Nigel Farage will be prime minister of England one day. Note I didn't say the United Kingdom. There are real secessionist movements which the next phase of his quest for Brexit which will likely tear the U.K. apart.
One of the most repeated messages among European financial analysts this week is this: "we are in a global slowdown". However, the sentence hides important nuances and very relevant differences. The European Union suffers a severe slowdown. The
Support for the Tories is plunging following Theresa May's latest Brexit can-kick (a six-month extension until Halloween), and as cross-party talks for a Brexit compromise stall, it appears Nigel Farage's newly formed Brexit Party is emerging as
Brussels is ready to stand by its companies and launch a WTO case should Washington enact a law allowing US citizens to sue foreign firms doing business in Cuba.
Theresa May, the worst negotiator in history, splintered the Tories so badly the Brexit Party is nearly even in polls.
In his latest note published last week, SocGen's Albert Edwards - never at a loss subjects that inspire his outrage - rages on the topic of Brexit, and specifically the often repeated assertion (discussed here as well), that post-Brexit referendum UK
The Iran nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), limits Iran's nuclear activities for 15 years. After that period Iran would still be bound by the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and its Additional Protocol. But Iran would be f
The Brexit Roller Coaster The Brexit roller-coaster ploughs on unpredictably with moves by the House of Commons to block the 'no deal' Brexit that most Brexiters voted for.