Braverman unable to identify a single industry to benefit from Brexit in excruciating interview 26/11/2023
Nick Robinson asked the former home secretary if she could identify a single industry that has benefitted from Brexit... she could not.
Dave Ramsden said the 2016 referendum had contributed to a lower “speed limit” for the UK economy compared to other nations.
Dave Ramsden tells MPs referendum fallout also contributed to lower speed limit for growth of UK economy.
The proportion of Brits who say Brexit was a mistake has hit a record high, a survey from pollsters YouGov shows. / With few economic benefits to show for the June 2016 vote to leave the European Union, 57 per cent of Brits said the decision to leave the European Union in 2016 was the wrong one, compared with 32 per cent who thought it was correct.
World-renowned economist Adam Posen reveals some tough truths about Britain’s situation.
The UK has seen investment from overseas collapse in the past two years, underscoring its diminishing allure as a global business destination since Brexit, revised United Nations data show.
‘Brexit is materially restricting our growth now,’ manufacturer Farrat says. / Manchester — Sick of customs delays and extra bureaucracy since Britain left the EU, Farrat, a small manufacturer on the edge of Manchester, is ramping up investment to compensate — in Germany.
Sick of customs delays and extra bureaucracy since Britain left the European Union, Farrat, a small manufacturer on the edge of Manchester, is ramping up investment to compensate - in Germany.
Manabu Tamaru is shorting UK bond futures on expectations the nation will continue paying a hefty inflationary price for its divorce from the European Union.
The U.K.'s anticipated accession to an encompassing trans-Pacific economic agreement in July will provide an "imperceptibly small" boost economically and will not compensate for its exit from the European Union, said Bill Emmott, former editor-in-chief of The Economist, in a recent interview with Nikkei.
Guy Hands said the business outlook and investment case for the UK is only getting worse and that the country needs to reforge trading ties with the European Union to stop the rot.
Stellantis warns UK government that the fledging electric vehicle industry is being jeopardised by a new 10% tariff.
Stellantis has warned it won’t be able to keep its commitment to building electric vehicles in the UK without changes to the Brexit deal.
Experts blame France pipping UK to EU investment crown for second straight year on Brexit 11/05/2023
Experts have today partially blamed post-Brexit uncertainty for helping France pip the UK to Europe’s investment hub crown for the second year in a row.
What's behind the FTSE exodus: Why Britain's public market woes aren't all Brexit's fault - and there's no 'silver bullet' to fix it 03/05/2023
UK capital markets have been described as a ‘backwater’ in the years since the 2016 Brexit referendum, with foreign investors averse to the extra risks and headwinds - and potential lack of reward - on offer in the wake of the country’s departure from the trading bloc.
Post-Brexit Britain does not have the money or the political will to respond to challenges from the US and EU.
Britain is falling behind, thanks to Brexit 30/03/2023
Britain led the first industrial revolution, but Europe will lead the next.
UK seeing ‘biggest squeeze on living standards’ on record, says head of fiscal watchdog.
Jeremy Hunt’s budget shows that leaving the EU is only paying off in a parallel universe.
Brexit “slammed the brake on UK investment”, SNP economy spokesperson Stewart Hosie has said. / Responding to Chancellor Jeremy Hunt's Spring Budget, Mr Hosie argued the UK economy was “one of the weakest” in the G7.
"As an investor we want a country to be stable," the European president of BYD declared.
Manufacturers say fears over red tape and political chaos are creating more uncertainty.
Companies in Great Britain that want access to the EU single market should invest in Northern Ireland, senior Tory MP Andrea Leadsom has said. / Northern Ireland firms will continue to be part of the single market under Rishi Sunak's Brexit deal with the EU.
The 2016 referendum result led to business investment being ‘stopped in its tracks’ and a ‘productivity penalty’ of £29bn, says Professor Jonathan Haskel.
As self-inflicted disasters go, it ranks as one of the worst in modern economic history."