(Reuters) - The appointment of the next governor of the Bank of England will be pushed back until after the forthcoming election, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing people briefed on the Bank
The race to claim the UK’s most powerful unelected job – that of Bank of England Governor – is yet to reach a climax. The Brexit bush telegraph is already humming with accusations of skullduggery, however.
Operation Yellowhammer is the latest cynical attempt to cripple business planning and frighten the public
Since we voted to leave the European Union in June 2016, the UK economy has shown serious resilience. HM Treasury’s pre-referendum warning – that any Brexit vote, even before we left, would spark “an and
Leading Brexiteer MP Steve Baker has called for a inquiry over briefings against a Leave-supporting candidate for Governor of the Bank of England, as politicians on all sides call for more say in the appointment.
A campaign to advertise the return of limited duty-free shopping when visiting EU countries in the event of a no-deal Brexit has attracted criticism and mockery on social media. The chancellor, Sajid announced
The government’s latest wheeze is all about cigarettes and alcohol Last night, HM Treasury announced that in the event of a no deal Brexit — and a no deal Brexit only — “beer, wine, spirits and cigarettes
(Reuters) - London Stock Exchange Group Plc confirmed on Wednesday that Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited had made an unsolicited, preliminary and highly conditional proposal to buy the bourse "LSEG
Selling The Big Issue on the streets of London is difficult when fewer people are carrying cash in their pockets. That’s why the magazine, which helps homeless and other vulnerable people start their micro-enterprises,
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government said on Monday it had received legal advice on its rights and obligations when it leaves the European Union but publishing the details would damage its negotiating
On the police, McDonnell says the Tories expect people to forget that they were the ones who cut police numbers by 20,000. McDonnell says there has been a 160% increase in people sleeping rough. He says