5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 17th September 2020
Justin Waite
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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 17th September 2020


5. Young and vulnerable people are stuck with homes they can't sell because of red tape around cladding.

Many high-street lenders ask for an EWS1 form as proof that cladding is safe but leaseholders say they are struggling to get hold of the form.

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4. Sony has matched the price of the forthcoming flagship PlayStation 5 to that of Microsoft's Series X Xbox, even though last time round, the PS4 significantly undercut the Xbox One at launch.

Both PS5 consoles are set to be released on 19 November in the UK, and 12 November in the US, Japan and Australia.

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3. The head of the European Commission said the chances of reaching a trade deal with Britain were fading by the day, as the British government pushes ahead with moves that would breach their divorce treaty.

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2. The US central bank has pledged to continue its support for the US economy for several years, as households and businesses slowly recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Bank of England with mask wearer on front

1. The Bank of England is expected to signal today that it is getting ready to pump yet more stimulus into Britain’s economy, as it heads for a jump in unemployment and a possible Brexit shock.

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