Number of EU citizens coming to Birmingham has plunged since Brexit vote That’s down from 17,568 registrations in the year ending September 2017 Tamworth Herald - Published 1 day ago
Flight from European stocks biggest since Brexit vote Almost $6bn in weekly outflows come on concerns over UK’s departure and continent’s growth FT.com - Published 2 days ago
Protesters Wear Blindfolds Ahead Of Brexit Vote
Demonstrators gathered in front of Parliament to call for a second referendum and to protest a 'blindfold Brexit', as MPs gathered to vote on Theresa May's deal.
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The Labour amendment put forward by Jeremy Corbyn has been defeated by 322 votes to 306 - a majority of 16. The amendment would have forced a new Commons Brexit vote by February 27.
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PM departs Parliament after winning key Brexit vote
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Parliament after winning the backing of MPs to demand the backstop be dropped from her Brexit deal.
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Corbyn calls for ‘no deal Brexit’ to be ruled out
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for Theresa May to confirm she will not opt for a ‘no deal Brexit’ following her vote of no confidence survival. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at..
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May's government wins confidence vote
Prime Minister Theresa May's government won a confidence vote in the British parliament on Wednesday, clearing the way for her to attempt to forge a consensus among lawmakers on a Brexit divorce..
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Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos
As parliament rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin, the Guardian went behind the scenes with three MPs who have dramatically opposing views: Suella Braverman, a Tory Brexiter;..
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May's Brexit defeat triggers new confidence vote
British lawmakers defeated Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin on Tuesday, triggering a new confidence vote and yet more political upheaval that could lead to a disorderly divorce..
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May makes final plea ahead of Brexit vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May urged lawmakers to back her Brexit deal on Tuesday, saying it was a historic decision that the country would live with for generations. Rough Cut (no reporter..
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Brexit vote ‘shambles’ blows hole in May’s authority Leader who has lost control of her party will struggle to win concessions in Brussels FT.com - Published 2 days ago
Brexit motion: How did my MP vote? Check how your MP voted in the latest Brexit vote. BBC News - Published 2 days ago Crabb rounds on Tory MPs after May's Brexit vote defeat The former Welsh secretary says rounds on Tory colleagues after the PM's fresh Commons Brexit defeat. BBC News - Published 2 days ago
UK PM May loses symbolic Brexit vote in parliament British Prime Minister Theresa May was defeated in a symbolic vote in parliament on her Brexit strategy on Thursday, undermining her negotiating strength in talks with the European Union to secure.. Reuters - Published 2 days ago
Brexit vote: Theresa May suffers embarrassing defeat as Tories rebel over no-deal anger Theresa May has suffered an embarrassing defeat over Brexit on a shambolic day for the government in the House of Commons. Independent - Published 2 days ago
Pro-Brexit Conservatives say they will abstain on Brexit vote A group of Conservative pro-Brexit lawmakers have decided to abstain on a vote on Thursday, two Conservative lawmakers said, in a blow to the Prime Minister Theresa May who is seeking parliament's.. Reuters - Published 2 days ago Brexit vote: Defeat for Theresa May would torpedo hopes of winning concessions from EU, says Liam Fox Eurosceptic Tories have been threatening to rebel on the government's Brexit motion Independent - Published 3 days ago
Britain is a 'diminished' country following Brexit vote, says Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte Netherlands welcoming international companies fleeing UK to keep access to single market Independent - Published 3 days ago
Theresa May faces defeat in no-deal Brexit vote PM allies fear MPs and quitting ministers will back amendment to stop UK crashing out FT.com - Published 3 days ago
Inflation, Brexit and slowing economic growth: it’s a busy week for Britain With another Brexit vote and inflation figures released in the UK, and US and China continuing to haggle over trade, John Stepek looks to the week ahead in the markets.
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Brexit referendum spurs British companies into investing in EU: research The 2016 Brexit vote spurred British companies into increasing investment in European Union countries sharply, likely at the expense of spending at home, an academic study showed on Monday. Reuters - Published 6 days ago UK Labour party targets Brexit vote pledge from May Keir Starmer to table amendment this week amid fears the PM is engaging in brinkmanship FT.com - Published 1 week ago
Keir Starmer: Two Brexit options left Sir Keir Starmer has defended support for a second referendum - insisting it would be irresponsible to scrap the option of another Brexit vote. Express and Star - Published 1 week ago Hundreds of European staff left Leicester hospitals after Brexit vote Now they're trying to avoid a repeat after March 29 Leicester Mercury - Published 1 week ago
Property funds on daily watch as outflows surge Retail investors pulled £315m in December, recalling Brexit vote panic FT.com - Published 1 week ago May to insist UK is not 'trapped' by Irish backstop as Corbyn reveals his five key Brexit demands The Prime Minister could delay the final Brexit vote until the end of February, after trying to convince Brussels to change the 'backstop plan' - but the Bloc is not likely to budge. MailOnline - Published 1 week ago
British services sector nearly stalls in January on Brexit angst Key survey of business activity hits lowest level since aftermath of Brexit vote FT.com - Published 2 weeks ago UK promised Nissan 80 million pounds of support for 2016 car investment: FT Britain promised about 80 million pounds ($104 million) in support to Nissan in 2016 as part of a major investment by the Japanese carmaker in its British car plant just four months after the Brexit.. Reuters - Published 2 weeks ago
Back on the Brexit merry-go-round, and what it means for your money After another Brexit vote in Parliament, it looks like we’re back where we were a week ago. John Stepek looks at the market’s reaction, and what’s likely to happen next.
The post Back on the.. MoneyWeek - Published 3 weeks ago Parliament vote will prompt UK Plc to accelerate no-deal plans: CBI British businesses are likely to accelerate their planning for a no-deal Brexit following the vote in parliament on Tuesday night that ordered the prime minister to renegotiate the divorce deal, the.. Reuters - Published 3 weeks ago
Brexit vote: May and Varadkar to hold talks The pair are expected to speak after MPs voted in favour of replacing the Irish backstop. BBC News - Published 3 weeks ago Pound resumes climb after Brexit vote Australian dollar jumps after inflation beats forecasts FT.com - Published 3 weeks ago
DUP react angrily to claim Brexit vote 'ripped up Good Friday Agreement' DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has reacted angrily to claims that an amendment to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has effectively "ripped up the Good Friday Agreement". Belfast Telegraph - Published 3 weeks ago Brexit vote: Good Friday Agreement ripped up, says SNP SNP MP Ian Blackford made the comment after MPs voted in favour of seeking changes to the Brexit deal. BBC News - Published 3 weeks ago Also reported by • BBC Local News
MPs' Brexit vote gives PM mandate to renegotiate deal claims Cairns Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns said MPs' Brexit vote on Tuesday showed the prime minister can negotiate deals. BBC News - Published 3 weeks ago Brexit vote: MPs give Theresa May's deal lifeline after backing plan for her renegotiating Irish backstop Theresa May's Brexit deal has been given a lifeline after MPs supported a plan to send her back to Brussels in a bid to renegotiate the 'Irish backstop'. Independent - Published 3 weeks ago
Brexit vote latest: Amendment to stop no-deal Brexit in March fails to receive MPs' backing A plan to prevent a no-deal Brexit in March by giving MPs the power to request an extension to Article 50 has failed to receive the backing of the Commons. Independent - Published 3 weeks ago Investors prepare for UK pound tumult ahead of Commons vote Implied volatility rises to highest level since mid-January Brexit vote FT.com - Published 3 weeks ago
Brexit vote: Pound value will jump if MPs reject no-deal outcome, analysts predict Sterling set to rise if Commons vote in favour of amendments postponing Article 50 or giving MPs more power over EU departure Independent - Published 3 weeks ago FTSE LIVE: Royal Mail warns of dwindling letter numbers; Weakness overseas eats into Domino's Pizza The pound has taken a tumble this morning, helping push the FTSE 100 up 0.5 per cent, as the City braces for the outcome of the Plan B Brexit vote, scheduled for later today. MailOnline - Published 3 weeks ago