Keeping London Open Post-Brexit - City, University of London (press release)

City, University of London has signed an open letter calling on Government to maintain London's strength as the engine of the UK economy during Brexit negotiations. The open letter to Brexit Secretary, David Davis MP, was published in The Telegraph and ...

Brexit: London worst hit, over 70000 jobs losses - Vanguard

London will suffer from Brexit more than other regions of the UK, with the financial sector expected to lose up to 70,000 jobs, a report of the UK-based think tank Centre for London said on Thursday. “The risks to London's economy, from the loss of ...

Hard Brexit could be 'catastrophic' for the City of London and cost 70000 jobs, say experts - The Independent

Leaving the European Single Market with no trade deal would be “catastrophic” for London and could result in the loss of 70,000 City jobs, a new report has warned. The Centre for London think tank said UK regions should have devolved power over ...

'If the EU determines over time that they want to move a lot more jobs out of London into the EU, they can simply ... - Yahoo News UK

LONDON – European Union authorities will be able to "dictate" to banks to move jobs out of London if the UK loses its financial passporting rights as a result of Brexit, JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said. "If the EU determines over time that they want to ...

Seize the Brexit opportunity to rethink property tax in London - City A.M.

Richard Brown is research director at Centre for London. Richard has worked at t [..] Show more. London Wealth Continues To Grow. We have a council tax system based on property valuations from 1991 (Source: Getty). Richard Brown. Over the past 25 ...