Grocery Prices Rise and UK Shoppers are Feeling The Bite of Brexit
In July the cost of a basket of popular supermarket items rose by 1%, which is the second monthly increase in a row as the fallout from Brexit hits the prices on the high street according to a comparison website.
For years there have been falling prices due to increasing competition among the large supermarket chains and little or no consumer inflation. However, grocery prices are set to rise as the Pound Sterling – Read more
Brexit would Hit City of London says Britain’s Finance Lobby
TheCityUK lobby said that all of the alternatives to Britain’s membership of the European Union are second best and they could damage the competitiveness of City of London’s finance industry.
They also said that a bespoke financial service agreement was feasible between the European Union and Britain, however the content of such an agreement would be uncertain.
The negotiations would take time and a bloc might treat Britain a – Read more
Claims that Brexit Would be Terrible for Trade are Misleading
The UK exporters could be moderately unaffected if the UK was to withdraw from the EU.
Britain’s exporters would fall under little harm from an exit from the European Union according to a new report.
Capital Economics said that a Brexit wouldn’t be a disaster for the trade as some opponents of the exit have said.
There have been claims that millions of jobs rely on the membership in the EU, but this is actually mis – Read more