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The demand for housing is continuing to surpass supply according to residential property analyst Hometrack's latest survey which was published this week.

clippers.jpgThames Clippers passengers should brace themselves for fare rises of up to nine per cent from the New Year.

The river bus company, now sponsored by KPMG, has announced its fares will increase on January 2, with a single ticket up nine per cent from £5.50 to £6.

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The new year got off to an expensive start for commuters as those heading back to work faced transport fare rises of up to 13 per cent.

The latest above-inflation fare hikes, which came into effect on January 2, will see passengers feeling the pinch with Tube, DLR and Overground, peak-time journeys in zone 1 rising from £1.80 to £1.90 and for zones 1 to 3from £2.70 to £2.90.

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