Today, 15 August, is an important date for the history books, as it was the day India was granted its independence from Great Britain.
Prior to the Brexit vote last June, it was predicted that a vote to leave the European Union (EU) would cause a major recession and plunge the UK into an economic downturn.
As the dust settles from last week’s general election, UK businesses have raised concerns over what a hung parliament could mean for the country.
When the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU) last June, the nation was split: 52 percent in favour of leaving against 48 percent who wanted to remain.
Earlier today, the UK prime minister Theresa May surprised the country by announcing a snap general election.
Companies that have faced cyber attacks are often criticised for not having stringent enough guards – but their wallets can be affected too.
Last week, British prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, the official exit clause of the Lisbon treaty that sets a two-year deadline for a country to leave the European Union (EU).
Optimism among UK chief financial officers (CFO) is at an 18 month high after the Brexit vote, a new survey by Deloitte has found.
The UK prime minister has officially started the Brexit process by triggering Article 50.