Brexit News Archive: 31 May 2017

British PM May could lose majority in June 8 election - projection

Prime Minister Theresa May could lose control of parliament in Britain's June 8 election, according to a projection by polling company YouGov, raising the prospect of political deadlock just as formal Brexit talks begin. In stark contrast to opinion polls that have until the past week shown May on course ...
Reuters / Times of Malta   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 15:49:00

British PM May could lose majority in June 8 election: Pollster

Prime Minister Theresa May could lose control of parliament in Britain's June 8 election, according to a projection by polling company YouGov, raising the prospect of political deadlock just as formal Brexit talks begin
Hurriyet   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 15:17:00

For Sterling, the U.K. Election Is Just the Start of the Story

Caution on the pound could be warranted, as minds focus on the Brexit negotiations after the U.K. vote.
Heard on the Street   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 13:03:57

EU regulator warns London bankers on 'letterbox' relocation

Licensing guide issued ahead of expected influx of companies as Brexit draws nearer
FT   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 11:42:42

£12 Billion Allied Irish Banks to Float in London

Britain's Brexit IPO boom continues with the news that the Irish government will float state-owned Allied Irish Banks (AIB) in London and in Dublin. City AM reports the bank could be valued at as much as €12bn, making it London's biggest flotation since the 2011 Glencore IPO, and one of ...
Guy Fawkes' blog   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 09:33:28

U.K's PM May Could Lose Majority in June 8 Election

Prime Minister Theresa May could lose control of parliament in Britain's June 8 election, according to a projection by polling company YouGov, raising the prospect of political deadlock just as formal Brexit talks begin. In stark contrast to opinion polls that have until the past week shown May on course ...
OANDA   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 08:58:36

Regulator warns City against setting up post-Brexit 'letterbox' companies in EU

FT   |   Wed, 31 May 2017 08:34:19

Election 2017 debate: Parties clash on Brexit

The negotiations to leave the EU dominate the BBC Wales Election 2017 debate.
BBC   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 21:15:16

Deal or no deal? There's 'ample room' for EU to trade freely with City of London after Brexit, says OECD

Telegraph   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 16:58:29

May poses Brexit deal or no deal conundrum

Prime minister sets sights on Brussels in closing stages of election campaign
FT   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 16:24:27

Theresa May: Jeremy Corbyn not ready for Brexit talks

Theresa May says she is ready for Brexit negotiations, but "Jeremy Corbyn is not".
BBC   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 14:12:33

Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn would be 'alone and naked' in Brexit negotiations

Jack Maidment / Telegraph   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 13:03:55

For Sterling, the U.K. Election Is Just the Start of the Story

Caution on the pound could be warranted, as minds focus on the Brexit negotiations after the U.K. vote.
Heard on the Street   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 12:31:27

UK General Election 2017: Fintech And The Party Manifestos

In 10 days, the United Kingdom will vote in the snap general election and I examined what their pledges would mean for the fintech industry and the country, as a whole, in terms of Brexit.
Madhvi Mavadiya, Contributor / Forbes   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 11:07:00

Ryanair lifts profits despite slashing fares to stimulate demand

Airline cut prices following terrorist attacks and Brexit vote
FT   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 08:02:38

Ryanair posts record annual profits despite sharp falls in average fares and Brexit worries

To rub salt into British Airways' self-inflicted wounds after its Bank Holiday weekend IT collapse led to massive flight delays and cancellations, one of its arch rivals, Ryanair PLC (LON:RYA) this morning reported record annual profits, although some cautious comments from its always outspoken boss caused the Irish carrier's shares ...
Proactive Investors   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 07:11:00

British PM May says she'd walk out of Brexit talks rather than get stuck with bad deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would walk away from divorce talks with the European Union without a deal if she had to, but her rival in an election next week, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn, said he would make sure an agreement was reached if he won power. Britons will ...
Reuters / South China Morning Post   |   Tue, 30 May 2017 05:10:53

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