The number of British homes being repossessed has fallen to an 11-year low in 2015, figures from mortgage lenders show.

A total of 10,200 repossessions were recorded across the UK in 2015 – more than halving from the 20,900 cases recorded in 2014, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said. The 2015 annual total is the lowest since 8200 homes were repossessed in 2004. It means that fewer than one…