- James Dyson relocates to SINGAPORE despite voting for Brexit
The bombshell announcement will mean Dyson is no longer a British registered company and Singapore will become its main tax base.
Daily Mail. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 18:21:08 +0000.
- No-deal Brexit 'means hard border' - European Commission
No deal makes hard border obvious, says EC spokesman, but Irish government calls that unacceptable.
BBC News. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 17:27:55 GMT.
- UPDATE 1-DAVOS-StanChart CFO says second referendum "a way forward" to break Brexit stalemate
The chief financial officer of Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered believes a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union could be a way to end a paralysing parliamentary deadlock on future ties with the bloc.
Reuters. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 12:22:36 -0500.
- Sir Martin Sorrell: UK should copy Singapore after Brexit
Britain should copy Singapore's model of light-touch regulation and low taxes after Brexit, according to one of Britain's best-known businessmen.
Sky News. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 17:21:00 +0000.
- British billionaire Dyson moves vacuum giant to Singapore
James Dyson, the billionaire Brexit supporter who revolutionized vacuum cleaners with his bagless technology, is moving his corporate office and tax registration to Singapore from Britain to be closer to his fastest growing markets. ...
Yahoo. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 11:47:55 -0500.
- A Hard Brexit Is A Problem For The U.S., Too
Whatever hurts the UK will hurt the US, too. A Brexit-sparked recession will hinder trade. It will force some US companies to find other partners and aggravate our own problems.
By John Mauldin, Contributor. Forbes. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 11:17:00 -0500.
- Brexit cheerleader Sir James Dyson relocates firm's headquarters from Wiltshire to Singapore
Group said decision was made based on booming Asian demand, not Brexit or potential for lower taxes
Caitlin Morrison. The Independent. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:14:00 +0000.
- Brexit: A guide to MPs' Brexit amendments
How MPs hope to change the Brexit process when Theresa May brings the issue back to the Commons.
BBC News. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 16:14:00 GMT.
- Failing To Succeed: Use Design Thinking To Improve Your Strategy
Trump's federal government shutdown, May's Brexit proposal, Sears' and Victoria's Secret's retail strategy, even my own struggling start-up: these are all examples of potentially failed strategies. ...
By Brett Whysel, Contributor. Forbes. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:27:00 -0500.
- Why is Brexit so complicated?
British Prime Minister Theresa May is still trying to find a way for her country to leave the European Union with a divorce deal. But why is breaking up so hard to do?
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:19:26 EST.
- UK's PM May to face another day of Brexit questions
Beleaguered British leader challenged by Labour Party leader Corbyn who suggests the possibility of a second referendum.
Al Jazeera. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 09:26:41 GMT.
- France and Germany seek closer bond with treaty ahead of Brexit
France and Germany will sign a new friendship treaty on Tuesday, seeking to boost an alliance at the heart of the EU as Britain bows out and with nationalism rising around the continent.
The Local. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 08:07:08 +0100.
- France, Germany seek closer bond with treaty ahead of Brexit
AACHEN, Germany (AFP) - France and Germany will sign a new friendship treaty on Tuesday (Jan 22), seeking to boost an alliance at the heart of the European Union as Britain bows out and with nationalism rising around the continent.
Straits Times. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 12:13:13 +0800.
- Commercial real estate won't be driven by geopolitics: CBRE
Henry Chin of CBRE discusses where investors can find opportunities in commercial real estate markets including in London, despite Brexit concerns.
CNBC. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 03:55 GMT.
- Cameron 'thought Brexit poll would be blocked'
Former UK prime minister David Cameron agreed to hold the 2016 EU referendum only because he thought his decision would be blocked by potential coalition partner the Liberal Democrats, Donald Tusk has claimed.
Irish Independent. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 02:30:00 +0000.
- Theresa May Offered Plan B for Brexit. It Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A.
The prime minister may be hoping that as the Brexit deadline approaches, lawmakers will vote for her plan despite misgivings.
Stephen Castle. New York Times. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 00:29:22 GMT.
- 'Another Week Of Can-Kicking.' Theresa May Faces Wary Lawmakers On Brexit Deal
British lawmakers urged Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday to make changes to her Brexit plans days after they defeated a previous offer.
Daniella Cheslow. NPR. Mon, 21 Jan 2019 17:43:09 -0500.
- New Zealand signs post-Brexit recognition agreement with UK
New Zealand has joined Australia in signing up to a deal with Britain aimed at softening the impact of Brexit on trade.
Sydney Morning Herald. Tue, 22 Jan 2019 08:36:03 +1100.
- Former Finnish prime minister says he would put Brexit to a second vote
The Brexit deadlock continues after Prime Minister Theresa May presented Monday a second version of her plan to leave the European Union.
CNBC. Mon, 21 Jan 2019 17:22 GMT.
- U.S. economy likely to slow this year, IMF says
International lender also predicts global growth will tick down in 2019, citing trade tensions and Brexit risks
CBS News. Mon, 21 Jan 2019 14:47:20 +0000.