Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Canadians spent $6.2bn (£3.5bn) on marijuana in 2015, almost as much as they did on wine, a report has shown.  A study of marijuana consumption between 1960 and 2015 carried out by Canada's...
A transition period after Brexit where the UK continues to accept EU rules would be a “price worth paying” for economic stability, an influential Commons committee has said. Cross-party MPs on the...
Local authorities are to be allowed to raise council tax by up to 5.99 per cent next year, after a further relaxation of the Government-imposed cap to address shortfalls in funding...
Bitcoin tumbled by 15 per cent on Wednesday after it reached record highs of over $19,850 (£14,811) on Monday. It is the cryptocurrency's steepest decline since before futures trading was introduced on 10...
The number of UK businesses facing the risk of insolvency grew over the course of 2017, insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 said on Tuesday. The study, drawn from a database of 3.6...
Policymakers at the Bank of England believe the risk of a “no-deal” Brexit has been reduced by Theresa May’s Brussels agreement last week – and that this breakthrough may boost UK economic...
Global miner BHP Billiton said on Tuesday it has taken a preliminary decision to quit the World Coal Association citing disagreement over climate change, and might also withdraw from the US Chamber...
Theresa May is set to climbdown on her promise to stamp the Brexit date into UK law on Wednesday after shying away from another confrontation with Tory rebels. Ms May had been...
The majority of UK companies, lobby groups and trade associations made no secret of their views on Brexit back in June 2016, and though their opinions might have become more nuanced...
Britain’s military has prioritised the protection of undersea cables from Russia because if they are cut or disrupted there would be an immediate and “potentially catastrophic” hit to the economy, the...

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