Amsterdam, home to the world’s first “modern” stock exchange in the 17th century, is stealing the limelight from London once again. With EU-based financial institutions banned from trading European stock in London as a consequence of Brexit, Amsterdam overtook London as Europe’sRead more »
The UK has agreed to give the European Union more time to approve the Brexit trade deal struck between the two sides. The EU requested an extension to the 28 February deadline, something that has now been agreed to by the UK government. Mr Gove said in a letter to the European Commission's vice president, Maros Sefcovic, that the UK expects the EU to "satisfy its internal requirements" before 30 April and "that we would therefore not be asked to further extend the period" beyond that point.
Government pushes for Britain's farm produce to go global as US market opens to UK beef.