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Labour shadow cabinet rocked by resignations

  Following Brexit and the sacking of shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn last night a number of key Labour politicians have decided to leave their roles in the shadow cabinet

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Stock markets braced for upheaval

Following the vote to leave the EU on Friday more than $2tn was wiped off shares worldwide. And Middle East markets, that opened today, have suffered heavy losses so far as

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Brexit is a victory for uncertainty

Prime Minister David Cameron has appealed to the markets for calm following the British public’s decision to leave the EU. Green said: “Britain is filing for divorce from the EU

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PM resigns following EU Referendum

David Cameron has been leader of the Conservative party since 2005 and Prime Minister since 2010. He said he will stand down but would not set an exact time table

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FCA: “We will work closely with the government”

On 23 June, the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU). This has significant implications for the UK. The FCA is in very close contact with the firms we

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Mark Carney: “We are well prepared for this”

The people of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the European Union. Inevitably, there will be a period of uncertainty and adjustment following this result. There will be no

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Brexit: what’s next for personal investors?

In the run up to the Referendum we surveyed our customers on a number of occasions, most recently in mid-May when 56% indicated they would vote to leave. It might

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Brexit: keep a sense of perspective

As expected, markets have reacted negatively to Britain’s decision to leave the EU with the FTSE 100 already falling 8% this morning. Markets dislike uncertainty and they now face this

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Rents down 0.2% in May

Rents fell by 0.2% from April to May due to the rush to buy investment properties before the 3% stamp duty surcharge came into force. The latest Buy-to-Let Index from

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Tesco updates the market

Tesco reported some optimistic results this morning as it delivered a second quarter of positive like-for-like sales growth across all parts of the group in what remains a challenging market