Companies such as Goldman Sachs, Nomura, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and the Bank of England are expecting to be hardest hit by the increases
Unused spaces such as lofts, basements and garages can be picked up relatively cheaply at auction, but buyers need to be up for the challenge of taking on a legal process which can be fraught with pitfalls.
Much of the business done by Lloyd’s rests on face-to-face contact and relationships that are often forged in pubs or bars
The UK capital boasts 15 of the world’s most highly regarded universities, topping Paris, New York, Seoul and Melbourne
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Walk-outs planned across much of Zone One are called off