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UK defends ‘frictionless’ post-Brexit Irish border as mutually beneficial

The British government has defended its plans to establish a “frictionless” border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic post-Brexit, saying that the plans are both workable and mutually beneficial.


Historically machines replacing humans has seen long-term employment grow: Pro

Artificial intelligence is unlikely to lead to mass unemployment, Kallum Pickering, senior UK economist at Berenberg, told CNBC.


Impossible to put number on Brexit divorce bill, says former UK PM legal advisor

Andrew Hood, senior advisor at Dechert LLP and former legal advisor to the UK Prime Minister, said that anyone who thinks they know the sum of the Brexit divorce bill is living in "fantasy".


RBS plans to cut 880 IT jobs by 2020, UK labor union says

The Royal Bank of Scotland plans to cut 880 jobs from its IT department in London by 2020, according to a U.K. labor union.


London's financial district is ‘hemorrhaging talent’ because of Brexit, warns UK job recruiter

The City of London, home to the U.K.'s financial services, is suffering from a loss of professional talent because of Brexit, warns a recruitment agency.


Britain's Brexit minister says UK should not have to pay for temporary customs deal with EU

The U.K. should not have to pay to have a customs union during an interim period after leaving the EU, Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Tuesday.


UK inflation better than market was fearing: Gerard Lyons

Gerard Lyons, chief economic strategist at Netwealth, discusses the U.K.'s latest inflation data.


Brexit effect 'doesn't look that punishing': Pro

There are reasonable concerns about the impacts of Brexit on the UK and European economy, but even a so-called "hard Brexit" won't be too punishing, Henry Dixon, fund manager at GLG said.


As RBS has become a more UK focused bank, the advertising message has changed, as has the bank's sponsorship strategy


Limit booze sales at UK airports, Ryanair warns after rise in drunken passengers

Ryanair has called on U.K. airports to restrict the sale of alcohol after it was reported that arrests of drunken passengers rose by 50 percent in a year.