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The spectacular collapse of the pound against the US dollar has shattered the illusion that Britain is entitled in perpetuity to special status among the world elite.
Bruno Le Maire is the French opposite number to chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng.
Times must be hard in London: Brexit Britain wants to rejoin Europe’s political community.
PM and chancellor say they will not publish projections until late November despite them being ready next week.
In the US they call it ‘starving the beast’ – cut taxes and, as revenue decreases, you create irresistible pressure for austerity.
Rejecting expertise and skill in favour of loyalty was always going to lead to this.
Six years into the Brexit disaster, the malevolent anti-democratic forces who did so much to facilitate the success of the vote to leave the EU in June 2016 are finally where they always wanted to be: running the government...
Ex-US Treasury chief fears for UK becoming ‘submerging market’. / “Between Brexit, how far the Bank of England got behind the curve and now these fiscal policies, I think Britain will be remembered for having pursuing the worst macroeconomic policies of any major country in a long time.”
Red tape continues to frustrate small businesses as the hunt for the sunlit uplands goes on.
Promises that exiting the EU would leave the UK better placed to protect the environment lie in tatters.
Labour’s leader is perceived to be sitting on his hands over Europe. But private discussions with European leaders tell a different story.
The lucrative UK/US trade deal is dead - so will it Liz Truss now press ahead with ripping up parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol?
It was long touted as one of the biggest prizes of Brexit, but Liz Truss has finally been forced to drop the Government’s plan to strike a free trade deal with the US.
PRIME Minister Liz Truss has said a post-Brexit trade deal with the US could be years away despite her predecessor Boris Johnson championing it as a big Brexit bonus.
Liz Truss has conceded negotiations for a post-Brexit free trade deal with the US will not restart for years as she flew to New York ahead of a meeting with Joe Biden.
Today Liz Truss poured cold water on a potential deal, saying she doesn't foresee any negotiations taking place any time soon.
Truss’s relations with US president already strained by her threats as foreign secretary to rip up post-Brexit trading arrangements in NI.
PM admits talks are not even taking place and plays down hopes from Brexiters that they could start ‘in the short to medium term’.
Prime minister will not discuss trade with Joe Biden in meeting on Wednesday.
Prime minister concedes negotiations will not begin in the "short to medium term" as she flies to New York.
Securing a trade deal with the US was sold at the time as being one of the most significant benefits of leaving the EU.
Prime Minister Liz Truss has admitted that there are no hopes "in the short to medium term" for a transatlantic trade pact with the United States as she prepared for a meeting with Joe Biden.
London replies to European Commission in a letter setting out Britain’s unilateral decision to carry on with the status quo.
The UK Government is understood to have told Brussels it will continue with the grace periods relating to the Northern Ireland Protocol.