After May’s speech on Brexit today, the Prime Minister was twice asked by reporters if she still believed that leaving the EU Single Market would make Britain poorer.
Apple is planning to raise the price of apps on its Appstore because of the Pound’s weakness against the U.S. Dollar.
The front page of The Times today is almost entirely taken up by Michael Gove’s exclusive interview with Donald Trump.
With the UK due to start negotiations with EU leaders for a trade deal after Brexit, it doesn’t help to insult the very people we need on our side.
The Chancellor bought shares in a food technology company just months before it won a share of £560,000 government contract.
This morning a government minister said they were seriously considering imposing a £1,000-a-year levy on EU worker hired by British companies.
If you thought Theresa May had a bad time today at #PMQs after being asked about the NHS crisis, that doesn’t compare to government minister Damian Green.
The Health Secretary was asked today about his comments on NHS waiting lists, yet he tried his best to run away.
In a week when even right-wing tabloids accepted there was a crisis at the NHS, the Health Secretary is furiously denying anything of the sort.
The Pound has fallen even further this morning – now to its lowest against the Dollar in two months – thanks to Theresa May’s comments yesterday on Brexit.