Following the recommendations of a report published yesterday on mortgage arrears, we’re asking for your say on the suggestion that the state takes ownership and rents the house back to its former owners.
Nine things you need to know by 9am: No debt forgiveness for struggling homeowners; NAMA gives a painting to the state (but holds onto an entire collection), and we know it hurts but – is childbirth really a “murderous” experience?
The UK voted by 52% to 48% to leave the union, but most voters in Scotland and Northern Ireland opted to remain. David Cameron, who announced his resignation on Friday, said ahead of last week’s vote that there would be no rerun.
During the campaign, UKIP leader Nigel Farage said that a narrow win for the Remain side could lead to unstoppable demand for a second vote.
This morning we’re asking: Would you like to see a rerun of the Brexit referendum?
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