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  1. My daughter has moved to Spain in March 2018. She has notified PIP of her new address, will this affect her entitlement at present as we are still in the EU until next March, as I understand it when the beginings of leaving the EU begins?
  2. Government moves towards a shake-up of broken housing complaints system READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-moves-towards-a-shake-up-of-broken-housing-complaints-system
  3. A sale of some of the taxpayer's stake in Lloyds Banking Group has come a step closer after the state-backed lender's share price yesterday came close to reaching the government's minimum "break-even" price. Shares in Lloyds rose above 60p for the first time in more than 12 months, trading as high as 60.4p, just 0.8p below the taxpayer's minimum sale price of 61.2p after the bank confirmed it was likely to make a full-year profit in 2013. The state holds a 39pc stake in Lloyds following the lender's £25bn bailout in 2008, but yesterday's share price rise raises the prospect of a potential disposal of some of the holding in the near future. Sir Bischoff, 72, who announced his retirement as Lloyds chairman this week, described the surge in the bank's share price as "very pleasing". "It's a reflection of the huge progress this business has made in the last year," said Sir Win, who announced he will step down as chairman by next May at the latest. The rise in the shares followed confirmation by Antonio Horta-Osorio, chief executive of Lloyds, that the bank would make its first full-year profit since 2010. "We expect this [the restructuring the bank] to enable us to return to profitability this year and to grow our core business, to realise our full potential to deliver strong stable and sustainable returns for you, the shareholders, and to allow UK taxpayers’ investment in the Group to be repaid," said Mr Horta-Osorio. Mr Horta-Osorio's own annual bonus is linked to selling a third of this holding at an average price of more than 61.2p by 2018. An additional condition would allow him to receive the award if the bank's share price exceeds 73.6p, the average price at which the taxpayer bought Lloyds shares at the time of its 2008 bailout, by the same date. More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/10061637/Sale-of-taxpayers-Lloyds-stake-moves-closer-as-shares-nudge-break-even.html
  4. This is likely to be a move we will see from other Councils. It will surely affect those who entered the buy to let market before the credit crunch and find themselves with empty houses as the austerity measures bite. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20634448
  5. They are being referred to the CC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19755037
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