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Government sabotaging its own Brexit negotiations with new law, MPs warn

Flexibility is needed on date of exit, crossparty committee warns
Independent

Davis attempts to deflect blame for Brexit negotiations failure

davis attempts to deflect blame for brexit negotiations failure
David Davis has attempted to blame Germany and France for the deadlock in the Brexit negotiations, failing to admit his own central role in the failure. Descrier - News from the UK and around the..
The Descrier

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Boris Johnson has issued a new call for the EU to give the green light for the second phase of the Brexit negotiations to begin. The Foreign Secretary, in Dublin for talks with his Irish counterpart,..
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News video: Deutsche Bundesbank's Dombret on ECB, Brexit, Basel

Deutsche Bundesbank's Dombret on ECB, Brexit, Basel 11:41

Nov.17 -- Andreas Dombret, executive board member at Deutsche Bundesbank, discusses the ECB's monetary policy, financial integration, Brexit negotiations, Basel regulations and NPLs. He speaks on..
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News video: Why Brexit Talks Might Not Move Forward in December

Why Brexit Talks Might Not Move Forward in December 03:17

Nov.14 -- Nina Schick, Hanbury Strategy associate director, discusses the outlook for Brexit negotiations. She speaks with Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle and Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
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News video: Landsec's CFO Sees Slowing in U.K.'s Retail Economy

Landsec's CFO Sees Slowing in U.K.'s Retail Economy 05:32

Nov.14 -- Martin Greenslade, chief financial officer at Landsec, discusses Brexit negotiations, U.K.'s retail sector and the company's valuation. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
Source: Bloomberg Global Business -

News video: EU Signs Defense Pact In Decades-Long Quest

EU Signs Defense Pact In Decades-Long Quest 00:37

On Monday, France and Germany edged toward achieving a 70-year-old ambition to integrate European defenses. They signed a pact with 21 other EU governments to fund, develop and deploy armed forces..
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Boris Johnson visits Simon Coveney in Dublin... and they're already disagreeing in early morning press conference

boris johnson visits simon coveney in dublin... and they're already disagreeing in early morning press conference
A massive gulf between Ireland and the UK in the Brexit negotiations was in clear evidence as Boris Johnson arrived in Dublin today.
Belfast Telegraph

Boris Johnson appeals to EU to green Brexit trade talks during Dublin visit

boris johnson appeals to eu to green brexit trade talks during dublin visit
Boris Johnson has issued a new call for the EU to give the green light for the second phase of the Brexit negotiations to begin.
Belfast Telegraph

Britain's Johnson says work to be done to solve Irish border issue

DUBLIN (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Friday the UK government was not minimizing the issue of the Irish border in Brexit negotiations and would work with Dublin to solve..
Reuters

Why Brexit troubles Ireland

The “Irish question” continues to loom over the Brexit negotiations. Matthew Partridge reports. The post Why Brexit troubles Ireland was first published on MoneyWeek.
MoneyWeek

Editor's Notes: Welcome signs the City is moving up the government’s agenda

editor's notes: welcome signs the city is moving up the government’s agenda
Not before time, the City seems to have found its way into the mainstream of the government’s Brexit thinking. Last week, Brexit secretary David Davis made his first speech in the Square Mile at..
City A.M.

Labour would not spend any money preparing for no deal

labour would not spend any money preparing for no deal
John McDonnell's comments will leave Labour open to the charge it could be blackmailed by Europe if it were running the Brexit negotiations.
MailOnline

EU parliament's Brexit negotiator: 'Not so pessimistic' about reaching deal

BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Union and Britain must quickly solve major issues in Brexit negotiations such as finances and citizens' rights but there is a good chance a deal can be reached, European..
Reuters

The pause in CPI may be welcome but it’s Brexit the Bank is worried about

the pause in cpi may be welcome but it’s brexit the bank is worried about
Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney, will have breathed a sigh of relief on Tuesday, after official figures showed Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) held steady at 3% in October. Yes, that’s still..
City A.M.

Mr Hammond, this is what the accountancy profession wants from the Budget

mr hammond, this is what the accountancy profession wants from the budget
Uncertainty has been the buzzword of the year for British business. While the return of the Autumn Budget may have an air of novelty, many of the economic challenges facing the UK are all..
City A.M.

Wage growth stayed flat in September as unemployment fell again

wage growth stayed flat in september as unemployment fell again
The pound fell this morning after official data showed wage growth stayed flat in the three months to November as unemployment dipped again. Earnings (both including and excluding bonuses) grew 2.2..
City A.M.

Germany leads growth in the Eurozone economy higher

germany leads growth in the eurozone economy higher
A strong performance from the German economy in the third quarter of the year helped the Eurozone to sustain its impressive momentum, according to the latest national figures published today. GDP..
City A.M.

Land Securities boss says Brexit negotiations are progressing too slowly


Telegraph.co.uk

May to be grilled by rebel and pro-Remain MPs next month

may to be grilled by rebel and pro-remain mps next month
Theresa May is to be grilled by a committee of MPs days after the critical December European Council meeting, where the EU27 will decide whether "sufficient progress" has been made on Brexit..
City A.M.

CBI: 'Pick up the pace' on Brexit talks

cbi: 'pick up the pace' on brexit talks
The head of the CBI says business wants the UK and Europe to speed up Brexit negotiations.
BBC News

Pound under pressure: 4 factors testing the currency

Traders focus on Theresa May’s fragile position and stalled Brexit negotiations
FT.com

Progress in Brexit talks is urgently needed: Germany

BERLIN (Reuters) - Time is ticking on Brexit negotiations between Britain and the European Union and there is real urgency to make progress, a German government spokesman said on Monday.
Reuters

Bookies' odds shorten on Theresa May departing this month

bookies' odds shorten on theresa may departing this month
Bookmakers' odds on Theresa May resigning have shortened again, and the Prime Minister is now 5/2 to resign her post this month, according to Paddy Power.  The betting firm said the new odds are..
City A.M.

The pound is tumbling on Theresa May's political woes

the pound is tumbling on theresa may's political woes
The pound tumbled against both the dollar and the euro in the early hours of today after a catalogue of woes hit the Prime Minister over the weekend.  Sterling was 0.9 per cent lower against the..
City A.M.


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