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Huawei Mate X smartphone folds face out

Media playback is unsupported in your machine Media captionWATCH: First have a look at Huawei’s folding telephone Huawei has revealed its first smartphone to characteristic a foldable display screen, lower than per week after its rival Samsung did the identical. The rival handset-tablet hybrids have contrasting designs. Huawei’s Mate X …

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Housing prices: 5 surprises defined

Picture copyright Getty Photographs The UK’s housing market is altering. Persons are renting for longer and shopping for their first dwelling later. Some buy-to-let buyers are pulling out, blaming a larger burden of tax, whereas some potential dwelling movers are staying put amid an unsure financial and political local weather. …

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Wonderful warning as HMRC delays tax return penalty letters

Picture copyright Getty Photos Picture caption Some 746,000 taxpayers are believed to have missed the deadline Taxpayers who missed January’s self-assessment deadline would possibly see elevated fines due to a delay in sending out penalty notices, specialists have warned. HM Income and Customs (HMRC) usually sends warnings in February, however …

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Most mortgages go to first-time patrons, Halifax analysis reveals

Picture copyright Getty Pictures First-time patrons now make up the vast majority of residence purchases purchased with a mortgage within the UK, figures present. The Halifax financial institution stated the final time such a scenario existed was 1995. Its analysis discovered Pendle in Lancashire and Copeland in Cumbria have been …

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Royal Mail ‘sorry’ for elevating stamp value above cap

Picture copyright Getty Photos Royal Mail has apologised after asserting a value rise which breaches a cap designed to make the postal service “reasonably priced” for all customers. From 25 March, the value of a second-class stamp will rise by 3p to 61p – breaching Ofcom’s present value cap of …

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Metropolis centres ‘may turn into ghost cities’

Picture copyright Getty Pictures Metropolis centres are at risk of turning into ghost cities as procuring habits change, a committee of MPs has warned. To fight this, the federal government ought to “degree the enjoying subject” for Excessive Avenue retailers by elevating taxes on on-line giants similar to Amazon, it …

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