A former HSBC executive has won a British court battle against the U.S. government over his extradition, according to the judge’s ruling published on Tuesday.
Monthly Archives: July 2018
Dublin to push for fresh Northern Irish talks in the autumn – PM
The Irish government will push Northern Ireland’s political parties to make a fresh attempt at restoring their devolved power-sharing government later this year, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Tuesday.
Banks say UK finance exports underscore need for good Brexit deal
Britain’s exports of financial services to the European Union hit a record high last year, highlighting the need for the City to preserve access to the bloc after Brexit, industry officials said… Read More
Exclusive – Lloyd’s of London reviews operations after losing £2 billion and CEO
Lloyd’s of London is reviewing all aspects of its business, including its centuries-old structure, to ensure it is cost-competitive and responsive to both clients and members, especially after Britain leaves the EU,… Read More
Hunt urges France and Germany to push EU for Brexit deal
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt urged France and Germany on Tuesday to lobby European Union negotiators for a sensible outcome to Brexit talks, warning that Europe would also suffer “if Brexit goes wrong”.
Britain’s car industry cautions – No-deal Brexit is our nightmare
A no-deal Brexit would seriously damage the car industry in Britain and the European Union by raising costs and sowing chaos for carmakers and consumers alike, the head of Britain’s car industry… Read More
Manchester suicide bomber was rescued by British navy in 2014 from Libya – Daily Mail
A British man who killed 22 people in an attack in Manchester at the end of a show by U.S. singer Ariana Grande was rescued from the civil war in Libya three… Read More
Mood among UK consumers, firms remains fragile – surveys
Confidence among British consumers and businesses remains stuck well below levels before the Brexit vote in 2016, surveys showed on Tuesday, two days before an expected interest rate increase by the Bank… Read More
Hunt to warn France, Austria of costs of no-deal Brexit
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will visit Paris and Vienna this week to discuss Brexit and warn of the costs to Britain and the European Union of failing to reach a transition… Read More
MPs criticise Lloyds’ fraud redress scheme as ‘unfair’
A group of MPs on Monday wrote to the financial watchdog and the board of Lloyds Banking Group accusing the bank of “victim blaming” and “unfairness” in its redress scheme for victims… Read More
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