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Brexit One Year Later: Markets Might Get It Wrong Again
-The Wall Street Journal - Fri Jun 23 02:08:48 EDT 2017
One year on from the Brexit vote, discerning the U.K.’s future outside the European Union is still difficult. Markets, however, distilled things into a more straightforward proposi...
High-Rises Across England Fail Safety Checks After London Fire
-The Wall Street Journal - Sat Jun 24 05:08:29 EDT 2017
LONDON—U.K. authorities said so far at least 27 high-rises across England have failed fire-safety checks prompted by the fire in a London residential tower earlier this month that ...
The warnings about the impact of Brexit were dire. But on June 23 last year, U.K. voters chose by a narrow margin to leave the European Union. That shock result shook markets in th...
Theresa May to Woo EU Leaders With Rights for Citizens
-The Wall Street Journal - Thu Jun 22 08:32:41 EDT 2017
BRUSSELS—British Prime Minister Theresa May will set out her proposals for the future of European Union citizens living in the U.K. after it leaves the bloc, kicking...
LONDON –  The U.K.'s Department for Transport Thursday announced a shortlist of three bidders for the major West Coast rail franchise that operates between London and Glasgow....
Brexit one year later: 5 ways the U.K. could now leave the EU
-Market Watch - Fri Jun 23 02:06:56 EDT 2017
Almost a full year after the U.K.’s Brexit referendum, the divorce talks between Brussels and Britain finally kicked off this week, but the outcome of the final agreement remains e...
London Markets: FTSE 100 trims losses into the close as oil rises
-Market Watch - Thu Jun 22 08:30:45 EDT 2017
The U.K.’s benchmark stock index ended slightly lower on Thursday, rebounding from its intraday low as oil prices staged a rebound and pulled energy heavyweights out of negative te...
Migrants Return to France's 'Jungle' in Calais
-The Wall Street Journal - Thu Jun 22 08:32:41 EDT 2017
CALAIS, France—Migrants are returning to the French side of the English Channel, saddling France’s newly elected president with a humanitarian and diplomatic challenge that has lon...
Apple Supplier Imagination Technologies Puts Itself Up for Sale
-The Wall Street Journal - Thu Jun 22 14:10:04 EDT 2017
LONDON—Imagination Technologies Group PLC, a small U.K. technology firm which has been one of Apple Inc.’s important suppliers, said it has put itself up for sale after receiving a...
Published: June 23, 2017 5:18 a.m. ET The European Central Bank wants changes made to its mandate that would give it greater oversight of clearing houses in the region — a hot----...
U.K.'s Euro Clearing Business at Risk as ECB Requests More Powers
-The Wall Street Journal - Fri Jun 23 17:10:02 EDT 2017
FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank lodged a formal request for greater powers to supervise euro-denominated clearing, stepping up a tug of war between European Union authorities a...
European stocks edge lower as oil worries persist
-Market Watch - Thu Jun 22 23:28:34 EDT 2017
European stocks slipped Friday, with oil and gas and consumer goods shares leading all sectors lower. The Stoxx Europe 600 SXXP, -0.12% was down 0.1% at 388.33. The benchmark was l...
One Year On, the Pound Can't Shake Brexit Blues | Fox Business
-Fox Business - Thu Jun 22 20:37:22 EDT 2017
Political anxiety has dragged on the British pound in the year since the Brexit vote. But now a shaken power structure in Westminster and a central bank divided by economic cross c...
European stocks face third straight loss as oil shares slump
-Market Watch - Wed Jun 21 23:27:21 EDT 2017
European stocks lost ground Thursday, with the oil and gas sector lower as crude prices languished in a bear market. The Stoxx Europe 600 SXXP, -0.26% fell 0.3% to 387.40, on track...
But it is not in a great place either. Dozens of department stores and fashion retailers are either in bankruptcy or closing hundreds of stores. As a result, shopping centre owners...
CORRECTION - Nickelback performs during the Live Nation Celebration of National Concert Day at Irving Plaza on May 1, 2017, in New York. (EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ/AFP/Getty Images) Wh...
As Brexit Talks Begin, the U.K. Has Few Cards to Play
-NYMAG - Thu Jun 22 20:10:23 EDT 2017
If some enterprising British historian ever writes a book on the most devastating own goals in the history of U.K. politics, the tale of Brexit and the Conservative Party will be a...
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump named New York Jets owner Woody Johnson to serve as U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom. Johnson, 70, is also chairman and chief executive of...
U.K. stocks finished slightly lower Friday, with oil shares hindered by battered crude prices that helped leave the blue-chips index in the red for the week. The FTSE 100 UKX, -0.2...
Facebook launches new initiative to counter terror content in UK
-The Hill - Fri Jun 23 11:01:03 EDT 2017
Facebook announced on Friday a new initiative to combat online extremist content in the United Kingdom after Prime Minister Theresa May called for regulating the internet to crack ...
U.K. Warns Cladding From Tower Fire on Hundreds of Buildings
-The Wall Street Journal - Thu Jun 22 08:32:41 EDT 2017
LONDON—The U.K. government warned that hundreds of public-housing high rises across the country could be covered with the same cladding suspected of contributing to the quick sprea...
Facebook brings anti-terror initiative to U.K.
-CBS News - Fri Jun 23 08:11:58 EDT 2017
Facebook brought its anti-extremism program to the United Kingdom on Friday in the wake of a spate of terrorist incidents that have rocked the country. Under the umbrella of t...
BRUSSELS — All European Union citizens currently in Britain would have a pathway to apply for permanent residency under an offer British Prime Minister Theresa May outlined Thursda...
An undated handout photo made available by Britain's London Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 20 June 2017 showing Ya-Haddy Sisi Saye, also known as Khadija Saye. London Me...
Cyberattack leaves U.K. parliament unable to access emails: reports
-Market Watch - Sat Jun 24 11:07:00 EDT 2017
The British Parliament on Saturday was hit by a cyberattack that left most of its representatives unable to access emails, according to multiple reports. The hacking was an attempt...
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