It's back-to-work time for those charged with leading the U.K. out of the European Union. As Prime Minister Theresa May gathers the Cabinet today at her country retreat, known as Chequers, Bloomberg's Thomas Seal recaps here all that happened over the summer.
Britain's services sector is feeling pain from the Brexit vote. A report issued today by the Confederation of British Industry found optimism among professional service companies such as law firms fell at the fastest pace in almost five years while consumer companies such as restaurants reported the sharpest decline in sentiment since February 2009.
Charlie Oughton changed my opinion on so much that it's difficult to know where to start. Teaching media and culture-related subjects at both Regents and University of the Arts London, he combines the presenting styles of musical theatre and stand-up comedy with the informed discourse of a doctor of arts.
Acclaimed British film maker Alex Cox has just released a new book entitled Alex Cox: Introduction to Film. This action packed book defies convention, just like its maverick author, who discusses at length the intricacies of genre, camera angles and production values. Learning the rudiments of film making at UCLA, Los Angeles, in 1977, Alex has ...
Tod Davies might be not be a familiar name to many of you reading this piece, but she is better known than you may think. Have you seen Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas? She wrote the script with Alex Cox (and they had to fight for their work to be recognised).
By Simon Kennedy Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox. Technology companies are warning that leaving the European Union could end up blocking digital traffic and stifling a fast-growing part of the British economy.
Technology companies are warning that leaving the European Union could end up blocking digital traffic and stifling a fast-growing part of the British economy. That's because when consumers across the bloc go shopping online, their credit-card details and other personal information often zip across borders to giant data centers in the U.K., according to Bloomberg's Michael Scaturro.
The U.K.'s future relationship with the European Union will require a tailor-made solution, according to Germany, although Prime Minister Theresa May won't be able to cherry-pick the economic advantages. In an interview with Bloomberg, German Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Roth said what's clear is that Britain can't expect access to the bloc's common market unless it allows the free movement of workers that applies throughout the EU.
It's not just workers fretting about the yawning funding gaps in UK companies' pension plans. In the aftermath of the Brexit vote, investors are getting worried as well. Pension deficits have swelled since the 23 June referendum as the Bank of England's monetary stimulus forced down government bond yields.
It's not just workers fretting about funding gaps in U.K. companies' pension plans. In the aftermath of the Brexit vote, investors are getting worried as well. Pension deficits have swelled since the June 23 referendum as the Bank of England's monetary stimulus forced down government bond yields.
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