U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is facing a fiscal hit if bankers carry out their threat to quit London to protect their businesses against Brexit. As Hammond prepares to loosen the nation's purse strings next month, he's being warned that the government's coffers will suffer if banks shift jobs and operations overseas to ensure continued access to the European Union.
London - UK Prime Minister Theresa May marks her 100th day in office today following a clash with her European counterparts. With Brexit beginning to take shape May attended her first EU summit on Thursday, where she told fellow leaders that she hoped Brexit would cause as little disruption as possible.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May marks her 100th day in office today following a clash with her European counterparts. With Brexit beginning to take shape May attended her first EU summit on Thursday, where she told fellow leaders that she hoped Brexit would cause as little disruption as possible.
There's no turning back from Brexit. That's the message U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will deliver today as she attends her first summit of European Union leaders in Brussels. Her underscoring of "Brexit means Brexit" will dash any lingering hope of a reversal, and fan speculation she's looking for a clean break from the region's single market and customs union.
The trial over whether Prime Minister Theresa May can unilaterally begin Brexit talks ended Tuesday with the three judges promising to make a decision quickly. At stake is whether Parliament should be allowed a role in deciding when to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which starts the process of withdrawing from the European Union.
It could take the UK "many years" to establish fresh trade deals with fellow members of the World Trade Organisation once it has left the European Union, the chief economist of the Geneva-based body said.
The joke among British football managers is that when your team's chairman expresses full confidence in your skills then your days in the job are numbered. If the same applied to policy makers, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney might be feeling nervous today after Prime Minister Theresa May endorsed both.
It could take the U.K. "many years" to establish fresh trade deals with fellow members of the World Trade Organization once it has left the European Union, the chief economist of the Geneva-based body said. Now inside the WTO as one of the EU's 28 nations, leaving the bloc will require the U.K.
What exactly is Theresa May's plan for taking Britain out of the European Union? Everyone from British politicians to bankers and foreign governments wants to know the answer. Officials in her office tell Bloomberg's Rob Hutton it's the wrong question to ask.
Just when you finally grasped the meaning of "Brexit," the subject grows more complicated. In London and the capitals of continental Europe, political leaders are preparing to discuss the terms and conditions of the U.K.'s coming separation from the European Union.
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