More than 27 million people across the country think Brexit will open up new opportunities for UK companies to expand globally.
Britain’s small and micro businesses have shrugged off an ‘anti-business’ Spring Budget and uncertainty around the triggering of Article 50, as the average value of funding enquiry on the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers’ platform increased by over £5,000 in the four weeks from 8 March.
Theresa May has signed the letter that will formally begin the UK’s departure from the European Union.
Uncertainty around the economy and politics has been cited as the top concern by British businesses despite a tightening labour market, according to a new poll.
Today, the most senior judge in the country took two minutes to obliterate the Government’s case for bullying parliament out of its constitutional right to trigger Article 50 and take the UK out of the EU.
The government has vowed to appeal after a High Court judge ruled the Brexit process cannot be started until Parliament has given its backing.
Price jumped 130 per cent last year amid growth in use of derivatives products that allow investors to gamble on cryptocurrencies The growth in gambling on the yo-yoing value of cryptocurrencies using risky derivatives products has helped boost the profits of the financial spread betting firm Plus500, reports The Guardian. The London-listed company’s shares rose […]