09 Jun

Fresh land laws are key to ending inequality | Letters

Rev Paul Nicolson, DBC Reed and Marion Shoard are among several readers responding to George Monbiot’s piece tackling ‘the most neglected issue in British politics’Wealthy and powerful landowners ought to visit homeless hostels in the London borough of Haringey, where single mothers...

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08 Jun

Which budget turntable, amp and speakers should I buy?

I can spend up to £250 on a new or used system for playing old vinyl recordsEvery week a Guardian Money reader submits a question, and it’s up to you to help him or her out – a selection of the best...

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07 Jun

Vote-grabbing gimmicks put pensions at risk | Letters

David Blake, Edmund Cannon and Ian Tonks criticise James Brokenshire’s idea to let first-time buyers dip into pension funds for a deposit on a home, while Sue Ferns says we are still a long way off gender equality in pensionsWe view with...

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07 Jun

The skyscraper infinity pool – sorry, but where's the diving board?

It is meant to be a boundary-busting ‘punch for the sky’. But this design for a London rooftop pool is just another high-rise ego gimmick In 1924, Buster Keaton approached the Life magazine film critic Robert E Sherwood, to write a script...

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07 Jun

Let’s move to Bognor Regis, West Sussex: it’s used to being the butt of jokes

The seaside resort, whose name was immortalised by George V, is ripe for reinventionWhat’s going for it? Bognor is still waiting for its Brighton moment. Or its Margate moment. Even an Eastbourne moment would do. A House of Lords report demands that...

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07 Jun

Two-bedroom city centre flats for sale – in pictures

Live in the middle of the action with these urban apartments, from London to Glasgow Continue reading… Continue Reading

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06 Jun

High rents in English cities forcing young to stay in small towns

Young people can no longer afford to move to cities where wages are higher, says Resolution FoundationOne of the defining patterns of English life in which young people move from small towns with limited prospects to bigger cities to seek their fortune...

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05 Jun

Brexit party’s MP candidate under fire for freehold profiteering

Peterborough byelection hopeful had role in firm that exploited ‘feudal’ systemThe Brexit party’s candidate in the Peterborough byelection has been criticised for profiteering from buying and selling freeholds of hundreds of new homes.Mike Greene, expected to become the fledgling party’s first MP...

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03 Jun

Can Neil Woodford turn around his fund's redemptions mishap?

Punters expect instant liquidity, if a fund can’t fulfil that requirement it’s in extreme territoryIs this the end of Neil Woodford’s career as the UK’s most famous, and most celebrated, fund manager? It could be that serious. Woodford has recovered from setbacks...

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03 Jun

Brokenshire criticised for suggesting first-time buyers dip into pension

Officials say housing secretary’s idea ‘will be risky and does not help the people it intends to’The housing and communities secretary, James Brokenshire, has faced criticism from Whitehall officials after suggesting that people should be allowed to dip into their pension funds...

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