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Top 10 most read articles on Mortgage Solutions this week – 24/11/17

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Top 10 most read articles on Mortgage Solutions this week – 24/11/17
Budget announcements were the talk of town this week, with chancellor Philip Hammond slashing stamp duty for first-time buyers and announcing a raft of housing measures. But it was the more difficult industry stories that really stirred readers’ interest.

Sainsbury’s bank attracted attention for shutting down its broker exclusive mortgage range just three weeks after launch.

Inter-generational justice was also a hot topic, with MPs being told that Britain’s biggest lenders are ignoring older borrowers because they can’t be bothered.

And the banning of payday loan directors for reckless negligence also featured in our top ten.

Budget 2017: Hammond slashes stamp duty for first-time buyers

Sainsbury’s Bank axes exclusive broker mortgage deals three weeks after launch

Big six lenders ‘can’t be bothered’ to lend to old people, building society chief tells MPs

Three ‘recklessly negligent’ payday loan directors share 20 year ban

Budget 2017 ‘stealth tax’ to hit millions with endowments and whole of life policies – Royal London

Government urged to guarantee 100% LTV mortgages in Budget – analysis

Directors of credit broker ‘shark that feasted on most financially vulnerable’ banned for 28 years

Santander for Intermediaries appoints three more BDMs

Budget 2017: £44bn committed to support housing market

Atom Bank raises capital to boost mortgage lending following strong growth

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