Today marks a year since the UK public voted to leave the European Union – 23 June 2016.
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.
The UK public is gearing up to head to the polls as a snap general election takes place in fewer than 10 days.
After the UK’s Brexit referendum last June, there was much concern that the polls had got it wrong.
Britons are buying fewer motorcycles, according to the National Motorcycle Dealers Association (NMDA).
Recent figures put UK net migration at 273,000, however the Conservative government’s election manifesto will promise to bring it down to the “tens of thousands,” the BBC reported.
The UK will not enter into “a briefing war” with the European Commission over Brexit talks, according to Conservative party sources.
The majority of British voters think that the decision to leave the European Union (EU) was a mistake for the first time since the referendum, according to a YouGov survey for The Times published today.
Some of the world’s biggest drug companies warned that they will withdraw from the UK market if the NHS does not receive an extra £20bn a year.
The sugar tax will come into force across the UK from April next year, after MPs approved the legislation yesterday.
The UK prime minister Theresa May shocked everyone yesterday when she announced a snap general election to take place on 8 June.
Earlier today, the UK prime minister Theresa May surprised the country by announcing a snap general election.
The UK’s prime minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election will take place on 8 June 2017.