Andreas Dombret said that Brexit fits into a trend towards ‘renationalisation’ which he said he strongly believes ‘negatively affects the wellbeing of us all’
For my great-grandparents, their bubble burst in 1917. Like everyone else living in Moscow, they had watched as instability blazed into violence, until, finally, a full blown revolution was underway
'Ireland is seen as a natural alternative to the UK by EU jobseekers,' according to an economist behind the research
Guy Verhofstadt says that now is 'an existential moment for the European Union'
'It is unacceptable that there should be, through a certain number of statements by the president of the United States, pressure on what Europe should or should not be,' says Mr Hollande
'I’m just sick of the silly rules that come out of Europe'
Deals completed last month in the region had a total value of $90.8 billion, the highest volume for any January since 2006
'The irony is that those who have suffered the most in the last 25 years will be the first victims,' says Mr Stiglitz
'Why do we base the image of Muslims on women with headscarves? They are just a small section of it.'
Hull ranks as the third most deprived local authority in Britain and tops the lists of deprivation for education, skills and training. Just a month into its tenure, David Barnett asks what can culture do for the city and can the benefits be made to last?
The report follows a slew of comments from top UK bank executives relating to how their business structures might change after Brexit
More than one in two cars produced in the UK in 2016 was exported to Europe
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Even North Korea has some sort of arrangement with its neighbours but that’s because Kim Jong-un is a member of the liberal metropolitan elite, eh Theresa May
Jes Staley said that the majority of Barclays' European banking business would still be able to be done from the UK
Prime Minister's lack of assurances in Brexit negotiation speech led to pressure groups to call for greater action