Catherine Neilan

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

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July 2018 articles

New Brexit secretary Dominic Raab will tomorrow urge businesses to get behind the government's Brexit white paper after a recent [...]

19 July

The City of London Corporation has suggested Brexit may drive a wedge between domestic financial firms and international ones.  [...]

19 July
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Banks should start preparing for a hard Brexit as the deadline to the UK's withdrawal from the EU looms large, the Financial [...]

19 July
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The customs arrangement agreed at Chequers will cost businesses around £700m each year to run, the boss of HMRC has confirmed.  [...]

19 July
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The European Commission has published its guidance over what countries, businesses and individuals should do to prepare for a [...]

19 July
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Conservative party chairman Brandon Lewis and chief whip Julian Smith are coming under renewed fire for their part in this week's [...]

19 July
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An extension to next year's Article 50 deadline is being discussed in the backrooms of Brussels, as MEPs and officials from member [...]

18 July
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The European Commission will tomorrow urge member states, businesses and private individuals to step up their preparations for [...]

18 July
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Remainer rebels in the Conservatives and Labour MPs have failed to derail Theresa May over her Brexit policy, leaving the Prime [...]

17 July
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Theresa May is facing rebellions on not one but two different votes today - including one about bringing the start of recess [...]

17 July
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Brexit has been snarling up the legislative roads for many months now. But it’s not the only thing paralysing progress. [...]

17 July
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​The government yesterday backed down on four key amendments put forward by leading Brexiter Jacob Rees-Mogg, narrowly pushing [...]

17 July
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A lot of ink has been spilled on whether the Prime Minister could face a vote of no confidence and be forced out of Downing Street. [...]

16 July
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Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan has written to colleagues ahead of tonight's customs bill debate to warn that free trade [...]

16 July
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The government has backed down on all four of the wrecking amendments put forward by Brexiter-in-chief Jacob Rees-Mogg last week, [...]

16 July
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