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The UK’s Surprisingly Predictable Snap Election – OpEd

By Yossi Mekelberg* If anything was surprising about British Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for snap elections, it was that it took her so long to make this decision. She was never too..
Eurasia Review

How Brexit could affect your summer holidays abroad

how brexit could affect your summer holidays abroad
It's that time of the year when many of us are starting to look forward to our summer holidays abroad. But since Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 last month, the rules and regulations..
Hull Daily Mail Also reported by •Grimsby Telegraph

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News video: UK to hold snap general election on June 8

UK to hold snap general election on June 8 01:32

The House of Commons has voted and the UK will go to the polls on June 8. Prime Minister Theresa May said she was calling for a snap election in just seven weeks’ time to help unify Parliament ahead..
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News video: Bill Gates Says U.K. Must Maintain Scientific Excellence

Bill Gates Says U.K. Must Maintain Scientific Excellence 02:26

Apr.18 -- Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation co-chairman, discussed the impact of Brexit with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on Monday.
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: Ireland's Noonan Calls U.K. Snap Election a Surprise

Ireland's Noonan Calls U.K. Snap Election a Surprise 03:12

Apr.18 -- Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan comments on the state of Brexit talks during an interview with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: How Brexit Might FIX English Football?!

How Brexit Might FIX English Football?! 04:03

Brexit could have a huge impact on English football, With an abundance of European talent in the Premier League, will the ruling destroy the league or fix the never ending cycle of disappointment that..
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News video: Merkel: we want to limit Brexit fallout

Merkel: we want to limit Brexit fallout 01:36

The European Union should try to limit the fallout from Britain's decision to leave the European Union, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday, conceding that some damage was inevitable. Sara..
Source: Reuters Studio -

 

UK tries to deter EU nationals over residency

New Home Office guidance to avert avalanche of applications in wake of Article 50
FT.com

Sir Eric Pickles reflects on 25 years as Brentwood and Ongar MP...

sir eric pickles reflects on 25 years as brentwood and ongar mp...
Retiring MP Sir Eric Pickles, has reflected on his 25 years as MP for Brentwood and Ongar. He announced on Saturday, that he won't be standing in the general election in June, after Prime Minister..
Brentwood Gazette Also reported by •Essex Chronicle

Why Britain must look beyond Europe to forge commercial ties

why britain must look beyond europe to forge commercial ties
As part of my role, I travel the world seeking out investment opportunities for British businesses that will not only create high-quality jobs for our partners overseas, but also long-term growth..
City A.M.

Firms want no dramatic change for post-Brexit employment law

firms want no dramatic change for post-brexit employment law
The UK's exit from the EU could prompt extensive changes in employment laws. However, employers are only expressing demand for significant change in a few areas, such as sick leave and discrimination..
City A.M.

Builders bullish post Brexit

builders bullish post brexit
Small construction firms enjoyed rising workloads in the first quarter of 2017 despite concerns over the cost of labour and materials in the wake of last year’s Brexit vote, according to a survey by..
City A.M.

British economy slowed in first quarter say economists

british economy slowed in first quarter say economists
Growth in the UK economy moderated in the first quarter of 2017 as inflation started to drag on spending, government figures are expected to show. Economists expect data to show GDP grew by 0.4 per..
City A.M.

Gina Miller raises money to stop Brexit

gina miller raises money to stop brexit
The woman who took the government to the Supreme Court over the triggering of Article 50 has now raised almost £250,000 to support anti-Brexit candidates in the June 8 general election.
MailOnline

Editor's Notes: Back from paternity leave, in time for the General Election

editor's notes: back from paternity leave, in time for the general election
A cryptic text on Tuesday morning from a contact in Downing St said I’d picked an interesting week to return to work. I wasn’t sure what they meant, and then a couple of hours later the PM..
City A.M.

Article 50 may have been triggered but an employment crisis has not

article 50 may have been triggered but an employment crisis has not
Article 50 has had little bearing on March’s hiring numbers, according to Morgan McKinley’s London Employment Monitor. Last month there was a *17 per cent* month-on-month and *13 per cent*..
City A.M.

Gina Miller's latest crowdfunding campaign has raised over £120k so far

gina miller's latest crowdfunding campaign has raised over £120k so far
Gina Miller has started a new crowdfunding campaign to stop an "extreme Brexit", and it's raised over £120,000 so far. Miller, who was among a group of claimants which won a legal battle against..
City A.M.

Sketch: Another nail biter for beleaguered Theresa May as the general election vote passes by the narrowest of 509 vote margins

Not since her Article 50 Bill passed by 498 votes to 114 has an early election been more urgent
Independent

Tory big beast Clarke reveals he will seek June re-election

tory big beast clarke reveals he will seek june re-election
Long sitting Tory MP and former chancellor Ken Clarke has revealed that he will seek re-election at Theresa May's June vote, despite previous plans to quit parliament. Clarke, regarded as the last..
City A.M.

Osborne, Clegg and Boles - who is, and isn't, standing for election

osborne, clegg and boles - who is, and isn't, standing for election
Theresa May's shock declaration of an early General Election has left MPs scrambling to make decisions over whether or not they will seek to retain their jobs in Westminster. Former chancellor..
City A.M.

Letter to editor: Cheltenham for Europe - vote for candidate who...

letter to editor: cheltenham for europe - vote for candidate who...
Dear Editor,Theresa May has decided that she wants to call a General Election. Given her repeated objections to an early election and the lacklustre performance of the Labour Party this can only be..
Gloucester Citizen Also reported by •Gloucestershire Echo

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