Welcome to MU News. Today’s financial headlines:
- Boris Johnson U-turns again by breaking Conservative manifesto pledge not to increase national insurance, income tax or VAT.
- Average UK house price hits eye-watering eight times average salary.
- Mortgage price war ramps up as Nationwide offers record breaking sub 1% five-year fixed rate deal.
- Lloyds Bank plans big move into the UK rental market by becoming the UK’s biggest landlord with 50,000 homes.
- Contactless card payment limit to increase to £100 from October. Expect it to be a ‘thief’s dream’.
- James Dyson is telling you to get back to work. Dyson says that working from home makes firms less competitive.
- The UK’s finance watchdog declares Binance is ‘not capable’ of being supervised.
- The Royal Mint has recorded a fivefold rise in young adults taking a stake in Gold. Is it time to protect yourself against inflation?
- Interactive Investor lines up banks for blockbuster London flotation.
- And finally, the UK faces a £371bn savings shortfall.
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