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The i newspaper reports on deepening “mortgage pain” as the Bank of England’s expected interest rate rise “sparks new recession fears”. The assumption is that interest rates will rise by 0.25% to 4.75% today but some are suggesting they could go up to 5%. Rising rates mean homeowners are facing big increases in mortgage payments – and the paper reports “panicked” borrowers are pleading for help from mortgage brokers.

i Front Page 19th of July 2024

Employees would be given the right to ignore emails, texts and phone calls from their bosses during evenings and weekends under new rules forming part of a broader package of workplace rights.

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i Front Page 18th of July 2024

Avanti West Coast is at risk of nationalisation under the Labour government due to poor service performance, with potential plans including bringing the rail service into public ownership to improve operations and service delivery.

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i Front Page 16th of July 2024

Keir Starmer and Donald Trump have initiated efforts to create a strong working relationship following a congratulatory call from Trump, despite initial advice against such communication from Starmer’s advisers.

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