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I want to buy a new house and turn mine into rental property. Do I have to pay capital gains tax?

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Q I am really confused about capital gains tax. I’ve just put an offer on a second house, in which I plan to live. I also plan to release equity from my current home and turn it into a rental property as it is very le...

Women’s golf major gains sponsor and bigger purse amid venue uncertainty

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News of a welcome and substantial boost in prize money for the first women’s major of the golfing year has arrived with the not inconsequential footnote of no host venue being in place after 2022. The Chevron Champion...

My father wants to give me his parking space. Would I owe capital gains tax?

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Q My father is thinking of giving me the parking space he owns near his home but wants to know if capital gains tax has to be paid. Although it was bought in the same year as his home – and from the same developer – i...

International students in UK generate huge economic gains – study

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One year’s intake of international students at British universities generates economic activity worth £390 for each person in the UK each year, rising to more than £700 for every inhabitant of London, according to a s...

Do I have to pay capital gains tax when I sell my flat because I had two lodgers?

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Q I’ve been renting out two rooms in my flat in Devon for several years but am now thinking of selling it. The rent has always been below the rent-a-room threshold of £7,500 a year, so I’ve not declared it or paid tax...

Luisa Miller review – Verdi’s dark tragedy gains focus and ferocity in stark staging

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It took nearly a decade for Verdi’s Luisa Miller to be staged in the UK. At its 1858 London premiere, reigning critic Henry Chorley slammed the romantic tragedy as “the weakest of the weak”, predicting that it wouldn’...

Argentina’s Pérez Maurice loses Olympic fencing bout but gains fiancé

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Argentina’s Maria Belen Pérez Maurice suffered defeat in the women’s saber on Monday in Tokyo, although it appears she won’t be changing coaches anytime soon. Pérez Maurice had just lost to Anna Marton of Hungary in t...

Delta variant gains ground in US as outbreaks highlight vaccine divide

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A cluster of midwestern and southern states have emerged as a new center of Covid-19 outbreaks, as the highly transmissible Delta variant sweeps across poorly vaccinated populations in the US. The news marks a potenti...

Covid-19 infections rising in California as Delta variant gains ground

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Covid-19 infections in California are on the rise, as public health officials in the US west warn that the more transmissible Delta variant of the coronavirus is fast gaining ground. For the week-long period ending Tu...

Johnson will vow to repair damaged NHS to lock in election gains

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Boris Johnson will put repairing the NHS at the heart of his next programme for government, as his team draws up plans to lock in the huge local election gains in the north of England and Midlands. With more NHS fundi...

Trident could be forced overseas or halted if Scotland gains independence

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Trident could be forced to the US or possibly France if Scotland became independent because there is no alternative port immediately available elsewhere in the UK, according to a retired admiral responsible for Britai...

Marginal gains or medical gains? Questions remain after Freeman’s guilty verdict

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In that golden decade when Team Sky and British Cycling won almost everything in sight, their media acolytes would often attribute their success to marginal gains, the pursuit of microscopic advantages in myriad areas...

Suspicion stalked Sky but British public swallowed marginal gains story whole

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Few of those in European cycling’s professional milieu, long schooled in batting away doping suspicions, will be shocked by the findings of the Richard Freeman medical tribunal. Cycling, after all, has a long history ...