MORTGAGE VIEW: Guiding hand

April 2011
Design Week (Online Edition);4/22/2011, p2235
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The article offers information on the aims of Conservation party of Great Britain. It informs that the party wants to abolish Great Britain's Financial Services Authority (FSA) and increase the power of the Bank of England. They want to split up the larger banks to make space for new banks and get more mortgage supply


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