EU Trade

On Thursday 24 June 2016 the British Nation voted to leave the European Union with a marginal disparity in voting; 52% voting leave and 48% voting remain. This marked the pivotal turn in not only the European economy but the global economy. This then triggered Article 50 known as a section in the Lisbon Treaty…

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Black Friday 2017

British shoppers are anticipated to spend £10.1bn in the Black Friday weekend, almost 4% higher than last year as more retailers take part in the American influenced promotional day. The frantic bargain fever seen in earlier years with shoppers physically competing for products is unlikely to occur as most activity will be online driven with…

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Brexit Deadlock Talks:

David Davis, the Brexit secretary, is looking to drive a wedge between Germany and France, and the rest of the countries in the European Union, over the stalled negotiations. Davis spoke on Friday before an economic conference in Berlin, he suggested the two most powerful countries in Europe were blocking the UK’s hopes, backed by…

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Labour running the pound

In the recent June 2017 general elections the Labour Party secured 262 seats depriving the Conservatives of the majority which secured a respectable 318 seats with a mere loss 23 seats which would have won them the majority. This resulted in the current coalition with the DUP (Democratic Unionists Party) which secured them the majority…

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The E.U and Britain

On Thursday 24 June 2016 the British Nation voted to leave the European Union with a marginal disparity in voting; 52% voting leave and 48% voting remain. This marked the pivotal turn in not only the European economy but the global economy. This then triggered Article 50 known as a section in the Lisbon Treaty…

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