The Lib Dems are unlikely to win the election — but they could be kingmakers.
One essential Bank of England chart illustrates what went wrong, beyond reasonable doubt.
Labour says plans would cost £20 billion up front, but BT says total price tag could be as high as £100 billion.
On 12 November 2019, the Association for Financial Markets in Europe published a joint letter to the European Commission on temporary equivalence and recognition in relation to UK central counterparties.
On 13 November 2019, the European Central Bank (ECB) published an article on its website reminding banks that operational risk increases as they delay the implementation of their Brexit plans.
Commissioner calls on Germany and other countries to counter a slowdown.
Delay to next Commission leaves EU in holding pattern.
‘As things stand, we could not support what is being suggested,’ Northern Ireland party says.
Disagreement about value-added tax stands in the way.
Speech sets out what Boris Johnson wants his government to do.
From star performers to strugglers — every confirmation session, super-abbreviated and rated.
On 26 September 2019, the FCA provided an update on its temporary transitional power (TTP).
The liquidation puts 9,000 British jobs in jeopardy and leaves 150,000 Brits stranded around the world.
Policymakers say the UK will avoid recession this year but Brexit remains a drag on the economy.
Let’s start with some recent history: the reason Boris Johnson is Prime Minister is because Theresa May’s draft Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration failed three times in Parliament. Its failure, combined with May’s inflexibility, led the 1922 Committee to be persuaded, by its former Chairmen among others, that the only way forwards for the Conservative […]
Schedule expected to be finalized on Thursday.
We are inured by now to the biased reporting of Brexit which those opposed to it perpetrate in the media. Even so, I listened with more than the usual incredulity and irritation to one BBC correspondent giving his opinion on the Operation Yellowhammer papers (a five-page out-of-date summary of the Government’s Reasonable Worst Case Planning […]
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POLITICO details who reports to whom.
First woman selected for EU’s top post announces portfolios.
All you need to know about Ursula von der Leyen’s team.
Nominees must be confirmed by the European Parliament.
The EU executive put forward a plan allowing access to two special funds to help address the possible economic impact.
Plus, 325 companies are considering a move over concerns about losing access to the EU’s single market.
The bid would be seen as asserting UK influence after Brexit.
‘We have tens of thousands of Commission officials who have certainly bright and good ideas,’ says chief spokesperson.
French president lays out strategy for G7 summit.
Attendance will be reduced by more than half, says Brexit secretary.
Critics say government not prepared to implement new immigration system in less than three months.
As with the NHS, policing, immigration and stop & search, so with trade. The Prime Minister will want a quick win – or at least progress towards one.
US sees a successful divorce ‘as being very much in our interest, and there’s no quid pro quo,’ National Security Adviser John Bolton tells UK.