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European Parliament signals tough line on Brexit

European Parliament signals tough line on Brexit
By: Jim Brunsden, Alex Barker and Paul McClean in Brussels MEPs to demand UK continues to obey European courts and honour budget commitments The European Parliament will demand that Britain continue to obey European ...

Brexit bill approval overshadowed by Scotland referendum demands

Brexit bill approval overshadowed by Scotland referendum demands
By: George Parker, Kate Allen and Henry Mance May’s parliamentary victory upstaged by Sturgeon’s call for second independence vote Theresa May has crushed parliamentary resistance to Brexit after MPs and peers gave her a free hand...

Brexit talks: five key challenges facing Theresa May

Brexit talks: five key challenges facing Theresa May
By Larry Elliott Economics editor Ratings agency Fitch highlights potential obstacles, from the size of the EU ‘divorce’ settlement to Scottish independence Theresa May faces five key challenges as she embarks on the negotiations for the UK’s exit ...

No-deal Brexit 'would put UK in worst trading position of rich nations'

No-deal Brexit 'would put UK in worst trading position of rich nations'
By Peter Walker Political correspondent Research finds no G20 countries interact with EU without arrangements over trade, as UK could do if it leaves without deal If Britain leaves the European Union without a replacement trade deal its commercial links ...

Tax-take from highest earners to drop £700m post-Brexit

Tax-take from highest earners to drop £700m post-Brexit
By: Gemma Tetlow, Economics Correspondent  OBR says leading 10% will see wage growth slow as London diminishes as financial hub Britain is facing a £700m-a-year tax shortfall by 2020-21 because of Brexit’s impact on higher earners in ...

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