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    What Brexit means for your finances in 2017
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    • 3rd Jan 17, 11:22 AM
    What Brexit means for your finances in 2017 3rd Jan 17 at 11:22 AM
    This is the discussion to link on the back of Martin's blog. Please read the blog first, as this discussion follows it.

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    • 16th Jan 17, 6:01 PM
    "How will this affect ‘mortgage prisoners’ due to the EU Mortgage Credit Directive?"

    I'm surprised nothing has happened on this.

    http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/mortgages/2015/12/regulator-and-eu-blame-each-other-over-mortgage-prisoner-rules

    My understanding is that the EU is saying that it's UK law that is the problem and as the EU mortgage credit directive is just a bunch of suggestions to protect consumers, then it may well be true.

    http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/en/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32014L0017

    So, why did the government not just get in writing that the EU doesn't expect the UK to create mortgage prisoners and change the law now?
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