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In Brexit Britain, struggling domestic lenders are hounding risks and retirees

STOKE-ON-TRENT, England (Reuters) – The framed coat of arms at the Hanley Economic Building Society headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent features two squirrel-robed squirrel robes, "Safe Saving, Safe Construction" & # 39 ; What the mortgage lenders have been doing properly for more than 150 years. A general overview of the Hanley Economic Building Society branch in Stoke-on-Trent, UK, June 18, 2019. …

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Boris Johnson promises to heal Britain by delivering a good Brexit and keeping Jeremy Corbyn from No10 – The Sun

BORIS Johnson unveils a bold manifesto to unify divided Britain by achieving a good Brexit, increasing the number of cops and keeping Jeremy Corbyn from number 10. He outlines his dream of a prosperous, self-confident and forward-thinking nation – a vision he describes as "tailor-made for Sun readers and all their concerns". 8 Boris Johnson today unveils a bold manifesto …

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Boris Johnson defends the Brexit plan and the silence between the two parties

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title Boris Johnson on the Brexit, the privacy and its character. Boris Johnson admitted that he needed EU cooperation to circumvent a hard Irish border or paralyze tariffs on trade in the event of disagreement. In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the favorite of being the next prime minister said, …

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Nigel Farage at Brexit Live

N Higel Farage has signaled that the Brexit party could conclude an election pact with Boris Johnson to achieve a "massive" majority for a clean exit from the EU. At an event for telegraph subscribers in London on June 18, the former Ukip leader said that if Mr. Johnson became prime minister and campaigned for a no-deal ticket, "there would …

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Tory Leadership Race: Contenders fight for Brexit

Image Rights PA Candidates for the replacement of Theresa May as leader of the Conservatives have argued in a televised debate to push through Brexit. MEPs disagreed as to whether a new deal with the EU could be renegotiated and whether Brexit without a deal would be in prospect. Leadership hopes appeared in front of a studio audience during a …

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Brexit: Boris Johnson says he's "not doing business"

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title Johnson: Brexit delay means defeat campaign for Tory leadership. But he said it was an "important bargaining tool" not to have a deal on the table, and that the UK "should do better than the current readmission agreement". "Delay means defeat, delay means Corbyn," he said, saying Britain needed to …

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Britain's Johnson Baulks at Brexit cost hots up as a lead race

LONDON (Reuters) – Boris Johnson, the lead candidate for succeeding Theresa May as British Prime Minister, said on Sunday that he would retain an already agreed withdrawal payment of £ 39 billion (US $ 49.6 billion) until the European Union agrees to UK cancellation policy. FILE PHOTO: Former British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, succeeding Theresa May as Prime Minister, leaves …

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Trump calls on the UK to leave if the EU does not agree to the Brexit deal

US. President Donald Trump answered questions about Special Representative Robert Mueller's comments on leaving the White House on May 30, 2019 in Washington, DC. Win McNamee | Getty Images President Donald Trump called on the UK to refrain from any negotiations with the European Union if the country can not reach a favorable Brexit agreement. "If you do not get …

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Business lobby group CBI's Tories over no-deal Brexit

Image copyright Getty Images The Confederation of British Industry has warned Conservative leadership candidates about leaving the EU without a deal. A no-deal scenario would do "severe" damage Director general Carolyn Fairbairn warned that smaller companies can not afford the necessary preparations for leaving without a plan. She invited them to meet her members. The UK has been due to …

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