By William James LONDON (Reuters) - British finance minister George Osborne will seek to reassure financial markets on Monday following the country's decision to leave the European Union last week, setting out the government's economic response to the vote in a statement at 0600 GMT. Show More Summary
Oh the irony!!! Just days after spreading fear and panic over the outcome of a Brexit vote, propangandizing that The Uk will sufffer "years of recession," UK Chancellor George Osborne will issue a statement early on Monday morning in...Show More Summary
It’s been a manic weekend in Westminster, with leadership manoeuvres in full swing in both the Conservative and Labour parties, and Scotland’s SNP setting off down the road to a second Scottish independence referendum. MPs of all stripes...Show More Summary
Prime Minister David Cameron says he will resign. He and his finance minister, George Osborne, stood for competent economic management and stability. Britain lacks obvious replacements who have experience as well as mass appeal. The economy and UK assets will pay the price.
JD Wetherspoon is launching a second anti-European Union beer mat ahead of Thursday's referendum on Britain's membership of the 28-nation bloc. The pub chain is printing 500,000 beer mats to be stocked in its 920 pubs across the UK.Show More Summary
Take a deep breath. The scent in your nostrils is the dusty burnt smell of scorched earth politics from the referendum. George Osborne has pre-launched the emergency budget he would advocate in the event of a Leave vote, to the fury of half of his own party’s backbenchers. Dozens have already publicly declared that they […]
Finance minister George Osborne says he will introduce an emergency budget if Britain voted to leave the European Union. ||| Ashford, England - Finance minister George Osborne said on Wednesday he would introduce an emergency budgetShow More Summary
Fifty-seven members of the UK parliament calling for the country's exit from the European Union said they would vote down the post-Brexit emergency budget proposed by Chancellor George Osborne, the Vote Leave campaign said Wednesday...
ASHFORD, England (Reuters) - Finance minister George Osborne said on Wednesday he would introduce an emergency budget if Britain voted to leave the European Union, but 57 of his own Conservative Party's lawmakers said they would block his spending cuts and tax hikes.
Britain’s Chancellor George Osborne has denied the government is considering a last-ditch pledge on EU immigration as his “Remain” campaign languishes in the polls. A senior Remain campaign source told The Guardian: “If I said this was...Show More Summary