Simon Jenkins: A hard Brexit may hit London at first but we will prosper in the end - Evening Standard

Yes, it's going to happen. As the hysteria dies down and the clouds disperse, “hard” Brexit becomes ever more concrete. London hated Brexit and was duly punched in the face by the rest of the country. Last week, Theresa May helped the capital to its ...

Luxembourg doesn't want to steal London's finance crown - City A.M.

If a week is a long time in politics, then seven months is practically a lifetime. That is how much time has elapsed, of course, since Britain voted to leave the European Union, and we are now finally learning what Theresa May and her government want ...

The cliff edges of Brexit are mainly in bankers' minds - Financial Times

Remember the so-called cliff edges over which the City of London's banks were supposed to tumble were the UK ever to say it would leave the EU's single market? The ones whose existence would force them irrevocably to move great chunks of their UK ...

'Brexit, so what?' German firms expect little fallout, says poll - Reuters UK

A Union flag flies next to the flag of the European Union in London, Britain, January 20, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville. By Joseph Nasr | BERLIN. BERLIN A large majority of German companies expect Britain's divorce from the European Union to cause little ...

UK industrial strategy needs to go big or go home - Reuters

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May visits HMS Ocean in Manama, Bahrain December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth. By John Foley | LONDON. LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Industrial strategy, like polio, basically disappeared from Britain in the ...