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Latest Articles in Brexit

New UK Visa Crackdown To Hit Indian IT Professionals

The ICT route is largely used by Indian IT companies in Britain and the UK's Migration Advisory Committee had found that Indian IT workers accounted for nearly 90 per cent of visas issued under this route

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British Government Loses Court Case On How To Trigger Brexit

Britons voted in June to leave the EU; PM wants to start formal Brexit talks by end of March; High Court says parliamentary approval needed for Brexit

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India All Set To Rewrite Diplomacy With UK

The implications of Brexit have indeed put Britain’s economic fate at stake, but India is all set to cash-in on the situation during the visit of Theresa May by rephrasing its diplomacy

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Britain’s Economic Left Turn

The most worrying aspect of Theresa May’s philosophy is the combination of a hard Left turn on the economy and a hard Right turn on social issues. In a liberal society, it should be the exact opposite: Right economically, Left socially

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Trumponomics Or Brexit? Take Your Pick

What globalisation has really done is to level off some of the glaring disparities between the tiny minority of rich countries and the large majority of those nations living in abject poverty

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Bank Of England's Carney Faces Up To Pressure From Prices And Politics

Many supporters of Britain's exit from the EU strongly objected to Carney's warnings of the economic risks of Brexit in the run-up to the referendum

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ECB Seen Firmly On Hold, Charting Course To More Easing In December

The European Central Bank is set to keep policy unchanged on Thursday but will likely lay the groundwork for more easing in December as it tries to sustain a long-awaited rebound in consumer prices

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Top Bankers Warn Of Risk Of 2017 Exodus From Britain

The future of London as Europe's financial centre is expected to be a major negotiating point in British leader May's talks with EU partners

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British Economy Loses Steam As Business Investment Wilts

Chief financial officers in major British firms report only a partial rebound in business morale after a post-Brexit vote nosedive

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British Leader Names India Among Nations Keen On FTA With UK

'Brexit should not just prompt us to think about our new relationship with the European Union. It should make us think about our role in the wider world'

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European Firms Offer Britain Scant Support In Divorce Talks

Britain wants a trade deal that gives London's financial district, known as the City, access to EU clients while allowing the government to restrict migration from the bloc - something at odds with the basic rules of the European Union

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Bank Of England Signals New Rate Cut Despite Brexit Bounceback

The Bank of England said it was still likely to cut interest rates to just above zero later this year, even though the initial Brexit hit to Britain's economy would be less severe than it expected only last month

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Tough Conditions Call For Hard Decisions On Portfolio: Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry

Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry has said the challenges some of the group's businesses face require hard and bolder decisions on pruning portfolio

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UK Sets Up Working Group With India To Prepare For Post-Brexit Trade

Britain cannot formally agree trade deals with other countries until it has left the EU, a process which will take at least two years from when it kicks off divorce talks

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India On Path To Become Pivot For High-Tech Manufacturing: UN

The quarterly 'World Manufacturing Production report' expects global manufacturing output to increase by only 2.8 per cent in 2016

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