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'Operation Yellowhammer': Leaked memo warns of no-deal Brexit chaos
The document about preparations codenamed Operation Yellowhammer warns of a possible three month “meltdown” at Britain’s ports.
Brits spent €4bn stockpiling goods in case of a no-deal Brexit
Brits spent €4bn stockpiling goods in case of a no-deal Brexit. A survey released this Monday reveals that 800,000 people have already spend more than €1,000 preparing for potential food shortages.
No-deal Brexit impact would ‘ripple on for years’, reports warn
Separate reports from the UK’s CBI and the Institute for Government contain detailed advice for Boris Johnson’s new administration.
Apprenticeships can help businesses in hard times - and even survive a no-deal Brexit ǀ View
Could apprenticeships help businesses to navigate the turbulent waters ahead? As we can assess from the ONS data, many companies already see the value in hiring apprentices.
How will Boris Johnson 'energise' the economy?
"The campaign is over and the work begins," - declared Boris Johnson, promising to energise the country. How will he 'energise' the economy, which has fallen from the top to the bottom of the league of G7 leading economies since the Brexit vote?
Business owners must show leadership over Brexit - even if Tory leadership hopefuls are not ǀ View
No longer party leader as of 7 June 2019, May will officially step down as prime minister during the week of 22 July. With the leadership candidates all demonstrating vastly different opinions regarding Brexit, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about how the next few months will play out.
Passengers stranded as Flybmi goes into administration
Hundreds of passengers have been left stranded across Europe following the collapse of the British regional airline Flybmi.
Uk economy slows down as Brexit gets nearer
Britain's 2018 growth was the weakest in six years.
Will Brexit really hurt the UK economy?
Euronews takes you through all the important points in the Treasury and Bank of England Brexit reports, which look at the economic damage that could be caused by the EU's departure from the EU.
May's Brexit woes send Sterling spiralling
The British currency is on track to record its biggest one-day drop in over a year on Thursday.
Brexit: Dire consequences if there's no deal
IMF Managing Director, Christine Lagarde says life will be more difficult for the UK with any deal to leave the EU
Bank of England raises interest rates but Brexit fears weigh on pound
The Bank of England lifted interest rates on Thursday, but the pound fell amid uncertainty over Brexit and cautious comments from the Bank’s Governor Mark Carney.
Britain's economy enjoys boost in May
It's thought the good weather and spending around the Royal Wedding in May helped boost the GDP.
UK inflation defies expectations
The British pound slipped to a one-week low on Wednesday as lower-than-expected inflation data undermined the chances of an interest rate rise.
Britain to face growth slowdown amidst Brexit fears
Confederation of British Industry lowers 2018 growth forecast citing Brexit and heavy snowfall
UK gov't green lights third runway at Heathrow airport
It will be the first full-length runway to be built in the London area in 70 years
Unite behind Brexit: Theresa May to give key speech
The British Prime Minister will call for the UK to come together behind the broadest possible deal with the EU.
Queues, tea and Loch Ness monster featured on new UK 10p coins
The new collection is an A-Z of what makes Britain great.
IMF says UK could do better in annual report
UK PLC gets poor marks and Brexit is partially to blame says bank.
Plans for UK interest rate hike
The Bank of England has revised its forecasts for the UK, saying that it now hoped that interest rates could rise faster than previously predicted
Growth forecasts are pretty dire post-Brexit
Analysis by the U.K government tested three possible outcomes of Brexit... and none were great.
Harry and Meghan: royal romance set to boost UK economy
Analysts predict the upcoming royal wedding will boost the UK's economy by some 545 million euros.
Indian economy to overtake UK and France
India looks set to leapfrog Britain and France next year to become the world's fifth-largest economy in dollar terms, while China is predicted to overtake the US as number one by 2032
Boxing Day shopping spree in Britain
Some reports say Boxing Day sales in the UK could be the biggest shopping spree ever, but others are more cautious
UK 'guilty of dereliction of duty' over non-existent Brexit impact stu
Confusion reigns over British economic preparations for leaving the EU after Brexit Minister David Davis admitted impact assessment studies had not been done.
UK inflation holds firm despite rising food prices
UK inflation unexpectedly held steady last month. The annual rate was unchanged from September’s five-and-half year high of 3%, official data