The Bosch router, model 1617 is a favorite around here, but is not offered in UK. The closest model there is the GMF 1600 CE Professional router, https://shop.bosch-professional.com/...91--0601624072
It has most of the features you'll want, ample power and can be used in a table. It is tempting to try to do everything with a freehand router, but it is FAR SAFER to use it in a table of some sort. Any router is a very dangerous tool if it goes out of control. A slip can cause a gash in whatever or whoever it touches.
Mounting it under something as simple as a sheet of plywood changes the risk because you're moving the workpiece against the protruding router bit. It is much easier to control your work that way and a huge number of woodworking operations are best and most precisely handled this way. One of our members will surely post a link to a number of PDFs on using the router safely and effectively. Please read them, regardless of which model you buy.
There are many posts here on building your own table, but summing it up, the minimum you need is a flat sheet of plywood set over saw horses or some other support, and a piece of straight lumber about 50mm x 100 mm, which you clamp in place so you can push your workpiece against it. You cut an opening in this fence for the bit to protrude.
If you use your router mainly in the table, I believe almost any of the ones listed will work, but we're pretty much Bosch folks in the USA--The company has earned our loyalty through high quality, good value and excellent customer service. But any one of those brands will serve you well. I'm not much of a fan of festool. They're wonderful tools, but priced out of my reach.
When you do the research, find out how well each model works in a table. They must be able to work upside down, and you must be able to lock the bit height solidly. Perhaps you can search for some reviews from fellow Brits.
The table saw, to my thinking, is the basic work horse of any shop, and you are lucky because I'm pretty sure the Bosch job site saw is available in the UK with the instant stop mechanism. Touch the blade and it instantly falls down without cutting off a finger or thumb. That is not yet available in the US. The Bosch 10 inch saw has a wide variety of desirable features, inluding the ability to use a dado stack (multiple blade sets that can cut a smooth bottom groove up to 18-19 mm wide). It is also made to pack away if space is a consideration. A good table saw with premium blade can handle cutting joints of many types. There are many European brands with which we are unfamiliar, and well regarded. Voltage differences are why the model numbers differ from our 110 v vs the 220 v standard in your country.
Do give careful consideration to mounting your router in the table, regardless of which you buy. You'll be safer and on the right track for maximum versatility.
And welcome to the Forum. We're an international lot and we all love to answer questions.