Monday May 25, 2020

Brexit: a weekly roundup

More bad news for UK financial institutions and British universities on the lookout for 'satellite' locations

10th November, 2016
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Ever since the UK's shock decision to leave the European Union at the end of June, Brexit has dominated the agenda here and in Britain. Will British prime minister Theresa May go for a "hard Brexit"? What will happen the border with Northern Ireland? How will the economy be affected by the sharp drop in sterling? What will happen to the Irish in Britain and the British living elsewhere in Europe? These and more are...

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