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By: Bryce Elder
Trinity Mirror deal faces age old problem. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by Matthew Vincent, is your early Square Mile briefing. You can sign up for the full newsletter here.
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By: Paul Murphy
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Elsewhere on Wednesday.
By: FT Alphaville
Elsewhere on Tuesday, — On Brexit and the Irish question (Fintan O’Toole):
By: Cardiff Garcia
The loss potential loss of EU funding is not the biggest problem facing British tech startups.
By: Guest writer
That Great British Krona.
A disorderly Brexit Rorschach test.
By: David Keohane
Since Article 50 was activated, the UK is losing some of the benefits of being in the EU, even as it retains the obligations.
By: Kadhim Shubber
Reasons to be optimistic about the loss of hundreds of millions of pounds of inward investment…
Neil Woodford and Crispin Odey go toe-to-toe on the British economy
The European Investment Fund is going cold on UK venture capital.
The quality of life in the world’s top cities has been subjectively ranked by Deutsche Bank, in the interest of stimulating debate.
By: Dan McCrum
“But… it’s blank!”
The UK government seems to think it has a strong hand in asking for its money back from the EIB. It doesn’t.
Even if French polls are off to the same extent as Brexit polls were, they apparently still suggest that a Le Pen victory is unlikely.
A deep dive on what Britain may have to pay in order to leave the EU.
You wanted detail on what happens to the UK when it leaves the EU? The government’s long-awaited white paper isn’t for you…
Three possible outcomes for GBP with the ruling due in under 15mins
Downing Street denied reports that Mrs May anticipated that her speech would cause a “market correction”… but it’s probably worth keeping an eye on it anyway.
Without uncertainty there is no opportunity.
By: Izabella Kaminska
The things you should look out for in the week of legal arguments to come.
Theresa May is about to appear on a very public platform emblazoned with the name of a certain accountancy firm…
By: Sarah Gordon
The pound’s drop will eventually have an inflationary impact on food prices in the UK, but there’s no reason why food retailers won’t be able to pass price rises on to consumers in the current pricing environment.
This guest post is by Jolyon Maugham QC, a tax lawyer at Devereux Chambers who writes on tax policy and helped crowdfund the legal action to ensure parliament gets a vote on activating Article 50.
False premises are at the heart of the Brexit debate. We need rather less of them.