Brexit News: What’s Happening with Brexit Negotiations?

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Published: 09/10/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

Ever since the UK voted to leave the EU in June 2016, Brexit has been a recurring topic of conversation for a whole heap of different reasons. There is still a lot of debate as […]

EU ‘Terrified’ UK Farmers Could Make British Champagne Post Brexit

EU 'Terrified' UK Farmers Could Make British Champagne Post Brexit
 
Published: 20/02/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

EU officials are reportedly “terrified” that UK farmers could start producing foods which are currently protected under EU law. Current EU laws protect around 1,200 foodstuffs, giving them what is known as a “geographical indication” […]

Parliament Votes in Favour of Triggering Article 50

Parliament votes in favour of triggering Article 50
 
Published: 06/02/2017 and written by Robert Rosen

The UK government has voted in favour of triggering Article 50. Theresa May can now start the formal process for the UK to exit the EU, and begin negotiations. A 78 page ‘White Paper’ has […]

Bank of England to Keep Interest Rates at 0.25% Until 2019

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Published: 03/02/2017 and written by Emily Rose

The Bank of England is expected to keep interest rates at their record low of 0.25% until 2019. A poll carried out by News Agency, Reuters, found that 66 out of 67 economists believe interest […]

Supreme Court Rules Parliament to be Given Vote on Brexit

Supreme Court rules parliament to be given vote on Brexit
 
Published: 25/01/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

The Supreme Court has ruled that Article 50 cannot be triggered without a parliamentary vote. Prime Minister Theresa May cannot begin talks with members of the EU until MPs have given their backing. UK based […]

20,000 Jobs Set to Move Abroad Ahead of Brexit

20,000 jobs to move abroad ahead of Brexit
 
Published: 05/01/2017 and written by Patrick Smith

More than 20,000 jobs are likely to move abroad in the next few months, as the UK prepares for Brexit, according to Parisian company, Europlace. Paris will compete with other European cities, such as Frankfurt, […]