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Brexit latest: VAT receipt slowdown in April points to weakening consumers

Brexit latest: VAT receipt slowdown in April points to weakening consumers
By Ben Chu Economics Editor                   The month saw the weakest year-on-year expansion of receipts since last August A sharp slowdown in VAT receipts growth contributed to ...

Brussels sets rules for Brexit regulatory agencies fight

Brussels sets rules for Brexit regulatory agencies fight
By: Alex Barker and Paul McClean July deadline for bids for medicines and banking bodies ahead of October vote Brussels has issued its criteria for deciding the post-Brexit home of two London-based EU agencies, setting the stage for a five-month battle ...

EU ministers agree tough Brexit mandate

EU ministers agree tough Brexit mandate
By: Alex Barker and Paul McClean in Brussels Germany warned that the reality of Brexit had yet to “break through” in London on Tuesday as the EU unanimously agreed an uncompromising negotiating mandate for exit talks.  EU ministers endorsed 18 pages...

EU insists trade deals must meet its labour and competition standards

EU insists trade deals must meet its labour and competition standards
By Jennifer Rankin in Brussels Competition commissioner sees agreement with Canada as model but says deal with Brexit UK would be different  Countries seeking a trade deal with the EU should meet European standards on labour law and fair ...

JP Morgan appears to make good on Brexit threat with new Dublin office

 JP Morgan appears to make good on Brexit threat with new Dublin office
By Jill Treanor US bank buys landmark building capable of doubling its Ireland headcount to 1,000 staff US bank JP Morgan is buying a landmark office building in Dublin in a significant boost for the Irish capital as European cities compete to lure ...

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