WTO warns on tortuous Brexit trade talks

Brexit City
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Azevêdo points to lengthy talks on new terms and billions in cost

Vote Leave is damaging political culture

Its relentless attacks on UK institutions are increasingly disturbing

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Millennial v Boomer: young workers and EU

Debate: Do youthful staff care enough to vote in EU referrendum?

SUZHOU, CHINA - DECEMBER 10: (CHINA OUT) A robot delivers meals for customers at a restaurant on December 10, 2015 in Suzhou, China. The restaurant has four robots delivering meals, one robot welcoming and over ten robots performing. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)
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Bring on the overdue dawn of the robots

Automation should help everyone be better off, as long as there is a fair distribution of the spoils

Queen’s Speech: Key points

The government’s legislative agenda

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Smoke, mirrors and helicopter money

Proponents aim to persuade people to endorse a plan they would reject if it were explained simply

Unis must learn to serve students better

UK is right to demand higher standards and encourage new entrants

Carney’s momentous Brexit intervention

The Bank of England governor warns of serious economic consequences, writes Martin Sandbu

Worry over surging global dividends

Listed companies pay out bulk of their profits to shareholders

Osborne says Brexit will hurt house prices

Gove argues Britain should leave single market

St Ives backs plan to restrict second homes

Cornish resort votes to stop newbuild sales to non-residents

Service sector woes add to economic unease

Stagnant UK growth blamed on Brexit fears

Business schools to study Leicester success

Analysts say Premier League triumph down to ‘Moneyball’ formula

A vote to leave will make Britain poorer

The FT looks at the economic case on Brexit

The policies that make uneasy bedfellows

Quantitative easing and negative rates offer rapidly diminishing returns, writes Shahin Vallée

Migration cannot decide UK’s place in EU

A dynamic economy can gain from importing people who both want to work and have the skills to do so

A post-Brexit City of London can thrive

The EU will want to ensure it retains unfettered access to the UK, writes Michael Geoghegan

Obama and the end of the Anglosphere

The crucial point is that he is America’s first Pacific president

Britain’s friends right to fear Brexit

Despite absurd attempts to deny this, nobody knows what would follow a vote to leave the EU

The Brexit Papers: Full Treasury economic analysis

‘The long-term economic impact of EU membership and the alternatives’

The FT’s one-stop overview of key British economic data, including GDP, inflation, unemployment, business surveys, the public finances and house prices


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