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More jobs fleeing the City because of Brexit. These won't be minimum wage roles, but highly remunerated positions, so there's going to be a significant wodge of income tax no longer flowing to the Treasury. But blue passports, so...
Goldman Sachs is shifting some of its euro swaps trading desk to Milan from London, the latest example of roles moving to the continent after Brexit trib.al/P2gPRKf
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"Sizewell C nuclear plant confirmed with £700m public stake EDF’s Suffolk plant will create 10,000 highly skilled jobs and help secure UK energy security, ministers say" On an unrelated note, many of EDF's plants in France are offline because of cracks. theguardian.com/business/202…
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Blair: "In the US & Britain, the main parties are so piledriven into the political landscape you can't disturb it. If you look round the rest of Europe where they have different electoral systems, you get new political parties forming and breaking through" podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcas…
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Four and a bit years ago, China was being touted as the great hope of a post-Brexit Britain by people like Liam Fox. That worked out well... 🤦‍♂️ gov.uk/government/speeches/l…
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"Stalker who left Claire Foy ‘terrified in her home’ illegally entered UK, court hears" Guardian appears to jump on the migrant-bashing bandwagon by not even mentioning he's from the US anywhere in the article. theguardian.com/uk-news/2022…
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"Social media firms face big UK fines if they fail to stop sexist and racist content Revised online safety bill proposes fines of 10% of revenue but drops harmful communications offence" Big question: will they find it cheaper to dump British users? theguardian.com/technology/2…
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Key point here is that the finding stated that the BBC should also have covered firms less badly impacted by Brexit. No suggestion that they should have showcased firms that benefited from Brexit (presumably because they'd have had to go abroad for that).
🔴 The BBC broke impartiality rules when it reported on the negative impact of Brexit on Scottish businesses, an internal investigation has found telegraph.co.uk/news/2022/11…
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Travel to (the rest of) Europe next summer could be hellish...
Exclusive Frontier checks for British travellers to Europe next summer could take 4x longer than now. Reason: the UK asked to be treated as a "3rd country" after Brexit so subject to the fingerprinting and face biometric checks of the new Entry Exit System independent.co.uk/travel/new…
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GB News comes out to bat against the damage caused by Brexit...
'It's like deciding to go out with no clothes on when there's a storm...that's where we are at the moment.' After UK farmers said they're 'struggling to cope' after Brexit, chair of Save British Farming, Liz Webster, says the solution is to 'get back into the single market.'
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Make the most of this sort of coverage, because the ex GB News chap the BBC just hired is unlikely to allow it to continue...
Following criticism of the UK-Australia trade deal - what state is Britain's post-Brexit economy in? #Newsnight's Economics Editor @BenChu_ examines the contribution of existing & upcoming trade deals to GDP & how they compare with the EU bbc.in/3VzrJb6 🎥👇
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The former editorial director of GB News - the overtly anti-‘woke’, anti-BBC broadcaster - has now been hired as the BBC’s director of news programmes. What a farce.
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David Miliband weighs in on the elephant everyone's suddenly noticed has been in the middle of the room all along: Brexit.
'We've lost European cooperation because of Brexit and we have got to build it back.' Ex-Foreign Secretary David Miliband says Britain has to be honest about the fact that through Brexit, the UK has 'shredded' its reputation. @AndrewMarr9 | @DMiliband
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This is hilarious, because when you read the substance of the BBC findings, they contend that the programme makers should also have covered firms LESS BADLY affected by Brexit. There was no suggestion of a lost opportunity to showcase firms doing BETTER as a result of Brexit.
BBC broke impartiality rules by presenting 'unbalanced view' on Brexit. Well, I for one am SHOCKED and AMAZED to hear this. 😳😳😳 mol.im/a/11477045
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There are no bigger issues than Brexit, because it damages the economy EVERY YEAR forever. 5 years of the next government = 5 more years of damage, adding up to hundreds of billions of pounds. It's like trying to drive with the handbrake on. Until you address it, you're stuck.
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Imagine something reduces your income by £100 a month. After a month, you're £100 worse off. After two months, £200. After three, £300. And so on. This quickly adds up to a huge amount of money, and affects what you can spend on anything else. Your best-laid plans are worthless.
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I wonder if a merged LibDem-Green party could attract more votes than each party would otherwise have attracted separately? Logic: the new entity would be seen as that much closer to being electable in more constituencies. Of course in reality such a merger might be impossible!
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Thinking behind my question: Isn't potentially getting part of your manifesto better than never getting anything at all? (A party without real power is a glorified protest group, only with better offices and more funding.)
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Emily Thornberry defended Keir Starmer's u-turn on freedom of movement on this evening's edition of Peston - thus indirectly emphasising that it is a u-turn, and giving us more evidence of his current pro-Brexit persona. (I was watching the live web stream. It's on ITV later.)
We are 🅻🅸🆅🅴 comment below & RT to create the debate #Peston Joining @Peston & @AnushkaAsthana tonight 👇 🔒@TomTugendhat 🏥@patcullen9 📺@KirstieMAllsopp 🌹@EmilyThornberry 🔵@edvaizey nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1yn…
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Perfectly Normal Britain, 2022.
Ex-GB News editorial director John McAndrew joins BBC as director of news and programmes pressgazette.co.uk/the-wire/…
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