James Nickerson

(Staff)

I am a reporter at City A.M. looking at the stories, people and data behind political events from the UK, Europe and further afield. I also write about infrastructure and transport, as well as broader issues around global business.

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Legendary fund manager Neil Woodford has condemned “frustratingly rife” short-termism in the City, lending his support to [...]

1 September
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The first US commercial flight to Cuba in more than 50 years has landed in Santa Clara, in a symbol of improving relations between [...]

31 August
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The United Kingdom will not try to stay in the European Union "by the back door", Prime Minister Theresa May has said. [...]

31 August
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Ryanair has called on government to be "radical" and approve runways at three airports in the south east. [...]

31 August
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The free movement of people throughout the European Union to the United Kingdom should be stopped even if it entails leaving [...]

31 August
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Lack of opportunity across huge swathes of the UK led to Brexit, one of the first academic analyses into what drove the referendum [...]

31 August
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Punch Taverns' share price moved marginally higher this morning as it reported that profits were up across its pubs [...]

31 August
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Southern Rail passengers have endured more than their fair share of commuting hell in the past few months: cancelled trains, [...]

30 August
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The total cost of private school education has soared to more than £150,000, according to new research. [...]

28 August
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Britons are being warned to expect long tailbacks if travelling over bank holiday weekend. [...]

27 August
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's chances of getting into the White House jumped after Nigel Farage appeared alongside [...]

27 August
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Prime Minister Theresa May will not hold a parliamentary vote on Brexit before triggering Article 50 and opening negotiations [...]

27 August
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Trailing incumbent Jeremy Corbyn in the polls challenger, Owen Smith is to propose scrapping university tuition fees to appeal [...]

27 August
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The United Kingdom may end up remaining in a "more loosely aligned" European Union, a former head of the civil service has said. [...]

27 August
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The case for rate hikes has "strengthened in recent months", chair of the US Federal Reserve Janet Yellen has said. [...]

26 August
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