The U.K. government will put the Brexit deal it agrees with the European Union to a parliamentary vote, Prime Minister Theresa May said Tuesday.
In a wide-ranging speech on how the U.K. plans to make a clean break from the EU, following the shocking referendum result last June, May said she was seeking a "new and equal partnership" with the rest of the 27-country bloc.
Presidential favourite François Fillon still expected to beat far-right leader by comfortable margin in second round
It’s been just shy of a month since our last “post-election” market update and given the recent developments across markets, it seems a pertinent time for an update regarding our thoughts on the precious metals market.
One week after Fitch downgraded Italian banks to a negative outlook due to soaring bad debt, and risks resulting from the failed referendum, moments ago Moody's did the same,
Shariah Gold Standard Approved for $2 Trillion Islamic Finance Market
by Jan Skoyles, Editor Mark O'Byrne
The Accounting and Auditing Organisation for Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI) and the World Gold Council have made an important decision
The Prime Minister forced MPs to say whether they backed Brexit by asking them to vote in Parliament on whether they "respect" the will of the British people.