14 November 2018 • 8:31pm Brexit: What is the PM's deal - and what happens next? Brexit deal agreed by Cabinet after 'passionate' five-hour debate A third of ministers spoke out against deal Theresa May: 'I know there will be difficult days ahead' Tory MPs are threatening vote of confidence into Theresa May DUP warn PM's deal would lead to break up of United Kingdom Arlene Foster in London for showdown talks with PM Tory MP tells PM: You are not delivering Brexit people voted for PM: Deal takes UK 'significantly closer' to delivering Brexit Analysis: Deal a dog's breakfast but still best thing on the menu Sign up here to the Telegraph's Brexit WhatsApp group The Cabinet has agreed Theresa May's Brexit plan, as she said it was her deal, no deal or "no Brexit at all". The Prime Minister secured her senior ministers' support in an emergency Cabinet meeting which lasted five hours. A third of Cabinet - 11 out of … [Read more...] about Brexit deal latest news: Theresa May wins Cabinet backing for plan and warns it’s her deal, ‘no deal or no Brexit at all’
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14 November 2018 • 6:21pm Brexit: What is the PM's deal - and what happens next? Emergency Cabinet meeting started at 2pm, expected to run to 7pm Cabinet approval would unlock November EU Brexit summit DUP warn PM's deal would lead to break up of United Kingdom Arlene Foster in London for showdown talks with PM Tory MP tells PM: You are not delivering Brexit people voted for PM: Deal takes UK 'significantly closer' to delivering Brexit Analysis: Deal a dog's breakfast but still best thing on the menu Sign up here to the Telegraph's Brexit WhatsApp group Theresa May is hosting an emergency meeting of her Cabinet this afternoon as she attempts to persuade senior ministers to back her Brexit plan amid a fierce backlash from Tory Eurosceptics and the DUP. Arlene Foster, the leader of the DUP, is in London for showdown talks with the Prime Minister after her colleagues warned the deal could lead to the break up of the … [Read more...] about Brexit deal latest news: Cabinet locked in five hour meeting as Eurosceptics warn Theresa May her plan will lose her support of ‘millions of voters’
Adam Shell USA TODAY Published 5:48 AM EST Nov 6, 2018 Political elections and financial tumult have been intertwined ever since 2016, when the unexpected Brexit vote and President Trump's win caught investors off guard, sending shock waves through markets. In Tuesday's midterm elections, however, most Wall Street analysts aren't expecting market upheaval. The reason: Even if the vote results in a power shift in Congress and a return to divided government, it's unlikely to bring any near-term policy changes that will undue Trump's economic agenda or the passage of laws that will spook investors. Wall Street is already gearing up for the possibility that the Democrats will take back the House while the Republicans keep power in the Senate. This base case, investors say, would result in legislative gridlock, but not upset the status quo. In short, a split Congress would put the breaks on legislative activity in the coming year. "People look at a divided … [Read more...] about Midterm election: How stock market could react to voting
Each year thousands of people leave buying their travel money to the last minute, but it's a spending trap that could leave you at least £87 out of pocket. With four weeks before schools break up for summer, we've teamed up with the currently experts at FairFX to find out the best possible time to buy your holiday money - so that you don't end up losing out. "The summer holidays are fast approaching and millions of people will already have their summer getaway planned. For people who haven't already thought about getting their currency, now is the time to act – planning ahead is crucial," FairFX boss, Ian Strafford-Taylor, told Mirror Money. "The truly savvy holidaymakers among us will be planning their travel money now, if they haven't already, and they’ll be the ones who get the biggest bang for their buck – whether that’s getting the best rates or discovering alternative destinations where the pound goes furthest." "Forced into accepting a poor … [Read more...] about Best time to buy travel money ahead of the school summer holidays
Xavier Niel is in demand these days. The founder of French telecommunication group Iliad SA joined technology icons including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of other top executives at a meeting with President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace last week. A day earlier, Niel was thronged by admirers attending a conference at his Station F tech-startup incubator on Paris’s Left Bank.“Everybody wants their photo with him,” said Erel Margalit, an Israeli venture capitalist who was among those lining up for selfies with Niel. “He’s created an icon of innovation.”Niel earned his fame, and an estimated fortune of $6.1 billion, with a simple idea: offer below-market rates for Internet and phone service, including mobile subscriptions costing as little as 2 euros a month. Since signing up its first customers 16 years ago, Iliad has grown to a 5 billion-euro-a-year ($5.8 billion) business that’s now the No. 2 player in French broadband and … [Read more...] about Xavier Niel Was France’s Tech Darling. Now His Customers Are Leaving.