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Brexit And The Rise Of “Skype Families”

Are separated families on the rise in the United Kingdom? As a result of Brexit, thousands of spouses had to leave the country indefinitely...

Cabinet Hopeful for Brexit Deal Before November Ends

Senior ministers agree that reaching a Brexit deal by the end of November is a priority. A senior cabinet member shared that it has never...

Newly Restarted UK Fracking in Lancashire Stopped Due to Earthquakes

Fracking restarted in the United Kingdom, only to be halted days later following several earthquakes. The operation in Lancashire was granted approval on 15 October,...

Brussels Gives UK One Day to Settle Its Brexit Position

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May says a deal is possible, but Great Britain can’t be permanently blocked. The European Union has given the United Kingdom...

Coinbase Opens Dublin Offices in Case of No-Deal Brexit

Coinbase is preparing to cope with a potential hard Brexit by opening offices in Ireland. The cryptocurrency exchange will continue to maintain its official headquarters...

How A No-Deal Brexit Could Impact UK Food Price and Quality

A 'hard-Brexit' could throw the UK's food and drink industry into chaos, warn insiders The UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May will have been relieved to...

UK Economy Ground to a Halt in August, but Was it Just a Blip?

Economic growth flat lined throughout August, but some economists are saying it was only a blip. Still, others are wondering if this is a sign...

PM Theresa May Could be Getting Closer to a Brexit Deal

After months of looking like it was increasingly likely a Brexit deal would occur, May could be getting close. Brussels said the Brexit talks now...

AIA Joins US-UK Financial and Related Professional Services Coalition

The American Insurance Association has entered into a new U.S.-U.K. industry coalition. The coalition seeks to open discussion from both countries regarding investment, trade and...

Three Tory Ministers Support Holding a New Public Brexit Referendum

Three Tory ministers are now backing a new public Brexit referendum, said Phillip Lee. Lee said he heard the news at the Conservative conference event...

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