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Theresa May calls for post-Brexit transition period, new security treaty

(ShareCast News) - In a speech in Florence on Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed that she wanted a two-year "implementation period" post-Brexit and a new treaty with the European Union on security and justice.
[22 Sep '17 15:34]

Fall in sterling value boosts UK tourism figures

(ShareCast News) - Britain received more than four million foreign tourists in July as the fall in the pound provided better value for visitors, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
[22 Sep '17 12:01]

UK manufacturing sector eases in September - CBI

(ShareCast News) - Factory orders in the UK grew at their weakest rate since April in September, according to the latest survey from the Confederation of British Industry.
[22 Sep '17 11:02]

Theresa May to propose two-year post-Brexit trade deal with EU

(ShareCast News) - Theresa May was set to tell EU leaders that there was a shared responsibility between them to ensure that they could "smoothly" implement Brexit in an attempt to break the current stalemate in negotiations.
[22 Sep '17 07:20]

Barnier fires shot across May's bows ahead of Florence speech

(ShareCast News) - Ahead of the UK Prime Minister's major Brexit speech on Friday, chief European Union Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has warned Theresa May against trying to have her cake and eat it and stressing that if a transition period is requested it will first require a withdrawal agreement.
[21 Sep '17 16:21]

Chancellor given more Budget freedom as public deficit lower than forecast

(ShareCast News) - Public sector borrowing was lower than expected in August, as government spending remains depressed by austerity programmes but allowing the Chancellor's a little room for a fiscal boost in his forthcoming budget.
[21 Sep '17 08:57]

Bank risks policy mistake by hiking in November, Credit Suisse says

(ShareCast News) - Credit Suisse changed its rate call for the Bank of England to a hike in November, adding that it would be a 'one-off' and was likely to be a "big" policy mistake.
[20 Sep '17 14:46]

FCA investigations up 75% in last year

(ShareCast News) - The Financial Conduct Authority has commenced 75% more investigations this year than last year, according to one of the body's top officials.
[20 Sep '17 12:25]

Music industry creates 23,000 new jobs in 2016

(ShareCast News) - According to the 2017 Measuring Music report released by UK Music on Wednesday, almost every sector of the music industry grew in 2016, with live music revenue jumping up 14% to bring a total of 1bn to the sector over the year.
[20 Sep '17 11:29]

UK retail sales surge shows consumers resilience, lifting sterling

(ShareCast News) - UK retail sales spiked higher on the back of inflationary pressures and increased sales volumes in August, official figures revealed on Wednesday.
[20 Sep '17 10:11]

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