Ursula von der Leyen says young people give her confidence Dr Eoin Drea suggested the EU’s obsession with pinning all the blame on Britain, and consequently dishing out punishment, misses the point – and will come back to bite eventually. And he
BORIS JOHNSON could be set to face a Tory rebellion on Monday, amid anger that the poorest in society could still have to sell their homes to pay for care.
It has been claimed that Mr Sunak has allowed UK Treasury mandarins to water down the Government’s freeport strategy. Government ministers have claimed the benefits of the new freeports will be restrained by a lack of “ambition”. The ministers said the planned
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out his plans for a new framework for financial regulations to remove laws imposed by Brussels. It seeks to give British firms more flexibility to boost the economy as ministers want to go through the EU laws
Eurozone business growth slipped to a six-month low in October as supply chain bottlenecks and logistical issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic pushed input prices to rise at the fastest rate in over two decades. While eurozone manufacturing activity remained strong last
Fury has been sparked by British fishermen who warned the UK is losing millions of pounds to foreign vessels despite Brexit. He explained that EU fleets are taking £17million every year from British waters. Speaking to France 24, a fisherman said: “It’s
BORIS JOHNSON will aim to push world leaders to make more meaningful promises on cash and climate change during his visit to the US this week at the UN General Assembly meeting.