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Billy Ehrenberg

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Past articles by Billy:

Mortgage lending and individual borrowing rose in October according to the latest Bank of England credit report

The number of mortgages approved in October rose to 69,630, just up from September's 69,012 figure and higher than the 68,099 average over the last six → Read More

Where's the hardest place in England and Wales to get on the housing ladder?

By now we've all heard - and heard again - how hard it is to get on the housing ladder. → Read More

Why Jesse Lingard's call-up is no surprise: Data shows England's experience levels steadily on the wane

Is England's football more inexperienced than ever? → Read More

Josh Harris: What can Crystal Palace fans expect from the next American billionaire to invest in the Premier League?

Crystal Palace look set to be the next Premier League club to welcome foreign investment, with American private equity tycoons Josh Harris and David → Read More

ATP World Tour Finals: How Andy Murray's record at the O2 Arena compares to Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and other rivals

Novak Djokovic is the man to beat at this year's ATP World Tour Finals. → Read More

Is London's property supply crisis on the rebound?

When it comes to London house prices, you have to throw out your notions of supply and demand: it's all about location, location, location. → Read More

The UK's ageing population in numbers: Seven charts showing what's about to happen to the UK's workforce

The UK economy seems to be on an upward curve, rising from the ashes of the financial crisis and back towards something like its former glory. → Read More

How will Crossrail affect property prices? From Tottenham Hale to New Southgate, how London's largest infrastructure project has affected the housing market

After years of talking about it, Transport for London finally began its consultation on Crossrail 2 last week, proposing a new route which will run from → Read More

The City's most dangerous streets for cyclists

Cycling may be one of the UK's fastest-growing modes of transport - but pedal power comes with its risks: a map by Transport for London throws into stark → Read More

Burrito boom: How Mexican restaurants Chipotle, Chilangos, Tortilla, Benito's Hat and Poncho 8 have taken over London

Fast food has become fashionable in London and the burrito has become one of the trendiest meals in town. → Read More

From average salary and a monthly travelcard to a meal for two: Here's what it's like to work in global financial centres London, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo

London may be oft-cited as the world's top financial centre - but how what's it actually like to work in? And how does it compare with rival finance sectors? → Read More

TfL Tube strike 26 and 28 August 2015: Tube strikes cost London nearly £60m in lost man hours

Talks are going to the wire, but unless something miraculous happens, London is staring down the barrel of a double-whammy of strike action this week. → Read More

Think the UK's experiencing a migrant crisis? It's nothing compared with Denmark, Austria and Sweden

The UK may be in the grip of a migrant crisis - but the number of people applying to come to the UK pales by comparison to many other European countries, → Read More

A level results 2015: If you want to make it to the top in business, university is key

Thousands of students got their A-Level results today, with pass rates rising, but fewer students getting top grades. → Read More

A-Level results 2015: Which English schools lead to the best grades

Thousands of teenagers - not to mention their parents - around the country will receive their A-Level results tomorrow and find out if they've made it → Read More

The rise of the posh burger: How London has fallen for Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Byron Burger, Honest Burger, Five Guys, and Shake Shack

We’ve all seen them: on busy streets and in trendy back alleys, London has been invaded by posh burger joints. → Read More

Tumbleweed in the City: August is the quietest month for FTSE 100 trading volumes

It's that time of year again: Tubes are emptier than usual, the pubs are fuller than usual, and social media feeds are curiously full of people enjoying → Read More

Ashes 2015: Cook, Bell or Root? This interactive of England's batting order shows where the runs will come from in third test at Edgbaston

With the Ashes in the balance at one test apiece, England and Australia both take to the field at Edgbaston today looking to seize control of the series. → Read More

As rental prices soar, where do Londoners move to when they quit the city? Broadstone and Brentwood top list

London rental prices are soaring, forcing some Londoners to look move from the capital in search of cheaper lodgings. → Read More

Weather in Spain: Heatwave forces town to impose official siesta

The Spanish town of Ador has imposed an official siesta, confining its residents indoors between 2pm and 5pm each day. → Read More