U.K. Mortgage Approvals Fall to 13-Month Low on Brexit Jitters

  • Lenders sign off on 64,766 loans in month of EU referendum
  • Buyers said to be pulling out, renegotiating since Brexit vote

U.K. mortgage approvals fell to their lowest level in more than a year in June as nervousness gripped the housing market before the referendum on European Union membership.

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