the supermarket
The Co-op is going to source all its fresh and frozen meat from British farmers
Jon Douglas visits the company extending the life of things we've thrown out
What are the main political parties pledging to do for people with disabilities?
VW Diesel Compensation
Over 41,000 drivers have signed up to a claim for compensation over the emissions scandal
- Fri 2 Jun 2017 12:15
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