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21 Oct
Pound jumps as EU's Barnier says Brexit deal is within reach

The pound snapped higher in early trading after the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator told the European parliament that an agreement could be reached.

20 Oct
Brussels and London mull restarting Brexit talks - reports

Speculation is growing that London and Brussels are gearing up to resume stalled trade talks, despite prime minister Boris Johnson warning the UK to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.

16 Oct
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Pound slumps as Johnson tells UK to 'get ready' for no-deal Brexit

Tensions on stalled Brexit trade talks heightened on Friday as Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britons should prepare for no-deal if the EU did not compromise.

09 Oct
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BoE and FCA tell City to prepare for Brexit disruption

The Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority have told the City to prepare for potential market disruption when the UK leaves the EU at the end of 2020.

07 Oct
Direction of Brexit talks 'cause for optimism', Gove says

There is cause for optimism regarding the probable endgame for talks between Brussels and London on Britain's withdrawal from the single currency bloc.

05 Oct
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Covid-19 and no-deal Brexit may cost UK $174bn annually

The UK could end up paying costs of $174bn (£134bn) a year over the impact of Covid-19 and no-deal Brexit on the national economy, said the latest report by Baker & McKenzie.

02 Oct
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Johnson and Von der Leyen seek Brexit breakthrough

Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen will hold personal talks this weekend in an attempt to take Brexit trade negotiations into the so-called tunnel phase.

02 Oct
Pound rises on Johnson plan to hold talks with EU's von der Leyen

The pound spiked on Friday on news that UK prime minister Boris Johnson would speak with European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen on Saturday to “take stock” of negotiations and “discuss next steps” on a Brexit trade agreement.

01 Oct
EU denies FT Tweets on state aid Brexit breakthrough - report

EU officials said no “landing zones” were in sight trade talks with the UK, an official with the bloc reportedly said on Thursday after Tweets by a Financial Times reporter citing British officials saying this was the case boosted the pound.

01 Oct
EU starts legal case against UK over Internal Market Bill

The European Union on Thursday launched legal action against the UK’s new Internal Market Bill on the grounds that it breached the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and breaks international law.

28 Sep
CBI urge UK government to avoid no-deal Brexit

The Confederation of British Industry urged the UK government to try to reach an agreement with the European Union on trade post-Brexit to avoid further economic challenges.

28 Sep
Pound strengthens on Brexit trade deal hopes

The pound rose against both the euro and dollar on Monday morning as the final round of Brexit trade negotiations geared up in Brussels.

23 Sep
UK ministers warn of 7,000-truck-long queues in Kent after Brexit transition period

UK ministers warned on Wednesday that a worst case scenario post-Brexit transition period would see queues of as many as 7,000 trucks in Kent.

23 Sep
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JP Morgan to shift €200bn from UK to Germany - report

JP Morgan will become one of Germany's biggest banks when it moves about €200bn (£184bn) of assets from the UK to Frankfurt because of Brexit, Bloomberg reported.

21 Sep
Covid-19 impact could limit cash access - FCA boss

The City regulator has warned many people could struggle to get access to cash after Covid-19 intensified pressures on banks' branches and ATM networks.

15 Sep
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US and UK to enter 4th round of trade talks this week

The resumption of trade talks between the US and the UK later this week will come at a pivotal moment for London as it tries to establish its future relationship with the European Union.

14 Sep
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Cameron joins ex-Tory PMs' criticism of Brexit bill

David Cameron has become the third former Tory prime minister to express concerns about the government's proposal to break international law over Brexit - though in weaker terms than John Major and Theresa May.

09 Sep
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Fitch now assumes UK will quit Europe without trade deal - report

Credit ratings agency Fitch has changed its outlook and now believes the UK with leave the European Union without a trade deal in place, it emerged on Wednesday.

09 Sep
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Scotland and Wales warn new internal market bill harms UK unity

Scotland and Wales warned on Wednesday that the new internal market bill that was proposed by the British government will undermine the UK’s unity as it will steal power from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

08 Sep
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Government legal chief quits over proposed Brexit agreement changes - report

The pound dropped sharply on Tuesday, after reports that one of the government’s most senior legal experts had resigned over Downing Street proposals to challenge parts of the 2019 Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.