News And Announcements
Chief of the European Council Donald Tusk, said on Thursday that Theresa May's proposed new economic partnership with the EU "will not work" as it risks undermining the EU's single market.
Workers from Wetherspoons, McDonalds and TGI Fridays have taken unexpected action to fight “poverty wages” and are set to strike together next month.
Sales of US existing homes were steady in August, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.
UK retail sales unexpectedly jumped last month, with increases across all sectors except food and clothing.
Britain's Labour party has pledged to ban certain types of gambling advertising if it wins the next general election.
UK lawmakers on the Treasury select committee have called for regulation of cryptocurrencies which they consider to be "wild west" assets that expose investors to risks.
Bank chief economist Andrew Haldane laid out the case on Wednesday for a second revolution in how the Bank of England interacts and communicates with the British public.
The Financial Conduct Authority has closed its remaining investigations into firms over the fair treatment of longstanding customers in the life insurance sector, sending shares in Prudential and Quilter higher.
UK inflation jumped unexpectedly last month, according to official data released on Wednesday, triggering a jump in the pound to an eight-week high against the dollar.
London house prices have fallen by the most in almost a decade, official figures showed, at odds with the slow-and-steady growth in overall UK house prices.
Michel Barnier, the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, said the bloc is “ready to improve” its offer to the UK on the Irish border issue and that October would be the “moment of truth” for negotiations.
The Treasury could lose over £100m for every year it postpones slashing the highest-permitted stake on fixed-odds betting terminals, a report from the Centre for Economic and Business Research has found.
EU immigrants should not receive preferential treatment after Brexit, according a report published by the government’s migration advisory committee on Tuesday.
US President Donald Trump has confirmed he will impose new 10% tariffs on Chinese imports worth $200bn from next Monday, 24 September.
Car maker Jaguar Land Rover announced on Monday it would fight job cuts by moving 3,000 staff to a three-day week until Christmas at the Castle Bromwich plant in the West Midlands.
Business conditions in the New York region deteriorated in September, according to a survey from the New York Fed.
There were two chilling warnings for the government on Monday as the International Monetary Fund warned that a 'no-deal' Brexit would be likely to lead to a recession for the UK economy, while the British Chambers of Commerce warned of further slower growth for this year and next.
The European Union is preparing to accept a Brexit deal involving a frictionless Irish border, according to a report on Monday, though UK Prime Minister Theresa May is not convinced.
UK house prices bounced back in September, according to the latest data from Rightmove.