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- Surge in online property searches following stamp duty holiday and 5% deposits announcement March 5, 2021It is estimated that sellers should be looking to list their properties by Tuesday 23rd March if they want to make sure buyers can make use of the tapering end to the stamp duty holiday in September.
- Stamp duty holiday extended in Wales until end of June March 5, 2021There will not be a tapered return to its previous level.
- LBTT holiday in Scotland will end on 1 April March 5, 2021The UK government has extended stamp duty - but this will not apply north of the border.
- epropservices continues buying spree with acquisition of The Property Jungle March 5, 2021Toscafund backed epropservices, parent company of The Guild of Property Professionals and Fine & Country, also acquired Starberry this week.
- Countrywide takeover approved by High Court but Connells deal is not without risk March 5, 2021The acquisition of Countrywide is now set to be completed on Monday.
- QAnon predicted Trump’s re-inauguration on 4 March. Congress braced for an assault. Neither happenedTwo months after Capitol attack, embittered conspiracy cult holds out for last-ditch effort to revive former president – but law enforcement warns that the insurrection was not an isolated event
- Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are holding American democracy hostageBy denying their party the opportunity to legislate, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are now denying them even the opportunity to have any relevant power at all — power in which voters entrusted the future of the country
- Pew survey shows hardening American attitudes toward ChinaNew polling from the Pew Research Center shows strong negative attitudes among Americans toward China, with almost nine out of 10 adults seeing the country as a competitor or enemy, rather than a partner
- YouTube CEO says Trump’s account will only be restored once threat of political violence recedesEx-president lost access to platform in wake of Capitol violence
- Highlights: What's changed in the Senate's COVID relief billSenate Democrats have come out with their version of the $1.9 trillion COVID-relief bill