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Jeremy Hunt’s budget shows that leaving the EU is only paying off in a parallel universe.
The Liberal Democrat leader accused the two main parties of avoiding confronting the economic impacts of Britain’s departure from the EU.
Sir Ed Davey said the UK must repair its "broken relationship with Europe" to boost the economy as the Lib Dem leader set out his party's main arguments for winning seats at an election during the spring conference.
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.
Chris Heaton-Harris says "no", leaving the EU has not damaged the economy. / Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris was left struggling to defend the economic case for Brexit, after being put on the spot by Sky News’ Sophy Ridge.
Almost two in three Britons believe Brexit has damaged the UK economy, a new poll for The Independent has found.
Brexit created "frictions" in trade that impacted the UK economy, Work and Pensions Secretary Mel Stride has said.
As self-inflicted disasters go, it ranks as one of the worst in modern economic history."
Britain has got poorer because of Brexit, former chancellor Philip Hammond has admitted.
The former chancellor said the Conservatives, Labour and national broadcasters "won’t talk about it", but the split with the EU is to blame.
An Ipsos poll suggests that most people think Brexit is going worse than expected.
Labour said the warning underlines the need for a ‘more productive’ relationship with Brussels following Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
Bank of England Chief Economist Huw Pill suggested that the UK is yet to see any positive economic benefits from exiting the European Union.
The hits to Britain's economy from Brexit are probably appearing faster than expected, Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent said on Thursday.
Brexiteers promised to “take back control.” But the decision has instead delivered recession, gloom, and despair.
THE UK will be the only major economy to plunge into recession the year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned – with the finger pointed at the “economic self-harm of Brexit” on the three year anniversary of Britain leaving the EU.
The UK is on course to be the world's worst-performing major economy this year, according to updated predictions from the International Monetary Fund - which puts at least part of the blame on higher taxes and interest rates.
Paul Johnson responds to IMF warning that UK will be weakest major G7 economy this year.
Probably not the anniversary present the government was hoping to offer the public.
Three years after the UK formally exited the European Union, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released new economic forecasts for 2023 which project that the UK will be the only advanced economy to contract this year.
Brexit is costing the UK economy £100 billion a year ($124 billion), with the effects spanning everything from business investment to the ability of companies to hire workers.
The forecast leaves the UK economy languishing behind sanctions-hit Russia.
The consequences of ending the free movement of people between Britain and the EU are becoming painfully clear.
The shadow foreign secretary said the current UK-EU trade deal is damaging the British economy.
The problems have been "amplified" by Brexit, the former Bank of England governor said.