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The Khashoggi disappearance hangs heavily over a $2 trillion deal that the London Stock Exchange is hoping to close
David Schwimmer, (the LSE CEO, not Ross from Friends), has been actively courting the Kingdom in a bid to lure the IPO of Saudi Aramco, the country's state-run oil company.
The prime minister is reportedly willing to accept EU suggestion of extending the transition period in exchange for dropping their demands for a Northern Ireland Brexit "backstop" that could keep the province under EU rules indefinitely.
It’s a ‘trap door’: Two EU negotiators dropped clues that Britain is heading into a ‘no-deal’ Brexit
Two on-the-record quotes from Brexit negotiators indicate that May has misjudged her adversaries in Brussels, who want to deliver an exit from Europe with no agreement, the worst possible scenario.
The prime minister will address EU leaders at a dinner on Wednesday evening as the prospects of a disastrous no-deal Brexit and the end of her premiership grows.
The exchange says it is opening the Dublin office partly to serve rising demand from the European Union, but also as a means of ensuring it can keep all of its operations going in the event of no deal being reached between Britain and the EU during Brexit talks.
Facebook will now show who exactly is paying to swing people’s votes through online political advertising
Facebook will show British users who is paying for political ads to appear in their News Feed, and will house all political ads in a searchable library for seven years.
Numerous Labour MPs have rubbished claims that they have spoken to Conservative figures in private about rebelling against Jeremy Corbyn and voting for Theresa May's Brexit deal.
Britain’s richest young entrepreneur is desperate for Brexit so the UK can escape Europe before it collapses
Britain's richest young entrepreneur can't wait to get out of Europe. Net World Sports boss Alex Lovén, who has a net worth of £55 million, thinks the EU is close to collapse and 'it’s better to be the first people out than the last people out.'
The UK government on Friday published its final tranche of notices on how a no-deal Brexit would affect British households and businesses. They cover everything from trade deals to potential electricity shortages.
The pro-Union DUP has threatened to vote against the budget and scrap its confidence and supply agreement with Theresa May's Conservatives over the prime minister's plans for the Irish backstop.