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A flavour of Brexit-related news over the past week
Britain won't trigger Article 50 in 2016, a government lawyer told the High Court.
Sturgeon says Scotland could have the power to overturn the Brexit vote, London house prices could halve, and ARM Holdings reflects on Brexit.
Theresa May meets with Nicola Sturgeon to discuss Scotland's role in the Brexit talks. Elsewhere, Andy Haldane's Shawshank Redemption, and another blow to UK property.
Several former ministers including Michael Gove have lost their jobs following the EU referendum vote
A new survey from Credit Suisse makes for grim reading for any business leader
“Siemens will not leave the next generation behind.”
Central bank tipped to reduce cost of borrowing to 0.25% on Thursday
Two weeks on ... consumer confidence has fallen to its lowest for over two decades.
Hummingbird begins detailed engineered at Yanfolila; Shanta Gold exploration yields some encouraging results; Breedon Aggregates proposes a name change; and more…
Berenberg says Brexit is acting as a harsh warning for other EU-sceptic states, meanwhile Juncker attacks Johnson and Farage, while Mark Carney warns of Brexit reality.
What happens now for Nigel and his one issue party?
A round-up of today's stories related to Brexit and its fall-out
Bojo backs out: London's former mayor has withdrawn unexpectedly from the race.
JP Morgan builds in Scotland breakaway by 2019 as base case with new currency