Brexit News Archive: 22 Apr 2019

Donald Trump, Brexit and slow growth in Europe only highlight the attractions of the China model

There’s nothing more humbling for a Westerner than China. Western governments are often lethargic, riven by political infighting or systems that don’t allow for quick progress – think Brexit and US President Donald Trump. People see China’s high growth rate, learn of the speed at which infrastructure is built and ...
Peter Kammerer / South China Morning Post   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 22:00:03

Theresa May to Face Grassroots No Confidence Vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May "is to face an unprecedented no-confidence challenge - from Conservative grassroots campaigners," the BBC reports. "More than 70 local association chiefs - angry at her handling of Brexit - have called for an extraordinary general meeting to discuss her leadership."
Taegan Goddard / Taegan Goddard   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 21:21:50

Brexit latest: Cross-party talks to resume as Theresa May faces fresh pressure to quit

Renewed attempt to break the deadlock in parliament comes as prime minister faces new challenge from Tory MPs and grassroots activists
Benjamin Kentish / The Independent   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 20:32:30

Brexit has delivered a boost to British composers, Classic FM poll shows

Telegraph Reporters / Telegraph   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 20:00:00

GBP/USD: Reduced hard Brexit fears lend strength to Sterling - CIBC

FX Street   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 18:33:01

Brexit-backing Tories to seek May's resignation

Conservative national convention plans vote of no confidence in prime minister
FT   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 17:07:12

Is there any hope left for May's Brexit deal?

UK prime minister is desperate to avoid likely European election defeat for Tories
FT   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 17:00:25

The Conservative Party is already squandering the time the country does not have

The only way the next six months are to not be wasted is if Westminster, and the rest of the country, do not allow the Brexiteers anywhere near Brexit. They are fundamentally malignant, and too useless to do anything
Tom Peck / The Independent   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 15:16:00

Cool Video: Discussion of the Deflationary Risks in Japan and Brexit

I joined CNBC Asia's Amanda Drury and Sri Jegarajah via Skype earlier today as the new week was beginning in Asia. In this three minute clip, we discuss the outlook for the BOJ and sterling. Most of the rise in Japan's inflation is due to food and energy prices. Despite ...
Marc Chandler / Marc to Market   |   Mon, 22 Apr 2019 12:45:10