The General Election 2017
What It Could Mean For You and Your Money
When Theresa May surprised us all by calling a general election, she gave her reason for doing so as a desire to get a strong mandate from the British people to enable her to negotiate the best possible Brexit terms in her dealings with her European counterparts.
Any election brings the opportunity for voters to review the competing proposals made by each party across a whole range of major issues and this one is proving to be no exception.
As the country prepares to go to the polls on 8 June, we review the main topics in our Pre-election briefing and what they may mean for your personal finances.