UK presses on with Brexit rules rewrite; EU calls it illegal

LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson signalled Monday that a plan to rip up parts of the post-Brexit trade deal he signed with the European Union could become law by the end of the year.

Six years on, the cold reality of Brexit is hitting Britain

Séamus Boland, Mel Wood, Steven Lorber and Ian Arnott examine the consequences of Britain leaving the EUReading about Brexit and its emerging realities on the sixth anniversary of the UK voting to...

UK presses on with Brexit rules rewrite; EU calls it illegal

LONDON (AP) — Britain is ramping up a feud with the European Union by pressing on with a plan to rip up parts of the post-Brexit trade deal it signed with the bloc.Legislation that rewrites trade...

Stock Markets Today: Russia default; G-7 Ukraine; Brexit deal; emissions fund

Stock Markets Today: Russia default; G-7 Ukraine; Brexit deal; emissions fund  Bloomberg

UK presses on with changes to Brexit deal despite EU opposition

LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government will press ahead on Monday with legislation to scrap rules on post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland, setting up further clashes with...

UK Data Subject Access Requests Hang In The Balance

While the Pandemic, Ukraine War and Cost of Living Crisis complicate an assessment of how good or bad Brexit will ultimately be for the UK, it’s clear that the government hasn’t completed the...

Pats on back, all smiles as Macron, Johnson appear to bury hatchet for G7

By John Irish SCHLOSS ELMAU, Germany -French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appeared to bury the hatchet on Sunday on the sidelines of the G7 summit a year...

Tory donor and Vladimir Putin associate facing forgery charges in Luxembourg

Former Formula One team boss Gérard Lopez, who gave £400,000 to Conservatives, has been charged after investigationA Tory donor who has been described as a friend of Vladimir Putin, and who...

Brexit and other offensive words starting with the letter B

The philosopher Harry G Frankfurt’s book on dishonesty offers a valuable insight into the Johnsonian mindsetI would love to have been a fly on the wall when the subject of the EU came up during...

Stab-in-the-back: the nasty old myth that Brexiters are exploiting to explain away the disaster

Lord Frost and others are reinventing a tactic used by the beaten German generals in 1918The mediocrity of Lord “Frosty” Frost isn’t ordinary. There is an epic quality to his failings. The...

What have we done?’: six years on, UK counts the cost of Brexit

Sectors from fishing to aviation, farming to science report being bogged down in red tape, struggling to recruit staff and racking up losses for the first timeOn 23 June 2016, Geoffrey Betts, the...

Russia to default for first time in a century as payment deadline looms

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Rabo: The Market Is Telling The Fed That After September They Are Done

Rabo: The Market Is Telling The Fed That After September They Are Done By Michael Every of Rabobank Hopium and despairium ‘Asia Risk Assets Poised for Goldilocks Friday’, says...

Shanghai's fashion stores struggle to clear lockdown stock hangover

By Casey Hall SHANGHAI -Almost a month since Shanghai lifted its strict COVID-19 lockdowns, fashion retailers are stuck with piles of unsold stock as cautious consumers stay away from the...

Chile's Codelco and workers reach agreement to end strike

By Natalia A. Ramos Miranda SANTIAGO -Union leaders at Chile's state-owned mining firm Codelco, the world's largest copper producer, reached an agreement with the company on Thursday to end a...

Labour unveils plans to seek limited changes to Brexit deal

David Lammy, the shadow foreign secretary, confirms party won’t seek to rejoin single market or EU blocLabour has broken its long silence on Brexit, laying out detailed plans to improve, not...

Morgan Stanley’s Wilson Says Chance of Recession Still Below 50%

-- Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson, a stock-market bear who predicted this year’s selloff, isn’t yet ready to join the growing chorus of prominent Wall Street voices saying a US recession is...

Fed's Powell says commitment to curbing inflation is 'unconditional'

- The Federal Reserve's commitment to reining in 40-year-high inflation is "unconditional" but also comes with the risk of higher unemployment, U.S. central bank chief Jerome Powell said on...

Analysis: UK's Brexit woes threaten another flagship policy

By Andy Bruce LONDON - Dashed hopes, so far at least, that Brexit would tilt Britain's economy towards growth driven by trade and investment are threatening another of Prime Minister Boris...

David Frost insists Brexit is working and claims critics have 'axe to grind'

The UK's former chief Brexit negotiator defends Brexit on the sixth anniversary of the EU referendum, when Britain voted to leave the EU. Speaking at the annual conference of the UK in a Changing...

Does David Frost’s claim that Brexit is working stack up?

Analysis: From economic impact to Northern Ireland protocol, former chief negotiator has given his verdictOn 23 June 2016, slightly more than half of the UK, 51.9%, voted to leave the European...

Union boss Mick Lynch is a media star

The RMT leader’s clarity and conviction are a surprise only because old union hands have long been sidelinedThis week, the RMT union leader, Mick Lynch, has done something that no political figure...

7 places giving away land or money to move there

If you've joined the remote-work revolution, you might have the opportunity to move wherever you want for the first time in your career. If you're looking for a change of pace in a brand-new...

Brexit is making cost of living crisis worse, new study claims

EU withdrawal fuelling higher import costs and costing British workers nearly £500 a year, says Resolution FoundationBritain’s cost of living crisis is being made worse by Brexit dragging down the...

Brexit Has Made UK Less Open and Competitive, Study Finds

Brexit Has Made UK Less Open and Competitive, Study Finds  Bloomberg

After Brexit, I have to pay £55 to release my husband’s present

A reader writes that a rucksack bought online was held in customs until they paid upI bought a rucksack from online marketplace Wardow as a present for my husband. It came to £217 and I was...

Flight cancellations and delays: how to claim against an airline

The recent travel chaos in the UK has left many passengers delayed, stranded and out of pocketAirline passengers are being left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after weeks of travel chaos. Some...

The deafening silence over Brexit’s economic fallout

As economists start to quantify the damage from leaving the EU, a tentative debate has begun over how to soften the blow

UK manufacturers decry government 'gimmicks', want tax cuts

LONDON - Britain's main manufacturing lobby, Make UK, told the government to stop "short-term gimmicks" and cut taxes for the sector, as its members reported a significant slowdown in orders and...

Brexit: Plans to ditch parts of NI Protocol are economic vandalism - Irish PM

The UK government has published plans to get rid of parts of the post-Brexit deal it agreed with the EU.

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