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Summer Vacation To Change For Britons In Wake Of Brexit

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There could be dark clouds even when the skies are brightening this summer in the wake of Brexit. Your summer holiday will be affected while the UK’s withdrawal progress from EU is on the way. British Prime Minister Theresa May…

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British GDP Slowed To Half Of Forecast In First Quarter

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The first quarter economic growth of United Kingdom slowed down significantly and economists are now putting up questions whether this is the start of Brexit stagnation. The British GDP from January to March was recorded at 0.3 percent and the…

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Nestle To Shift Blue Riband Factory From Britain To Poland; 300 Jobs At Risk

Nestle To Shift Blue Riband Factory

Nestle will be shifting its Blue Riband chocolate biscuit production from Britain to Poland and with this about three hundred people will be thrown out of jobs. The Swiss confectionery giant however denied the move is due to the Brexit,…

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British PM Theresa May Calls For General Election To Secure Brexit Mandate

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June 8 may come as a new voting day for Britons to secure Brexit mandate. Prime Minister Theresa May has called for general election, stunning Westminster, to get clear lead and a healthy parliamentary majority to secure her vision for…

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Food Prices High In UK Amid Brexit Process

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Hike in food prices was the highest in March compared to all the ups in past more than three years and retailers blame Brexit is the main cause and pound too has been hit along with global commodity hikes. The…

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What Is Article 50

What Is Article 50

Article 50 was introduced in 2009. It is a formal exit mechanism of the Treaty on European Union for country wishing to leave the 28-nation bloc. It was drafted by former British diplomat John Kerr. The key to it is…

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Scottish Economy May Lag Behind UK Average Amid Brexit: Study

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In a period of next five years the Scottish economy to lag behind the UK average, said Stratchdyde University’s Fraser of Allander Institute. It is claimed the fall of global price of oil will be the reason behind slow economic…

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House Of Commons Pass Brexit Bill Without Change

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Finally the much awaited Brexit bill has been passed by the British Parliament paving way for Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 for the withdrawal of United Kingdom from European Union. The bill may become a law as…

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David Davis Urges MPs To Pass Brexit Bill Unchanged

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Brexit secretary David Davis has urged the members of parliament to allow the bill pass unchanged in the House of Commons on Monday when it will be debated. If the MPs pass the bill on Monday unchanged, the Article 50…

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BREAKING: Article 50 Could Be Initiated On Tuesday

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British Prime Minister Theresa May is lately learned could be triggering Article 50 for the withdrawal of United Kingdom from European Union by Tuesday to the earliest provided the Brexit bill passes by the MPs on Monday. Granting the parliament…

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