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City economists say Bank of England must hold interest rates

city economists say bank of england must hold interest rates
City economists are all but certain the Bank of England will not announce a rise in interest rates tomorrow, with City A.M.’s shadow monetary policy committee (MPC) voting unanimously to hold..
City A.M.

Commons set for Brexit vote showdown

commons set for brexit vote showdown
MPs will vote on how much of a say Parliament should get if there is no Brexit deal.
BBC News

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News video: This 'psychic' pig just predicted the World Cup

This 'psychic' pig just predicted the World Cup 01:16

Mystic Marcus is a pig from England who reportedly can predict the future with shocking accuracy. According to his owner, Marcus correctly called the election of Donald Trump and the outcome of the..
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News video: Prime Minister May Narrowly Avoids Rebellion Over Brexit Vote

Prime Minister May Narrowly Avoids Rebellion Over Brexit Vote 00:47

According to a report by Reuters, Prime Minister Theresa May won a vote in parliament on Tuesday, after offering a compromise on plans to give parliament a meaningful vote later this year on the terms..
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News video: Iain Dale Swiftly Demolishes Claim Brexit Vote Was Advisory

Iain Dale Swiftly Demolishes Claim Brexit Vote Was Advisory 01:44

Iain Dale Swiftly Demolishes Claim Brexit Vote Was Advisory
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News video: Data casts doubt on UK economy's rebound

Data casts doubt on UK economy's rebound 01:49

British factories had their worst month in five-and-a-half years in April, suggesting the economy's weak start to 2018 has persisted. And as Kate King reports, the fall out from Britain's..
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News video: Data casts doubt on UK economy's rebound

Data casts doubt on UK economy's rebound 01:49

British factories had their worst month in five-and-a-half years in April, suggesting the economy's weak start to 2018 has persisted. And as Kate King reports, the fall out from Britain's decision to..
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Daily briefing: Brexit vote showdown, PBoC appeals for calm, the world’s forgotten island

Tensions are high as the EU withdrawal bill returns to the House of Commons
FT.com

Theresa May's government narrowly wins key Brexit vote with concessions to lawmakers

The British government was rocked by a resignation and faced anger in Parliament over its Brexit plans Tuesday, but staved off defeat by offering concessions to lawmakers who want to soften the terms..
Firstpost

Ex-Cambridge Analytica boss admits getting Facebook data from researcher

The former head of Cambridge Analytica admitted on Wednesday his firm had received data from the researcher at the centre of a scandal over Facebook users' personal details, contradicting previous..
DNA

MI5 chief: Not aware outside influence determined outcome of Brexit vote

BERLIN (Reuters) - Britain's MI5 spy chief on Monday said he was not aware that outside influence determined the outcome of the British vote in 2016 to leave the European Union.
Reuters India

Exclusive: Jumping ship - Brexit-hit EU staff ditch UK passports

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - About one in 10 British civil servants at the European Commission has taken another EU nationality since the Brexit vote, but are nonetheless resigned to scant prospects of future..
Reuters India

Britons rushed for EU passports in Brexit vote year: data

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - The number of Britons becoming citizens of another EU country more than doubled in 2016, data showed, and more than quadrupled in Germany in a development Berlin put down to..
Reuters India

UK inflation slows in February as Brexit hit to pound fades

LONDON (Reuters) - British inflation was weaker than expected in February as the impact of the 2016 Brexit vote faded, easing some of the squeeze on households' spending power but doing little to..
Reuters India

Global stocks on longest slide since November as Fed caution hits

Facebook shares slumped 3.7 percent in premarket trading after reports that 50 million of its users` data had been misused by a political consultancy firm ahead of the 2016 U.S. election and Brexit..
Zee News

Net migration to UK still fading post-Brexit vote, businesses wary

LONDON (Reuters) - Net migration of European Union citizens into Britain almost halved in the 12 months to September, according to data that alarmed business groups who say Brexit is leaving companies..
Reuters India

UK economy unexpectedly picks up speed but Brexit effect still felt

LONDON, Jan 26 (Reuters) - British economic growth unexpectedly picked up speed in the last three months of 2017 in the lastest sign that the hit from the Brexit vote in 2016 was not as sharp as once..
Reuters India

UK economy will cope with Brexit hit as global economy grows: Economist Jim O'Neill

Britain's economy is likely to do better in 2018 than many forecasts suggest and the benefits of global growth in the coming years will "easily dwarf" any hit from leaving the European Union, former..
DNA

Second vote not undemocratic, Irish PM says on Brexit

STRASBOURG (Reuters) - It would not be "anti-democratic" for Britons to reverse their Brexit vote in a second referendum, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said at the European Parliament on Wednesday,..
Reuters India

Brexit vote may be reversed, says British campaigner Farage

LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage said on Sunday he was increasingly concerned that a vote for Britain to leave the European Union could be overturned by a powerful group of the bloc's..
Reuters India

Industry gives Brexit-bound UK economy a shot in the arm

LONDON (Reuters) - British industry enjoyed solid growth in November, benefiting from a global upturn that has allowed the economy to outperform gloomy forecasts made after 2016's Brexit vote, although..
Reuters India

'Youthquake' named word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries

Oxford Dictionaries on Friday declared "Youthquake" as the word of the year for 2017, owing to what it calls a "political awakening" among young voters. Youthquake is defined by Oxford Dictionary as..
Deccan Herald

Theresa May heads to Brussels with weakened hand, hours after her suffering defeat in key Brexit vote

British prime minister Theresa May headed to Brussels on Thursday, hours after Conservative Party rebels defeated the government in a key Brexit vote
Firstpost

Theresa May suffers major defeat in Parliament on Brexit vote; govt fears weakened hand in tough EU negotiations

Prime Minister Theresa May's government was defeated on Wednesday, when MPs forced through changes to its Brexit blueprint that ministers said could endanger Britain's departure from the European Union
Firstpost

Russians spent less than 1 GBP on ads during Brexit: Facebook

Downplaying claims that Kremlin-backed groups helped swing the Brexit vote in 2016, Facebook has told EU investigators that less than one pound was spent by Russians on ads posted on its platform..
BGR India

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