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Brexit to bring weaker economy and higher inflation
The Governor of the Bank of England has warned that the major economic impact of Brexit has yet to be felt, but it was likely to spell a weaker economy, higher inflation and higher interest rates in the coming years.
Pound hits highest since Brexit vote on rate rise speech
The pound has hit its highest level against the dollar since the Brexit vote after a senior Bank of England (BoE) official fueled speculation it could raise rates in the coming months.
UK could need '5,000 more customs officials after Brexit'
The head of the UK tax agency has said Britain could need up to 5,000 extra staff to handle customs and border checks after Brexit.
UK gov’t wins parliament vote to ease Brexit agenda
After navigating the first hurdle of a key Brexit bill, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday won another parliamentary vote which will help prevent opposition MPs from blocking future legislation.
UK lawmakers back a key Brexit bill but a fight still looms
British lawmakers voted a key Brexit bill past its first big hurdle in Parliament early Tuesday. But many legislators branded the bill a government power grab, and vowed to change it before it becomes law.
London stays world's top finance center despite Brexit
London remains the globe's most attractive financial center, extending its lead over New York despite Britain's looming departure from the European Union, a survey found on Monday.
Brexit opponents take to streets
Thousands of opponents of the UK's withdrawal from the EU have participated in anti-Brexit rally in London.
EU sources: France wants right to veto euro clearing in UK after Brexit
France wants European Union regulators to have a veto over how Britain supervises UK-based clearing houses of euro denominated transactions after Brexit, EU sources said.
Theresa May ready to intensify Brexit talks with EU: Spokesperson
British Prime Minister Theresa May is prepared to intensify Brexit talks with the European Union but nothing has been formally agreed yet, her spokesperson said.
May says EU repeal bill best way to avoid Brexit 'cliff edge'
Prime Minister Theresa May warned members of Parliament that Britain could be faced with a Brexit “cliff edge” if they failed to back her EU repeal bill, as reports suggested momentum was growing within her party to unseat her.
Brexit costing too much time
The talks between the UK and Europe are taking up too much time and the British negotiating side needs to step up the pace, a top EU official said.
May's spokeswoman: Britain in 'good position' in Brexit talks
Britain feels it is in a good position in Brexit negotiations and wants to agree with the European Union to move on to discussions about its future relationship by October, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
Brexit: Keep single market for transition period
Labour would keep the UK in the EU single market and customs union for a transitional period after leaving the EU, the party has said.
UK warns EU not to ‘drag its feet’ on Brexit
The European Union should not “drag its feet” in negotiating Brexit, a British government source said on Sunday ahead of a fresh round of UK-EU divorce talks in Brussels this week.
Boris Johnson: Britain will not pay 'a penny more' than it thinks right to leave EU
Britain will pay “not a penny more, not a penny less” than what the government thinks its legal obligations are to the European Union as the country leaves the bloc, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson said on Friday.

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