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Don’t expect much Leave regret when Brexit hits prosperity | Anand Menon
The post-departure outlook is not good. But it will be hard to recognise or quantify any damage to the economy if growth is merely lower than it might have beenBrexit has brought the UK and EU closer
EDF, IBM Warn U.K. of Shortages, Risks After Brexit, Mail Says
Electricite de France SA is among companies warning the U.K. government about significant threats to their businesses after Britain leaves the European Union, according to a report in the Mail on
European travelers can now watch Netflix like they're at home
If you live in the European Union, your holidays just became a little more enjoyable. The EU's long-promised digital media portability rules have taken effect as of April 1st, letting residents access
Add Data Privacy to List of Brexit Bumps for EU, U.K.
The smooth transfer of personal data between the European Union and the U.K. — from bank details to your Uber bill — is vital for almost every British business. The U.K. is intent on maintaining that
We should treasure Bill Maynard’s serious side | Brief letters
Bill Maynard | Brexit | Paying your keep | Killer sudokuYou rightly praise Bill Maynard (Obituary, 31 March) for his splendid comedy acting but he was also excellent in serious roles. His performance
Another Corporate Headache Lands on Theresa May’s Lap
Yet another corporate headache has landed on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s lap in the shape of Melrose Industries Plc’s hostile 8.1 billion pound ($11.4 billion) takeover of government contractor
Brexit Triggers a Surge in Danish Backing to Stay Inside the EU
Denmark joined the European Union the same year Britain did, back in 1973. But almost half a century later, the two countries have very different feelings toward the bloc.
Is Brazil About to Elect the ‘Most Misogynistic Official in the World’?
Neo-nationalist Jair Bolsonaro is currently the frontrunner.
Battle over British blue passports being made in France goes to court
Manufacturer De La Rue is preparing to take the Government to court over plans to award the contract to a Franco-Dutch firm.
Corbyn Remains Untouchable as Anti-Semitism Row Engulfs Labour
A week after Jews gathered outside Parliament to protest against him while inside one of his own lawmakers accused him of lying, Jeremy Corbyn looks more secure than ever at the helm of Labour.
Brexit Bulletin: Brexit Fever
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Facebook, AggregateIQ now being jointly probed by Canada, B.C. data watchdogs
Privacy watchdogs in Canada and British Columbia are combining existing investigations into Facebook and AggregateIQ. The latter being a Victoria-based ad targeting tech company that has been linked
Ex Mex Prez Vicente Fox Lets ‘Globalist Cat Out of Bag’ in Farage Debate: Lauds Authoritarian China, Slams Democracy
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — The former Mexican President Vicente Fox let the “globalist cat out of the bag” last night at Maryland University, heaping praise on the pragmatism of the authoritarian regime
Facebook reportedly suspends AggregateIQ over connection to improper data-sharing
AggregateIQ, a Canadian advertising tech and audience intelligence company, has been suspended by Facebook for allegedly being closely connected with SCL, the parent company of Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook suspends another data firm: AggregateIQ
Late Friday the Cambridge Analytica data scandal spread wider, as Facebook announced it has also suspended Canadian data firm AggregateIQ. In a statement to The Guardian, Facebook said "In light of
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Facebook suspends data firm hired by Vote Leave over alleged Cambridge Analytica ties
AggregateIQ, which played a pivotal role in the Brexit campaign, suspended after reports it may have improperly obtained user data AggregateIQ: the obscure Canadian tech firm and the Brexit data
Why the UK trade deficit with the EU is woeful and widening | Larry Elliott
The single market benefits manufacturers far more than providers of services. Guess which Britain excels inAt the time it was big, big news. Three days before the general election, official figures
The ‘will of the people’ can change. Ask Clement Attlee | William Keegan
A lesson for Brexit: the postwar Labour government was elected, re-elected and humiliated in the space of six years. Each time, the people ‘spoke’ On 5 July 1945, the British people “spoke”. Churchill