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Will Brexit Trigger an Exodus of Banks From London?

Will Brexit Trigger an Exodus of Banks From London?

London has flourished as a financial center for decades in part because global banks, from offices around the bustling City of London district, could sell their services freely around the European
U.K. Employers Concerned About Brexit Migration Restrictions

U.K. Employers Concerned About Brexit Migration Restrictions

U.K. businesses have become reliant on European Union workers and are concerned about restrictions after Britain leaves the bloc next year, according to a government-commissioned study published
Whistle-Blower Says Brexit Vote Could Have Gone Other Way

Whistle-Blower Says Brexit Vote Could Have Gone Other Way

Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie told lawmakers that the Brexit referendum could have gone the other way if rules hadn’t been broken during the campaign.
Cutting EU migration very likely to hit growth – official advisers

Cutting EU migration very likely to hit growth – official advisers

Experts predict lower growth in jobs and output if flows of people from EU are restrictedRestricting immigration from Europe after Brexit is very likely to lead to lower growth in total jobs and in
How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? March verdict

How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? March verdict

Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has on growth, prosperity and trade in the UK •Brexit economy: light at the end of the tunnel? • Experts debate the data
'There is progress but we could do better' - experts debate Brexit outlook

'There is progress but we could do better' - experts debate Brexit outlook

Two former members of Bank of England’s interest rate-setting committee discuss the economy as inflation eases slightly•The Brexit economy - light at the end of the tunnel? • How has the Brexit vote
The Brexit economy: light at the end of the tunnel?

The Brexit economy: light at the end of the tunnel?

After progress in EU talks sterling has strengthened, inflation is falling and pay is rising. But sharp challenges remain•How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? March verdict • Experts debate
Jacob Rees-Mogg says people trying to stop Brexit are ‘cave dwellers’

Jacob Rees-Mogg says people trying to stop Brexit are ‘cave dwellers’

The Tory MP compared Remainers to the Japanese soldier who refused to surrender after the Second World War.

Ford Continues Fighting for Europe

Ford Motor Company has a lot invested in Europe. While the continent spent decades operating facilities under the lose leadership of Ford of Britain, Detroit acquired direct ownership in 1950. From
EU referendum won through fraud, whistleblower tells MPs

EU referendum won through fraud, whistleblower tells MPs

Former Cambridge Analytica worker says Brexit result may have been different without financial ‘cheating’ The EU referendum was won through fraud, the whistleblower Christopher Wylie has told MPs,
Brexit leaders may have swung referendum by cheating, says Cambridge Analytica whistleblower

Brexit leaders may have swung referendum by cheating, says Cambridge Analytica whistleblower

“There could have been a different outcome of the referendum, if there had not been, in my view, cheating."
Brexit Britain, beware: the supply of Europeans is drying up | Jonathan Portes

Brexit Britain, beware: the supply of Europeans is drying up | Jonathan Portes

The migration advisers’ report shows free movement has been good for the UK – and when it ends, there will be consequences Back in 2007, Liam Byrne, then minister for immigration, decided to create a
Britain leaves the EU in one year, and still faces a no-deal “hard Brexit”

Britain leaves the EU in one year, and still faces a no-deal “hard Brexit”

Britain’s prime minister Theresa May put the UK on a course to the point of no return a year ago, when she triggered Article 50…
Have U.K. Citizens Changed Their Minds on Brexit?

Have U.K. Citizens Changed Their Minds on Brexit?

Bloomberg’s Charlotte Ryan discusses sentiment over the Brexit process thus far. She speaks with Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.” (Source: Bloomberg)
Xi Steals Trump’s Thunder With Kim Lovefest

Xi Steals Trump’s Thunder With Kim Lovefest

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U.K. to Hire 1,000 New Border Staff to Prepare for Brexit

U.K. to Hire 1,000 New Border Staff to Prepare for Brexit

The U.K. plans to hire 1,000 new customs and immigration staff to ensure the security of the country’s border after Brexit.
Brexit Transition Means Business as Usual for Banks, BOE Says

Brexit Transition Means Business as Usual for Banks, BOE Says

U.K. financial regulators sought to reassure banks and insurers that they can rely on a transition period to ease their adjustment to Brexit, putting pressure on the European Union to do the same.
Australia Ready on ‘Brexit Day One’ to Begin Work on New UK Trade Deal

Australia Ready on ‘Brexit Day One’ to Begin Work on New UK Trade Deal

Australia wants to begin negotiating a new trade deal with the UK on "day one" of Brexit next year and put it into effect on January 1, 2021.

A Cambridge Analytica Whistle-blower Claims That “Cheating” Swung the Brexit Vote

John Cassidy writes about testimony in the U.K. by Christopher Wylie that claims that Cambridge Analytica influenced the Brexit vote.