Rishi Sunak urged to extend Stamp Duty Holiday or risk Britons losing out - 'April Fools!'

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STAMP DUTY holidays can provide significant financial relief to homebuyers, however, as the deadline approaches, the Chancellor has been urged to reconsider the arrangement he currently has in place. ▶ Full story on express.co.uk
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