CMA calls for evidence of mis-selling leaseholds

CMA calls for evidence of mis-selling leaseholds

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a wide ranging appeal for evidence of the mis-selling of leasehold properties. The regulator is investigating leaseholds after MPs and consumer groups voiced concerns that some leasehold contracts were unfair allowing high fees and imposing difficult terms. Key areas The investigation will probe two key areas which …

900.000 British ex-pats could be frozen out of triple lock pension

900.000 British ex-pats could be frozen out of triple lock pension

For years more than half a million recipients of a UK state pension living abroad have been frozen out of receiving the triple lock benefits enjoyed by pensioners still resident in Britain. But after Britain leaves the EU at the end of March another 900,000 could find themselves out in the cold when the treaties …