Ant then told the Sun about the impact his addiction had on Lisa: I've put Lisa through hell with mood swings and depression and how it affects you. I'm very sorry about the effect it has on partners. This kind of stuff puts strains on any marriage. All I can say at the moment is that she's been amazing — fantastic throughout.' … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘He’s NOT after her money!’ Lisa Armstrong’s electrician new lover has ‘genuinely fallen for her’ and has no interest in the £31million she received from divorcing Ant McPartlin, claims his friend
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'In my mind that's the only way we're going to have true justice, if someone is brave enough to come forward and talk about what happened that fateful night and give us some closure, that's what we want as a family. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Smirking at the law: Stephen Lawrence murder suspect Luke Knight saunters barefoot outside his parents’ house the day after Met shelve case – as victim’s brother begs people to ‘be brave’ and turn in his killers
Many mortgage lenders will only grant a mortgage up to an individual’s planned retirement date, so for someone aged 45 who expects to retire at 67, the maximum mortgage term might be just 22 years. This has led to many older borrowers either being turned down or restricted to a more costly shorter mortgage term. … [Read more...] about Building societies to review age limits on mortgages
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He says rent stabilisation to prevent such increases would be a welcome development. “I’m going to have to look for somewhere cheaper, so realistically – I am single and haven’t had a pay rise worth the name in a few years – I am either going to be looking at moving outside London, and then having to factor in travel costs, because at the moment I walk to and from work; or I’m going to have to look at sharing,” he says. … [Read more...] about Would a rent cap work for tenants facing £1,000-a-month rises?