Brexit divorce bill estimated at between £35bn and £39bn  

Theresa May is welcomed by European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.Businesses & bankers urged the government to make urgent progress on trade talks after Theresa May secured a “hard won” agreement with the European commission to allow the government to move to the second stage of Brexit negotiations. Sterling was higher against the euro, up 0.2% at €1.1468.

The British Chambers of Commerce also called for more detail early in the new year about the UK’s future trade relationship with the EU. Read more HERE.

Published on 08/12/2017 @ 13h35   | |