Progress made on Brexit but a long way to go

The first round of Brexit negotiations appeared to be concluded last week as Theresa May agreed solutions for the “divorce bill”, citizens’ rights and the contentious Irish border. A deal ...

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December 11, 2017

Trump one step closer to overhauling US Tax

In the US, the Senate has approved Donald Trump’s sweeping tax overhaul, bringing him one step closer to the first legislative victory of his presidency. At the heart of the ...

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December 6, 2017

UK Budget Contains No Big Surprises

So-called “box office Phil” delivered his first budget since the disastrous election in June. Many of the giveaways were targeted at the disillusioned younger voters whose high turnout at the ...

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November 30, 2017

UK Inflation rate remains at a five year high

UK inflation data for October remained steady at a five year high of 3%. Economists had been expecting an increase in the rate to 3.1%; however, lower fuel costs help ...

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November 20, 2017
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