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Outside the EU we can set all our taxes as low or high as we like – our Chancellor ought to relish that freedom - The Sun;

Outside the EU we can set all our taxes as low or high as we like – our Chancellor ought to relish that freedom - The Sun

The SunOutside the EU we can set all our taxes as low or high as we like – our Chancellor ought to relish that freedomThe SunOUTSIDE the EU we can set all our taxes as low or high as we like. Our Chancellor, of all people, ought to relish that freedom. But Philip Hammond, in yet another blunder, assures the French we won't lower them dramatically because it would be “unfair ...and more »

Banks May Be Hit With $50 Billion Capital Needs After Brexit - Bloomberg;

Banks May Be Hit With $50 Billion Capital Needs After Brexit - Bloomberg

BloombergBanks May Be Hit With $50 Billion Capital Needs After BrexitBloombergBanks may need to find $30 billion to $50 billion of additional capital to support new European units in the aftermath of a hard Brexit, according to Oliver Wyman Inc. The extra money is equivalent to 15 percent to 30 percent of the capital that ...and more »

Brexit minister: 'We'll still welcome people with talent' - Bournemouth Echo;

Brexit minister: 'We'll still welcome people with talent' - Bournemouth Echo

Bournemouth EchoBrexit minister: 'We'll still welcome people with talent'Bournemouth EchoBRITAIN will continue to welcome foreigners who want to work here even after Brexit, a government minister has insisted on a visit to Dorset. Robin Walker, a minister at the Department for Exiting the European Union, was in Poole to speak to ...and more »

Brexit: Senior Tories warn ministers to 'shut up' and let David Davis get on with his job - Daily Star;

Brexit: Senior Tories warn ministers to 'shut up' and let David Davis get on with his job - Daily Star

Daily StarBrexit: Senior Tories warn ministers to 'shut up' and let David Davis get on with his jobDaily StarChancellor Philip Hammond, First Secretary of State Damian Green and Home Secretary Amber Rudd have all been warned to button it. Party bigwigs are fed-up with differing views being broadcast, making the Government look in chaos.and more »

Brexit projected to push up banks' costs 4% and capital needs 30% - Financial Times;

Brexit projected to push up banks' costs 4% and capital needs 30% - Financial Times

Financial TimesBrexit projected to push up banks' costs 4% and capital needs 30%Financial TimesBrexit will push up costs for banks by as much as 4 per cent and their capital requirements will rise up to 30 per cent, according to the most detailed assessment yet of what Britain's departure from the EU means for the sector. The findings by ...and more »

Brexit to end rights of European citizens - Newshub;

Brexit to end rights of European citizens - Newshub

NewshubBrexit to end rights of European citizensNewshubThe automatic right of European Union citizens to live and work in Britain will end in March 2019 with Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman says, after her ministers publicly differed over the shape of the divorce with the EU. Since May's ...and more »

Over 40% of UK Citizens Favor Transitional Deal With EU on Brexit - Poll - Sputnik International;

Over 40% of UK Citizens Favor Transitional Deal With EU on Brexit - Poll - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalOver 40% of UK Citizens Favor Transitional Deal With EU on Brexit - PollSputnik InternationalMore than 40 percent of UK nationals would choose to leave the European Union after the scheduled exit date in March 2019, securing a transitional agreement with Brussels, a new poll showed on Monday. A supporter is seen wearing a United Kingdom ...and more »

Brexit could quickly unravel. Philip Hammond's transition plan can keep it on track - Telegraph.co.uk;

Brexit could quickly unravel. Philip Hammond's transition plan can keep it on track - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBrexit could quickly unravel. Philip Hammond's transition plan can keep it on trackTelegraph.co.ukI explained to them that this really is a democracy. The electorate voted to leave the EU, and therefore we leave. What is more, the number of people who voted to do so was higher than the number of votes cast for any government in our history. To me ...and more »

Analysis: how Boris Johnson's silence forced Downing Street to rein in Philip Hammond - Telegraph.co.uk;

Analysis: how Boris Johnson's silence forced Downing Street to rein in Philip Hammond - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAnalysis: how Boris Johnson's silence forced Downing Street to rein in Philip HammondTelegraph.co.ukOfficially, at least, nothing has changed, to borrow a phrase from the Prime Minister. According to Downing Street, Monday's briefing to journalists about Theresa May's views on free movement and the Brexit transition period was simply re-stating the ...and more »

Britain to Deepen Trade Globally as Brexit Looms in 2019: Hammond - U.S. News & World Report;

Britain to Deepen Trade Globally as Brexit Looms in 2019: Hammond - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportBritain to Deepen Trade Globally as Brexit Looms in 2019: HammondU.S. News & World ReportBritain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, leaves 11 Downing Street, in central London, Britain July 17, 2017. REUTERS/Tolga Akmen Reuters. BRASILIA (Reuters) - Britain will seek to deepen ties with trading partners around the world, ...and more »

UK Anti-Brexit Bloc Deliberately Creates Uncertainty to Derail Withdrawal - UKIP - Sputnik International;

UK Anti-Brexit Bloc Deliberately Creates Uncertainty to Derail Withdrawal - UKIP - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalUK Anti-Brexit Bloc Deliberately Creates Uncertainty to Derail Withdrawal - UKIPSputnik InternationalThe anti-Brexit faction in the UK government is intentionally provoking uncertainty to undermine the Brexit process, United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Steve Crowther said Monday, commenting on the recent interview of UK Chancellor of the ...and more »

Remainers in the Cabinet take advantage of PM's holiday absence - Sky News;

Remainers in the Cabinet take advantage of PM's holiday absence - Sky News

Sky NewsRemainers in the Cabinet take advantage of PM's holiday absenceSky NewsA hard Brexit is being challenged this summer and Remainers in the Cabinet are enjoying a renaissance, writes Beth Rigby. 20:24, UK, Monday 31 July 2017. Theresa May and her husband Philip on holiday near Lake Garda in northern Italy. Image: Theresa ...and more »

Free Movement Of People Between The UK And EU Is Ending - Newsy;

Free Movement Of People Between The UK And EU Is Ending - Newsy

NewsyFree Movement Of People Between The UK And EU Is EndingNewsyFree Movement Of People Between The UK And EU Is Ending. When Brexit goes into effect, citizens of the European Union can no longer live and work in the U.K. without a visa. ShareTweetEmail · SMS. Flash plugin failed to load. Share Video.and more »

Brexit: Theresa May says free movement to end in March 2019 - KPAX-TV

Brexit: Theresa May says free movement to end in March 2019KPAX-TVLONDON (CNN) -- Downing Street has quashed suggestions that EU citizens will still be able to come to Britain to live and work after Brexit takes effect in March 2019. A spokesman for Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, said that the principle of free ...and more »

UK PM's office says free movement from EU will end in 2019 - News24;

UK PM's office says free movement from EU will end in 2019 - News24

News24UK PM's office says free movement from EU will end in 2019News24London — Prime Minister Theresa May's office says free movement to Britain from European Union countries will end when the UK leaves the bloc in March 2019, but it's uncertain what migration arrangements will look like after that. Spokesperson James ...and more »

Theresa May underlines free movement will end in March, 2019, in bid to quell a bitter war in the cabinet - Mirror.co.uk;

Theresa May underlines free movement will end in March, 2019, in bid to quell a bitter war in the cabinet - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukTheresa May underlines free movement will end in March, 2019, in bid to quell a bitter war in the cabinetMirror.co.ukTheresa May yesterday insisted the free movement of people from Europe will end on the day Britain leaves the EU in March 2019. The PM tried to quell a bitter war within her Cabinet over whether free movement could continue for several years after Brexit.and more »

No Bregrets: does Brexit hold hope for progressives after all? - Open Democracy;

No Bregrets: does Brexit hold hope for progressives after all? - Open Democracy

Open DemocracyNo Bregrets: does Brexit hold hope for progressives after all?Open DemocracyMost progressives voted Remain, but the referendum result has brought about the welcome collapse of the Tory majority. Could Brexit under Labour provide a forward-looking social democracy? The pro-EU march from Hyde Park to Westminster in London on ...and more »

The UK Won't Become a Tax Haven After Brexit, Minister Promises - Fortune;

The UK Won't Become a Tax Haven After Brexit, Minister Promises - Fortune

FortuneThe UK Won't Become a Tax Haven After Brexit, Minister PromisesFortuneBritain won't become a corporate tax haven in order to stay competitive after leaving the EU, its Treasury chief promised at the weekend. That's the latest big shift in U.K. policy since the general election in June, which failed to deliver the mandate ...and more »

Cabinet struggles to convey coherent Brexit approach - The Hindu;

Cabinet struggles to convey coherent Brexit approach - The Hindu

The HinduCabinet struggles to convey coherent Brexit approachThe HinduThe battle within the British cabinet over the precise shape and path to Brexit continued to be waged over the past week, as politicians sought to expound their views on a range of related issues from the freedom of movement Britain currently enjoys ...and more »

UK fin min says will not slash taxes post-Brexit - Reuters.com

UK fin min says will not slash taxes post-BrexitReuters.comBritish finance minister Philip Hammond says Britain will not slash taxes after Brexit. The move might help negotiations for a trade deal with the EU but could disappoint businesses. Silvia Antonioli reports. △ Hide Transcript. ▷ View Transcript. In ...and more »