Posted on: 25 May, 18
For foreign investors, parking money into UK bricks and mortar has always been a sound investment, especially in the London property market. However, is this still the case with the UK Government seeming to shun foreign landlords after tax hikes?
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Sometimes It feels like EU nationals would be better to revert to a card game that originated in the mid-15th century (and somewhat ironically, was played in French parlours and across Europe) in order to get a sense of their place in the UK in a post-Brexit world. Oury and Clark discuss the current position and rights of EU nationals under both a deal and no deal scenario.
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