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Conflict between European Regulators over rules for short selling shares

Bans on short selling shares in countries such as Spain and France have sparked controversy in other European member states with regard to the most appropriate course of action.

UK-EU trade negotiations begin in Brussels

Negotiations over a future UK-EU trade deal begin on Monday afternoon, as chief UK negotiator David Frost and his team head to Brussels.

Kilby Jones stress the need to adapt as UK’s immigration rules set to change

In the Conservative Party manifesto for December’s general election, six key “guarantees” were included on the very first page. Among these was a pledge to introduce an Australian-style points system after the UK leaves the EU and ends freedom of movement, a pledge which has been repeated consistently by Boris Johnson.

Leith Planning reflect CBI sentiment as Johnson prepares for Brussels trade talks

A Confederation of British Industry [CBI] report released this week echoed town planning consultancy Leith Planning’s appeal for reduced red tape and bureaucracy, as Boris Johnson and his team prepare to head to the negotiating table with the EU over a future trade deal.

Leaders Council reports on David Frost's comments in Brussels

Boris Johnson’s chief negotiator in EU trade talks, David Frost, has said that the UK “must have the ability to set laws that suit us” during a speech at a Brussels university, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

Leaders Council: French foreign minister predicts tough UK-EU trade talks

French foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian has said that the UK and EU will “rip each other apart” in tough trade deal negotiations, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

Leaders Council reports on Javid's trade pledges

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has reported on chancellor Sajid Javid's comments this week, after he said that the UK will be "better off outside the EU" despite frictionless trade with the bloc ceasing at the end of the year.

Leaders Council: Von der Leyen calls for "level playing field" ahead of UK-EU trade negotiations

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has reported on European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen's comments this week, as she reiterated the need for a "level playing field" on rules and common standards ahead of UK-EU trade talks.

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