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‘Arguable case’ government committed contempt over Brexit legal advice.

By Aubrey Allegretti, the political reporter. The government may have broken parliamentary rules by failing to fully release legal advice over the Brexit deal, according to John Bercow. The House of Commons Speaker announced MPs would get a chance to debate and vote...

Brexit: Ministers may have broken rules by not publishing legal advice – Speaker.

The UK government may have broken Parliamentary rules by not publishing Brexit legal advice, the Commons Speaker has said. John Bercow said there was an “arguable case” that a contempt of Parliament has been committed. It means MPs will debate and vote on...

London house prices: Tips for navigating higher rates and falling values.

Last updated: October 11, 2018 With an uncertain economic outlook, the unknowns of the next few years may require shrewd decision-making and expert advice. With some of the highest real estate values in the world, the London housing market has been an attractive...

London to lose €800bn to Frankfurt as banks prepare for Brexit.

Lobby group says up to 37 finance firms are relocating to Germany, taking assets with them. Kalyeena Makortoff Banking correspondent London will lose up to to €800bn (£700bn) in assets to rival financial hub Frankfurt by March 2019 as banks start to transfer business...

Police officer sacked after throwing homeless man out of station who later froze to death.

A LONDON police officer has been sacked after a homeless man she kicked out of a police station froze to death. PC Bhupinder Kalsi threw Pericles Malagardis out on the street after asking him to the leave Uxbridge Police Station for smoking in the early hours. The...
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