Hammond plays down Brexit delay increasing chance of second vote
May 7, 2019

Time likely to be too tight for referendum before end of October, says chancellor

Philip Hammond has played down the possibility that the UK could use the delay to Brexit to hold a second referendum and stressed that he still Continue reading

‘Golden passports’ threaten European security, warns EU commissioner
November 15, 2018

Exclusive: citizenship for sale under increasing scrutiny from governments and security agencies

Europes security is being put at risk by so-called golden passport schemes that have allowed states to sell citizenship or residency to potentially dangerous individuals, the EU justice Continue reading

Trump’s trade war with China and Europe will hit global growth  IMF
October 13, 2018

UKs outlook for 2019 stays at 1.5% but previous forecast for 1.3% this year cut to 1.1%

Donald Trumps trade war with China and Europe is forecast to hit global growth this year and reverberate through 2019, the International Monetary Continue reading