Brexit Plan B looks an awful lot like Plan A.
No radical changes expected, though she may seek alterations to an insurance policy known as the “backstop.”
The International Monetary Fund cites heightened trade tensions and rising US interest rates.
SYSPRO webinar covers how smart manufacturers will weather the coming storm.
Many lawmakers think a “soft Brexit” that kept Britain in the EU’s single market or customs union is the only plan capable of winning a majority in Parliament.
Shrugs off predictions the world could be headed for another recession.
Britain’s PM is caught between the rock of her own negotiating red lines and the hard place of a Parliament that wants to force a radical change of course.
The House of Commons’ 432-202 vote against May’s plan was widely expected.
Mounting a determined campaign of intimidation and retribution over Meng Wanzhou case.
There are concerns the decision is politically motivated.
Crude-by-rail exports have spiked over the past year amidst a pipeline shortage and a big discount on Western Canadian Select oil.
“We are leaving the EU on the 29th of March this year, because that’s what Article 50 says, that’s what Parliament voted for, and that’s now what domestic British legislation says as well,” British minister Martin Callanan said.
Destroyer spotted in an area near disputed islands in the South China Sea.
Brands from Ford to jeweler already have reported abrupt declines in sales.
The case involves an Alberta woman who has been teaching in China for months.