Prime London house sales down two thirds after stamp duty overhaul

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Source: Monica Arellano-Ongpin

The government’s overhaul of the stamp duty system at the end of 2014 contributed to sales of prime London residential properties collapsing by nearly two thirds, according to new figures.

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