What are the different repayment types for a mortgage?

There are 2 types of repayment on a mortgage
1. Repayment (aka Capital and Interest) – this repays the mortgage as you go along like a normal loan i.e. if you borrow £100,000 over 25 years, after 25 years you owe the bank nothing because you have repaid what you have borrowed. Every month you pay part capital and part interest
2. Interest Only – All you do every month is pay the interest on the money borrowed. You do not repay any of the money you borrowed, so, if you borrow £100,000 over 25 years, after 25 years you will still owe £100,000, Interest Only repayment types are harder to get these days due to tightening of criteria and regulations