As the dust settles on one of the most eventual general elections in recent times, Charlie Mullins believes the verdict was a result of forgetting there were so many Brexit remainers.
The announcement of a snap election rallied the pound against a murky future, but there are many more factors at stake.
Currency fluctuations always mean some businesses come out on top while others are left in the dust – but in a sector analysis, which industries fare the worst from a weak pound?
So far in this two part exploration of Brexit-Britain, we have explored the potential disadvantages for small businesses in the UK. Now, we turn our attention to the silver linings and post-EU opportunities.
Thursday 3 November marks the day three judges ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50, suggesting prime minister Theresa May has to ask parliament for permission before the UK can truly leave the EU.
We’ve had lift off at Heathrow, the green light from Nissan and economic success has grown in the three months since the European Union (EU) referendum.
After a record breaking year for M&A in 2015, Reuters figures have shown that merger activity over the first three quarters of 2016 has slowed significantly.
“Tired of the fog? Try the frogs! Choose Paris La Defense,” a new French campaign will say in its endeavour to attract British talent.
The head of employment and skills for the IOD, Seamus Nevin, has declared that those voting on Brexit because of immigration failed to see how the resulting policies would hinder economic progress. No prizes for guessing which way he voted.
Crowdfunding has become mainstream in the modern, connected, technology-enabled world. Yet research from Beauhurst, a company that monitors the UK's startups, scaleups and investors has actually pointed to a recent decline in crowdfunding.
The vote of the UK to leave the EU seemed to take everyone by surprise, not least the foreign exchange markets. In the immediate aftermath of the vote, sterling fell by up to 13 per cent against the US dollar and up to 11 per cent against the euro.
One month in, and you’d be forgiven for already feeling a little Brexit-fatigued; the rolling news, political uncertainty and long-term time frames can seem overwhelming and prompts feelings of apathy.