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Banks May Need $50 Billion New Capital After Brexit - Bloomberg

Follow @Brexit for all the latest news, and sign up to our daily Brexit Bulletin newsletter. Banks may need to find $30 billion to $50 billion of additional capital to support new European units in the aftermath of a hard Brexit, and some smaller firms ...and more »

Ally of UK's Johnson criticizes Hammond's Brexit plan: newspaper - Business Insider

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson react during Prime Minister Theresa May's election manifesto launch in Halifax Thomson Reuters LONDON (Reuters) - An ally of British foreign minister Boris ...and more »

Theresa May: Free movement of people will end in March 2019 - POLITICO.eu

LONDON — Free movement of EU citizens to Britain will end in March 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May's official spokesperson said Monday. The spokesperson also said it would be “wrong to speculate” on what the immigration system in Britain would look ...and more »

Liam Fox denies cabinet deal on transitional EU free movement - The Guardian

International trade secretary casts doubt on chancellor's suggestion that three-year post-Brexit arrangement was accepted. Anushka Asthana Political editor. Sun 30 Jul 2017 06.08 EDT First published on Sun 30 Jul 2017 03.59 EDT. Share on Facebook ...and more »

A Brexit summer reading guide - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)

Have you been struggling to keep up with all the new books on Brexit? Were you secretly planning to spend your summer holiday catching up on some of them? OK – perhaps not. But if you were, Tim Oliver is here to help with a guide on what to take away ...and more »

Tensions flare in cabinet over post-Brexit free movement - The Guardian

Divisions laid bare as Liam Fox reveals there is no cabinet-wide agreement on what a transitional implementation period should look like. Anushka Asthana Political editor. Sun 30 Jul 2017 18.46 EDT First published on Sun 30 Jul 2017 15.56 EDT. Share on ...and more »

No 10 contradicts Hammond over 'off the shelf' Brexit transition deal - The Guardian

Downing Street spokesman makes announcement at odds with what chancellor is thought to have told business leaders about post-2019 arrangements. Jessica Elgot Political reporter. @jessicaelgot. Mon 31 Jul 2017 08.50 EDT First published on Mon 31 Jul ...and more »

Brexit: PM's office says freedom of movement to end in March 2019 - Deutsche Welle

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday ruled out an "off-the-shelf"transition deal with the EU, after senior ministers said they expected Britain's current arrangements with the bloc to continue for at least two years after Brexit. Since Theresa ...and more »

No. 10 confirms that freedom of movement WILL end in March 2019 after Cabinet row on transitional deal - The Sun

THERESA MAY has confirmed that unlimited EU migration WILL end when Britain officially quits the EU. The PM's spokesperson said today that it was "wrong" to suggest free movement will "continue as it is now" after March 2019. Theresa May's ...and more »

Turning Brexit Britain into a tax haven would make us all richer. Why can't Philip Hammond see that? - Telegraph.co.uk

In January, Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, floated the idea of radically changing Britain's economic model, potentially by slashing the corporate tax rate following Brexit. This would make the UK an attractive place to base a business ...and more »