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The Hindu Business Line  5 min ago  Comment 
Tata Steel may still hold on to its UK steelworks and their proposed sale may be put off after a personal intervention by Prime Minister David Cameron, who is keen on averting the collapse of Britain...
Reuters  2 hrs ago  Comment 
Nine out of 10 of Britain's top economists working in London's City financial district, small business and academia believe the economy will be harmed if Britain leaves the European Union, a poll said on Sunday.
Clusterstock  5 hrs ago  Comment 
Britain's property market is about to combust because house prices are far too high and people are not earning enough to keep up. Basically the house price to income ratio is completely screwed up and people need to take on more debt in order to...
The Times of India  8 hrs ago  Comment 
A June 23 referendum shall decide whether Britain will or will not remain a part of European Union. In case, Britain decides to leave, it might take a decade to give this exit full effect. Britain is working out its exit plans but none of them...
Forbes  9 hrs ago  Comment 
First a response to Kirsty Russell, of Fawkham in the United Kingdom. I’m not surprised you’ve heard nothing from officials with Breitling, after you complained about the inappropriate sex-toy-like display at a Breitling shop in your...
New York Times  May 28  Comment 
Readers respond to “The Feel-Good Vote That Could Sink Britain’s Economy” (May 22).
Forbes  May 28  Comment 
It appears that for Ariana Grande, the third time’s a charm, at least in the U.K. The pop singer has finally charted her first number one album in the country with her latest effort, Dangerous Woman. The album isn’t performing as well...
guardian.co.uk  May 28  Comment 
After a litany of deadly attacks, the package holiday market has collapsed in Egypt and Tunisia – but familiar resorts in the western Med are booming again The string of terror attacks in Europe and further afield since last summer has sent...
guardian.co.uk  May 28  Comment 
Crossings to and from Britain can cost twice as much as others in Europe, but there are still ways for a family to save this summer British holidaymakers face some of the highest ferry prices in Europe, according to a Guardian Money price check,...
Gold Stocks Today  May 14  Comment 
This time last week the people of Britain were going to the polls in what was unanimously proclaimed by the mainstream media as a too close to call general election, one where the Labour and Conservative parties were virtually neck and neck and...




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