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Lloyd's of London plans to open Brussels office by middle of 2018

Lloyd's of London plans to open Brussels office by middle of 2018
By Julia Kollewe Lloyd’s chief executive Inga Beale says move will ensure business can carry on without interruption when UK leaves EU Lloyd’s of London aims to have a new Brussels office up and running by the middle of next year, after the ...

May ready to compromise as Brexit letter heads for Brussels

May ready to compromise as Brexit letter heads for Brussels
By: George Parker in London and Alex Barker in Brussels No 10 anxious to avoid acrimonious divorce after setting Article 50 process in motion Theresa May signed the historic letter that starts Britain’s exit from the EU on Tuesday evening, amid new ...

The negotiator: Brexit talks to be Theresa May’s toughest test

The negotiator: Brexit talks to be Theresa May’s toughest test
By: George Parker and Alex Barker Prime minister deals in facts not relationships but she will also need ingenuity It is October 2018 and Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, pronounces that there is no more to be said: the leaders of 27 EU ...

Why becoming a tax haven would be bad news for Britain

Why becoming a tax haven would be bad news for Britain
By Richard Murphy Theresa May and Philip Hammond have warned the EU that if they don’t like the Brexit deal, they could turn the UK into a tax haven. The truth is that being ‘offshore’ means being unfair and undemocratic – and you still pay tax 1 ...

Brexit means the end of single market access for London

Brexit means the end of single market access for London
By: Christian Noyer Will London’s financial institutions lose access to the single market after the UK leaves the EU? When one looks at the legal framework, underlying logic and, in particular, precedents from the European Economic ...

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