Catherine Neilan

(Staff)

Catherine Neilan is head of politics and investigations at City A.M.

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November 2017 articles

​Chancellor Philip Hammond yesterday promised to turn Britain into a prosperous nation of homeowners, yet was rocked by a sweeping [...]

23 November
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Conservative MPs have rallied behind Philip Hammond after his long-awaited Autumn Budget. [...]

22 November
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Philip Hammond's big housing announcement was met with cheers in the House of Commons this afternoon - but the measure is already [...]

22 November
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Philip Hammond is facing one of the most challenging days since he became chancellor: unveil a radical, game-changing, vote-winning [...]

22 November
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Managing the Brexit process will place government and the civil service under massive pressure in the next two years, requiring [...]

17 November
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David Davis last night urged Germany not to put “politics above prosperity” in a bold pitch to steer the direction of Brexit [...]

16 November
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Theresa May could be poised for a climbdown over the inclusion of a controversial amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill in a bid [...]

16 November
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More than 100 MPs from all parties have written to the Prime Minister urging her to drop for "illogicial decision" to maintain international [...]

16 November
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The Prime Minister is still seeking a "unique deal" after Brexit, despite growing signs that Brussels is planning to offer a [...]

16 November
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Momentum is gathering behind mutual recognition and a free trade agreement (FTA) as the basis for the City after Brexit, with [...]

16 November
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The Prime Minister has committed to building "more homes, more quickly" as the government comes under further pressure on the [...]

15 November
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Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is calling on Philip Hammond to go on a government spending spree after "seven years of Tory [...]

15 November
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Brexit rebels have told City A.M. the government's new law "shall not pass" unless key amendments are made - but stressed they [...]

15 November
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The Scottish government has said it will set minimum alcohol prices "as quickly as possible" after the UK's Supreme Court ruled [...]

15 November
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David Davis has committed to protecting talent within financial services after Brexit, as he gives his clearest indication of [...]

14 November
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