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A thousand EU financial firms plan to open UK offices after Brexit
More than a thousand banks, asset managers, payments companies and insurers in the European Union plan to open offices in post-Brexit Britain so they can continue serving UK clients, regulatory consultancy Bovill said on Monday.
Johnson to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants post-Brexit: Telegraph
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to impose new restrictions on low-skilled migrants moving to Britain on the first day after the Brexit transition period ends in December, the Telegraph reported.
UK economy won’t stay close to EU after Brexit, Javid says
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid signaled Britain is planning to shift its economy further away from the European Union’s, firing an early salvo in what’s set to be a fractious year in hammering out their future relationship.
Big Ben Brexit Bong, to cost £50,000 per bong
In a bid to make Big Ben ring when the UK leaves the EU, Millionaire businessman Arron Banks, and the Leave Means Leave group, have donated £50,000 to this end. An online appeal has raised more than £200,000, with the cost of making the famous bell work in time for the one-off event estimated to be £500,000.
EU Brexit spokesman says Britain assured him about those who do not apply for settled status
The UK government has sought to reassure the EU that its citizens living in the UK will not be deported if they fail to apply for settled status, the European parliament’s Brexit co-ordinator has said. UK Ministers, however, have refused calls to give EU citizens physical proof of their right to stay in the UK after Brexit for fear of “another Windrush” setting off fresh anger.
UK won’t automatically deport EU nationals after Brexit: EU official
Britain will not automatically deport European Union citizens who have not applied for the right to remain in the country after Brexit, European Parliament Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt said Friday.
Post-Brexit Food security plan biggest shake-up in 40 years
The UK’s food security shall be assessed on a regular basis by parliament to ensure minimal disruption to supplies after the country leaves the EU and while new trade deals are sought.
Total shifting ‘finance hub’ to Paris from London ‘due to Brexit’
The boss of French oil giant Total has said moving the company’s financial hub out of London to Paris due to Brexit is ‘a logical decision’.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill cleared the House of Commons on Thursday
Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill cleared the House of Commons on Thursday in a major milestone that means the UK is on track to leave the EU on 31 January. The prime minister won a vote on the EU withdrawal bill at third reading by 330 votes to 231, a majority of 99.The bill will now go to the House of Lords where peers could give it further scrutiny but are most unlikely to block its passage.
Northern Ireland's DUP backs deal to restore devolved government
Northern Ireland’s largest pro-British party, the Democratic Unionist Party, said it believed a draft deal published by the British and Irish governments on Thursday provided the basis for the re-establishment of regional assembly.
UK labor market shows signs of life after Johnson election win
The UK labor market received an election boost in December, with the number of people placed in permanent jobs rising for the first time in a year and business optimism surging.
British establishment wary of post-Brexit crisis in NI
As we head into the New Year, there appears to be no realistic breakthrough to Northern Ireland’s long-running political crisis.
UK employment levels at risk due to Brexit and stalling investment
UK employment could fall in 2020, despite average UK pay being expected to pass its pre-crisis record, economists have said.
UK lawmakers OK Johnson’s Brexit bill, pave way to exit EU
British lawmakers gave preliminary approval Friday to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill, clearing the way for the UK to leave the European Union next month.

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