Amazon's huge two-day sale is now only a week away when Prime members can look forward to discounts on more than a million items. On Amazon Prime Day, prices on everything from music and fashion to film and fitness will be slashed across the board to help budget-conscious shoppers make their money go further. And for the first time ever, Amazon Prime Day is set to run for a full 48 hours as Amazon looks to extend its biggest shopping day of the year. So get the credit card ready because this is all you need to know about Amazon Prime Day. When is Amazon Prime Day 2019? Amazon Prime Day starts at 00.01am on Monday, July 15 and runs until 11.59pm on Tuesday, July 16. This means that the sale runs for an entire 48 hours, eclipsing last year's total of 36 hours. Are there any deals right now? Yes! Prime members can find limited-time offers and deals. Today's deals include: Amazon Fashion: Save up to 40% on Amazon fashion brands Amazon Handmade: Save up to 30% on selected Amazon Handmade … [Read more...] about When is Amazon Prime Day and what deals can I expect?
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David Paton 7 July 2019 8:00 AM 7 July 2019 8:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Project Fear is back after a seasonal break. Far from resolving anything, Theresa May’s decision to delay Brexit back in the spring simply kicked the can down the road, frustrating companies who invested scarce resources into getting ready for a 31st March departure. Damaging as the decision to delay Brexit was, the silver lining is that seven months’ on, the UK is likely to be in a much better position to cope with the no-deal fall out. You wouldn’t know if it you listened to the CBI who continue to churn out “no-deal” scare stories. Or if you read the civil service memo apparently “leaked” to the media, explaining that the UK needs at least another five months to be ready for “no deal”. Funnily enough, that takes us beyond the 31st October deadline. You might almost think Mark Sedwill and co. are trying … [Read more...] about A Halloween no-deal Brexit is no longer a scary prospect
Ivan Rogers 18 June 2019 5:42 PM 18 June 2019 5:42 PM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp I must confess that, with denial, delusion-mongering and deception still rampant across British politics – on all sides, I might add – I do find this [speaking today] quite a formidable challenge! I want to remain resolutely optimistic about our country’s long-term prospects. We all know this is a great country. Sadly, it’s one currently very poorly led by a political elite, some masquerading as non-elite, which has great difficulties discerning and telling the truth. I am discouraged by just how badly Brexit has been handled to date, and currently pessimistic that this is going to get any better any time soon. I am worried that the longer the sheer lack of seriousness and honesty, the delusion mongering goes on, the more we imperil our long-term prospects. It is not patriotism to keep on failing to confront realities and to make … [Read more...] about Ivan Rogers: no deal is now the most likely Brexit outcome
FULLY TEN leadership candidates faced a first ballot of Conservative MPs as we went to press. In hopes of being one of the final two to go through to a vote by party members, they are vying to promise the most extravagant tax and spending plans. But the immediate challenge for the winner, who will take office in late July, will be Brexit, which is due to happen three months later. And here the promises vary from instant renegotiation of Britain’s exit deal to withdrawing with no deal at all. The timing is tight. Parliament is likely to go into recess just after the new prime minister is installed, and the European Union will go on holiday. MPs come back in September, but for less than two weeks before their party conferences. Brussels will be preoccupied with getting a new commission approved by the European Parliament by November 1st. A summit of EU leaders on October 17th-18th will come just a fortnight before the Brexit deadline. Get our daily newsletter Upgrade your inbox … [Read more...] about Tory candidates are misleading people about a no-deal Brexit
John Fritze and Michael Collins USA TODAY Published 3:15 PM EDT May 17, 2019 WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump will suspend tariffs on steel and aluminum that were imposed on Canada and Mexico a year ago in an effort to gain leverage in broader trade negotiations, the White House said Friday. Trump was poised to lift the tariffs in coming days, said two sources familiar with the deal who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of an announcement not yet made public. The president announced a deal in broad outlines during a previously scheduled speech in Washington on Friday. "I’m pleased to announce that we've just reached an agreement with Canada and Mexico and we’ll be selling our products into those countries without the imposition of tariffs, or major tariffs," Trump said during an address to the National Association of Realtors. "Big difference." Trump drew howls from allies last May when he used … [Read more...] about Donald Trump will lift aluminum, steel tariffs on Canada, Mexico