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Brexit deal News
Brexit deal: Nissan to start building next-generation Juke car at UK plant
Thu, Oct 10, 2019
Nissan is ending the night shift at the Sunderland plant and the overall headcount of staff will be a little lower at around 6,000 as it focuses on ramping up the new vehicle.
British PM Theresa May seeks changes to Brexit deal as EU stands firm
Tue, Jan 29, 2019
May insists her agreement can still win Parliament's backing, if it is tweaked to alleviate concerns about a contentious provision over the Irish border.
UK immigration policy: Britain will be open to best and brightest from India, says minister
Thu, Jan 17, 2019
The UK officials on Wednesday visited New Delhi for the Migration Dialogue with the Indian government about a month after the British government unveiled its post-Brexit visas and immigration strategy that seeks to remove cap on highly-skilled migrants.
Brexit deal: British MPs to vote on Theresa May's divorce agreement on January 15
Tue, Jan 08, 2019
May confirmed the House of Commons will cast its judgment on her withdrawal deal next week, a month after she postponed the vote in the face of certain defeat. But she is still struggling to convince both opposition lawmakers and her own Conservative party to back the divorce agreement, heightening fears Britain could leave the EU on March 29 without a deal.
Brexit impact: Britain's retail sector axed 150,000 jobs in 2018
Mon, Dec 24, 2018
And more gloom is forecast next year as retailers continue to struggle in anticipation of Britain's departure from the European Union. "While parliament is obsessed with Brexit, business rates and low growth are killing the high street," said Professor Joshua Bamfield, who is director of the CRR consultancy.
British PM Theresa May's government faces contempt vote over Brexit legal advice
Tue, Dec 04, 2018
Opposition parties and the small Northern Irish party that props up May`s minority government are furious that it only provided an outline of the legal basis for its Brexit deal after parliament voted to be given the full advice. They put forward a motion, to be voted on later on Tuesday, that would find ministers in contempt of parliament and order the immediate publication of the advice.
Global Markets: Dollar, US yields fall on Fed comments; Brexit divorce deal casts shadow
Fri, Nov 16, 2018
Wall Street`s main indexes were little changed in initial trading. Disappointing forecasts by chip companies Nvidia Corp and Applied Materials weighed on sentiment, but that may have been countered by prospects of a less-aggressive path of rate hikes following comments from Richard Clarida, the newly appointed vice chair of the Federal Reserve.
Brexit divource deal: UK PM Theresa May soldiers on amid ongoing rebellion
Fri, Nov 16, 2018
The current draft is a provisional agreement until both sides can agree on a final pact for their future trading relationship and sets out commitments over citizens' rights after Brexit, the proposed 21-month transition period, and a 39 billion-pound so-called "divorce bill" that the UK would pay as a price to exit the economic bloc.
Brexit divorce deal: Indian-origin minister leads resignations in fresh jolt for Theresa May
Thu, Nov 15, 2018
Minutes after Vara stepped down as Northern Ireland minister, Prime Minister May was hit by a bigger blow as her Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned from the Cabinet saying he "cannot in good conscience" support the draft of the withdrawal agreement with the 28-member bloc.
Brexit deal hits global markets; Oil seeks floor, stocks tumble, sterling braces for wild swings
Wed, Nov 14, 2018
European shares fell as much as 1.2 percent after data showed the German economy contracted for the first time since 2015, tracking similar losses in Asia where data in Japan and China underscored worries about weaker growth.
Brexit deal: British, EU negotiators reach a framework agreement
Tue, Nov 13, 2018
A European source said a technical agreement had been struck but still needed political approval both on the British and European sides. Ireland's public broadcaster RTE cited two government sources saying a text crucially resolves the Irish border issue -- a key sticking point.
Leaving EU without deal would damage UK non-financial services
Wed, Mar 22, 2017
Airlines have called on the government to speed up plans for aviation because the deadline for preparing post-Brexit flight schedules is fast approaching.