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Defeat for the Government in “sham marriage” case

7 August 2017

The Government suffered a major defeat in the Supreme Court last month, which could have significant implications for its immigration …

Mis-selling concerns raised over limited company buy-to-let lending

11 July 2017

In recent months an increasing number of buy-to-let investors have been taking out loans through limited companies – but mortgage …

Residence Nil Rate Band

7 July 2017

The freezing of the Inheritance Tax (IHT) threshold at £325,000 and the continuing upward movement in house prices has the …

UK commercial property remains most attractive investment, figures show

5 July 2017

The UK remains the most attractive global market to invest in commercial property, a new study has shown. According to …

UK’s private rental sector to welcome surge in institutional investment, report suggests

20 June 2017

Institutional investment in the UK’s private rented sector (PRS) will grow to £70bn by the end of 2021, according to …

Parties clash over foreign spouse earning threshold

9 June 2017

Thousands more people could find they are unable to bring their foreign spouses into the UK under plans announced last …

Candidates call for commitment to EU nationals

31 May 2017

A raft of party leaders have signed a pledge to guarantee the rights of EU nationals living in the UK.

Taylor Review to suggest zero-hours workers should have right to request fixed hours

30 May 2017

In recent days, numerous reports have emerged suggesting that, once published, politician Matthew Taylor’s long-awaited Review into UK employment practices …

Non-British nationals wishing to relocate to the UK should review their immigration status and submit visa applications ahead of General Election

19 May 2017

The Conservative Party’s 2017 Manifesto contains proposals to toughen the visa requirements for students and to increase the earnings threshold …

Record monthly amount of Inheritance Tax paid in March

19 May 2017

The latest data from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has revealed that a monthly record of £483m was paid in …