Olivia Selley and Tara Panicker write in The Financial Times about mortgage prisoners

Following the defeat of proposed amendments to the financial services bill which sought to alleviate financial pressures on mortgage prisoners, Olivia Selley, an Associate at the firm, and Tara Panicker, a Paralegal, have written in The Financial Times about what can be done now to help people trapped paying high interest rates on their mortgages. 

Olivia and Tara’s article covers the Mortgage Prisoner Litigation and the help this could provide for mortgage prisoners, the work of the UK Mortgage Prisoners campaign group, and the role of financial advisers. The article is available on the website of The Financial Times here.

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