The prime minister (PM) and UK negotiators have agreed on a Brexit deal with the European Union (EU), and it now needs to be ratified. The UK vote is scheduled for the evening of 11 December. But what are the main areas of contention?
European growth has slowed meaningfully this year, largely as a result of a weakening in export demand. For now the domestic economy still looks in good health, spurred by falling unemployment. In the absence of geopolitical tensions – a global trade war
At the latest Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) press conference, Governor Carney noted that businesses are taking a very cautious approach right now because of the uncertainty around the outcome of the ongoing Brexit negotiations.