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Under its leader Jeremy Corbyn, the opposition Labour party, has tried to appeal to both sides of the Brexit divide, but it was always a policy doomed to fail.
Syriza was a coalition of left-wing parties which has ruled Greece since 2015 when the patience of the Greek people with the nation’s traditional parties wore out.
Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major stock markets with markets reacting well to news of the resumption (for now) of US-China trade talks on the back of the G20 meeting.
An outcome of the recent G20 summit in Osaka, Japan was that the US and Chinese presidents, Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, have agreed that trade talks between the two nations aimed at resolving their trade war will reconvene.
According to the latest IHS Markit and Chartered Institute for Procurement and Supply (CIPS) survey, the UK economy is heading for a contraction when the quarterly data is released by the Office for National Statistics.
With the election of a new European parliament, the mandates of the Presidents of the European Council and the European Commission are coming to the end of their terms.
The idea (well…) behind Brexit was that it would free the UK from Brussels’ bureaucracy and allow it to strike free trade deals with nations all over the world.
The final trading session for the week marked the end of the month and Q2 of 2019. This summary provides the weekly and monthly data.
Advocates of Brexit have dismissed any negative projections about its negative consequences as “Project Fear”.
Critics of the referendum campaign to remain in the EU accused it of scaremongering, of implying that the UK would suffer severe, immediate economic consequences from any decision to leave.
The election of the new leader will be decided by postal ballot with the ballots to be distributed by the 8th of July
The latest meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of England has decided to keep its powder dry and leave the interest rate where it has been since August of 2018 at 0.75%.
Last week was yet another positive affair for the world’s major stock markets.
The British handling of Brexit has often been described in the UK press as “can kicking” whereby any critical decision is delayed to the greatest extent possible – “kicking the can further down the road”.
It is certain that the next leader of the Tory Party, and therefore the next PM, will be a man since the only two female contenders (Esther McVey and Andrea Leadsom) were eliminated after the first vote.