Don’t expect the EU and the UK to give up political point scoring anytime...

Brexit is confusing, and it is I am afraid going to become more so. That is partly because, as in any debate where...

The argument for Brexit still doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

How disappointing to read “I’m a young person who voted for Brexit – and I’d do the same again today” by Benedict Spence....

Falklands War anniversary: Why did Britain enter armed conflict with Argentina over these windswept...

Today marks 36 years since Argentina seized control of the Falkland Islands from Britain, drawing the UK into an armed conflict that would...

US central bank raises interest rates to 1.75%

The US central bank has raised interest rates again for the world’s largest economy, citing a tightening labour market. The Federal Reserve’s governing council,...

Brexit delivers longer blow to bank sentiment than global financial crisis, survey shows

The prospect of quitting the EU has hurt sentiment in Britain's finance industry for longer than the global financial crisis that plunged economies...

One year to Brexit: How well has the British economy really been performing? And...

There is now just one year to go before the UK exits the European Union. Before the June 2016 referendum the Treasury famously warned...

Brexit: Sterling faces imminent slump against euro and dollar, warns currency expert

Buy euros and dollars now before sterling slumps: that was the message from a leading foreign currency expert at a travel industry event...

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu ‘rushed to hospital with high fever’

Benjamin Netanyahu was rushed to hospital for tests following an illness. Israel‘s prime minister “is suffering from a high fever and is coughing,” a spokesman...

We need to be more constructive where housebuilders are concerned

This may seem mad, but I’m going to say it anyway: let’s hear it for builders. That’s right, the butt of jokes about bum cracks...

UK consumer confidence boosted slightly by wage growth and Brexit progress, survey shows

UK consumers became slightly more confident this month than they were in February, cheered by the prospect of wages inching higher, inflation easing slightly...

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