Although Britain has opted out of the EU, Theresa May has stated it will still continue to play a full part in discussions on matters related to the European Union. Her warning that it would take nearly a decade to… Read More ›
With Theresa May’s government advancing the date by when she intends on triggering Brexit talks, clearly she has a strategy in mind and is keeping her cards very close to her chest. While her flamboyant Brexit minister generates enough noise… Read More ›
As per the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, the lack of clarity on how Theresa May’s government plans on accessing EU’s single market bloc could have serious consequences for Britain’s famed financial district.
Following Brexit and the devaluation of the British pound, British companies have become more interesting for companies looking to expand. U.S. based Twenty-First-Century Fox is in exploratory acquisition talks with British broadcaster Sky in could be a blockbuster deal. As… Read More ›
Theresa May sees a friend in Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo since Poland too has called for reforms within the EU; Poland has ~830,000 citizens living in in Britain who have been harassed following Britain’s historic vote. British Prime Minister… Read More ›
The British government has gone on appeal on a London High court ruling which stated that parliamentary approval will have to be required before she triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. In what can be stated to be the… Read More ›
Can the EU risk giving Britain a unique deal of restricted immigration and unrestricted access to its single market? The exception could become the rule. According to Britain’s minister who is charged with negotiating Brexit, the country is pushing for… Read More ›
Britain will need to address and charter a course for improving its relationship with the world’s largest trading block before it can deal with the aftershock of its historic decision. As per Britain’s independent budget regulator, the publication of next… Read More ›