• Hard Brexit will disrupt UK business, says Irish bank chief

    Hard Brexit will disrupt UK business, says Irish bank chief

    • November 29, 2018

    By Cate McCurry, Press Association A hard Brexit will lead to a disruptive environment for British businesses, the Central Bank of Ireland has warned. It also said that the uncertainty surrounding the transition deal and final outcome of Brexit has had a “chilling effect” on investment in the UK. Central Bank chief Philip Lane said

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  • French president Emmanuel Macron ‘speechless with rage’ at Brexit fishing deal

    French president Emmanuel Macron ‘speechless with rage’ at Brexit fishing deal

    • November 29, 2018

    By Dan O’Donoghue and Harriet Line, Press Association Political Staff French President Emmanuel Macron was “speechless with rage” over agreements between the EU and UK on fishing post Brexit, Michael Gove has said. The Environment Secretary told MPs that the Government’s deal on fisheries had caused “anger” in Paris as he reaffirmed the UK would

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  • £711bn of assets tipped to leave London for Frankfurt due to Brexit

    £711bn of assets tipped to leave London for Frankfurt due to Brexit

    • November 29, 2018

    By Maryam Cockar, Press Association City Reporter London is expected to lose a mammoth 800 billion euro (£711 billion) of assets as lenders shift operations to Frankfurt in preparation for Brexit. Frankfurt Main Finance, the German city’s lobby group, said 30 out of 37 financial institutions which have applied to the European Central Bank for

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  • Theresa may agrees to take part in TV debate on Brexit deal

    Theresa may agrees to take part in TV debate on Brexit deal

    • November 29, 2018

    By Sherna Noah and Alain Tolhurst, Press Association Theresa May has accepted an offer to take part in a TV debate on her Brexit deal, the BBC has said. The broadcaster also said it hopes “to hear soon from the Labour Party” on whether leader Jeremy Corbyn will join the TV event, which will air

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  • Non-EU net migration up while EU figure continues to fall

    Non-EU net migration up while EU figure continues to fall

    • November 29, 2018

    By Hayden Smith, Press Association Home Affairs Correspondent Net migration to the UK from outside the European Union has hit its highest level in 14 years – but the figure from within the EU continues to show a post-Brexit vote fall. Nearly a quarter of a million more non-EU nationals arrived to live in the

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  • Government paper lays bare impact of no-deal Brexit on security cooperation

    Government paper lays bare impact of no-deal Brexit on security cooperation

    • November 29, 2018

    Britain will lose access to EU databases used by police to track terrorists and criminals in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to an official analysis. The paper provides the most detailed Government assessment to date of the potential impact on security and law enforcement ties if no agreement is struck. UK agencies would

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