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LACK-OF-INSPIRATION-NATION
LACK-OF-INSPIRATION-NATION

Brits spend 1 hour 13 minutes 16 seconds per WEEK standing in front of the fridge wondering what to cook and it is hampering our health efforts ● In January, a third of us (33%) look in our fridges and think everything looks boring ● Half of us (48%) have tried and failed to stick to a new healthy eating regime ● Almost two thirds of under 55s (59%) admit they buy healthy food then feeling guilty about not eating it Brits are packing their fridges full of healthy foods at this time of year but then spending a whopping 1 […]
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Annual fall in UK property transactions was four times higher during financial crisis than pandemic

UK property transactions fell 11% last year despite the impact of the pandemic and eight-week market shutdown, provisional government data shows.
It underlines the extent to which activity rebounded in the second half of last year, following a year-on-year decline of 57% in April during the first national lockdown.
Over the last quarter of 2020, sales volumes rose by 19% compared to 2019. To put the 11% annual decline in context, the eight-week shutdown was the equivalent of 15% of the whole year. The decrease also compares to a 43% decline in 2008 as the global financial crisis took hold.
“This puts the impact of Covid-19 on the property market into context,” said Tom Bill, head of UK residential research at Knight Frank. “Interest rates are lower than in 2008 and there has been a stamp duty incentive but that is only part of the story. After a subdued few years due to Brexit uncertainty and tax changes, an undercurrent of demand is propelling the market forwards and 2021 may also surprise on the upside.”

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