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How to protect your money if Labour mounts an inheritance tax raid on pensions: The expert guide on what to do now

Today

It is already Britain's most hated tax - but soon inheritance tax could become far more menacing.

Labour to end no-fault evictions for renters: But estate agents warn of landlord exodus without court reform

Today

The King's Speech confirmed the Government will bring forward a Renters Rights Bill to end Section 21 'no-fault' evictions.

Five classic car names making a comeback - is it a good idea to relaunch former legends? We ask the experts

Today

At least five former car names will be making a return in the coming months, including icons such as the Ford Capri and Renault 5. But is it a fool proof tactic by brands?

Is nimbysim stifling small business? One in four firms say they've seen growth plans blocked by local objections

Today

As many as 68 per cent of SMEs said they have faced opposition from local communities when trying to grow their business or begin new projects in the past.

The Suzuki Swift is agile, cheap and lots of fun, says RAY MASSEY

Today

The new fourth generation model is no exception. It's not the cheapest budget car on the market but it does offer value for money.

Dacia's budget-friendly Sandero tops Europe's sales chart - as Tesla's best-seller of 2023 plunges down the order

Today

Starting from £13,795, Sandero is officially Britain's cheapest new model. However, it failed to break into the list of top 10 more popular cars in the UK in the first six months.

As Labour rips up planning rules to build 1.5m homes, here's how YOU can profit

Today

Here's what you need to know about the plans, the obstacles - but also the opportunities that could allow you to make the most of a future construction boom.

Hargreaves Lansdown suitors given extra time to finalise £5.4bn takeover offer

Today

The private equity consortium behind a potential £5.4bn takeover of London-listed trading platform Hargreaves Lansdown has been given more time.

MAGGIE PAGANO: IT outage shows cash still reigns supreme

Today

The wrong flick of a switch - or indeed a technical bug - can far too easily bring the world crashing down around our ears.

Rolls-Royce cashing in on Shein boom via air cargo market

Today

Demand for air freight capacity is soaring as shoppers increasingly want clothes and other goods delivered from overseas within days rather than weeks.

Harland & Wolff boss John Wood quits in funding crisis

Today

It said that chief executive John Wood (pictured) was 'taking a leave of absence' with immediate effect.

IT meltdown wreaks havoc on markets: CrowdStrike falls as much as 20%

Today

Stock markets were firmly in the red after a global IT outage sparked chaos in financial centres across the world.

What will Labour mean for your pension? Top questions (and answers) revealed

Today

The election of a Labour government has prompted a influx of questions from This is Money readers - we explain what you need to know.

How big should your emergency savings fund REALLY be?

Today

Savers could need up to £50,000 to have a sufficient emergency savings pot depending on their age and circumstances.

We want to tear up the garden in our new home and replace it with artificial lawn - is it a good idea?

Today

We've just bought our first house and aren't green-fingered at all, so we're considering getting rid of the lawn and replacing it with an artificial one.

Praxis considering takeover of shopping centre owner Capital & Regional

Yesterday

Praxis said it was looking at a cash offer for the listed real estate investment trust.

MARKET REPORT: Burberry slumps 7.2% in chequered week for label

Yesterday

The British luxury label nursed more losses just days after scrapping its dividend, issuing a profit warning and axing its chief executive.

Ford shelves plans to go all-electric from 2030 as EV boss says deadline was 'too ambitious'

Yesterday

In an interview with Autocar, Marin Gjaja, the boss at Ford Model E, said 'uncertainty' around EV demand and legislation has forced it to shelve the target of 2030.

Nico Rosberg picks up the keys to his £2.5m AMG One hypercar powered by his championship winning F1 engine

Yesterday

This is Money gets an exclusive preview as F1 World Champion Nico Rosberg drives his AMG One F1-engined £2.5m hypercar for the first time.

London Stock Exchange hit by global IT outage

Yesterday

A statement on the LSE Group's website said the service was 'experiencing a 3rd party global technical issue, preventing news from being published.'