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  • Brexit was not well thought through: Simons

    James Simons, Renaissance Technologies founder, discusses the potential for the Brexit vote to be reversed, and why dissatisfied Americans will vote for Donald Trump for president.

  • OTTAWA, June 29- Canada, the United States and Mexico on Wednesday mounted a fierce defense of free trade, vowing to deepen economic ties despite an increasingly acrimonious debate about the value of globalization. Obama and Pena Nieto stressed the importance of the relationship between their countries, which has come under strain amid heated U.S. campaign...

  • OTTAWA, June 29- Canada, the United States and Mexico on Wednesday mounted a fierce defense of free trade, vowing to deepen economic ties despite shifting political debate about the value of globalization. Obama and Pena Nieto stressed the importance of the relationship between their countries, which has come under strain amid heated U.S. campaign rhetoric, and...

  • Obama: Pushing for comprehensive immigration reform

    At a trilateral press conference in Canada for the North American Leaders' Summit, President Obama answers questions on the possible outcomes of the presidential election and how it would affect immigration.

  • GRAYLING SAYS IMMIGRATION LIMITS WILL BE CHALLENGING PART OF NEGOTIATION WITH EU BUT ESSENTIAL.

  • GRAYLING SAYS BRITISH PEOPLE HAVE GIVEN A CLEAR MANDATE TO THE GOVERNMENT TO SET LIMITS ON IMMIGRATION.

  • Retaining top talent in UK

    Tech with big Europe exposure, and the innovation impact, with Amit Daryanani, RBC Capital Markets analyst, and Richard Kerby, Venrock VP.

  • *Officials concede pledge of "better Europe" is empty. BRUSSELS, June 29- Hoping to stave off a broader political crisis after Britain's shock decision to leave the EU, European leaders agreed on Wednesday to spend the next nine months developing proposals for an overhaul of the bloc amid deep divisions between its members. Last week, the anger bubbled over in...

  • *Officials concede pledge of "better Europe" is empty. BRUSSELS, June 29- Hoping to stave off a broader political crisis after Britain's shock decision to leave the EU, European leaders agreed on Wednesday to spend the next nine months developing proposals for an overhaul of the bloc amid deep divisions between its members. Last week, the anger bubbled over in...

  • *Officials concede pledge of "better Europe" is empty. BRUSSELS, June 29- Hoping to stave off a broader political crisis after Britain's shock decision to leave the EU, European leaders agreed on Wednesday to spend the next nine months developing proposals for an overhaul of the bloc amid deep divisions between its members. Last week, the anger bubbled over in...

  • *Officials concede pledge of "better Europe" is empty. BRUSSELS, June 29- Hoping to stave off a broader political crisis after Britain's shock decision to leave the EU, European leaders agreed on Wednesday to spend the next nine months developing proposals for an overhaul of the bloc amid deep divisions between its members. Last week, the anger bubbled over in...

  • LONDON, June 29- Britain must secure control over immigration in divorce negotiations with the European Union, Stephen Crabb, the first candidate to put himself forward to succeed David Cameron as British prime minister, said on Wednesday. Work and pensions minister Crabb, who supported Britain staying in the EU at last week's vote, ruled out holding another...

  • *Plans to hire 120 more staff by 2018 switched away from UK. HUNTINGDON, England, June 29- Britain and the European Union are likely to take years to rewrite the rules that govern their business ties after the UK voted to leave the bloc. The firm, which currently employs 172 people, immediately began enquiring about grants to open a design centre in Spain and is...

  • *Plans to hire 120 more staff by 2018 switched away from UK. HUNTINGDON, England, June 29- Britain and the European Union are likely to take years to rewrite the rules that govern their business ties after the UK voted to leave the bloc. The firm, which currently employs 172 people, immediately began enquiring about grants to open a design centre in Spain and is...

  • LONDON, June 29- The first candidate to put himself forward to succeed David Cameron as British prime minister, Stephen Crabb, has said a top priority for him would be to take back control of immigration policy. Crabb, the work and pensions secretary in Cameron's government, had supported a "Remain" vote in last week's referendum on the European Union, which saw...

  • EU Summit

    UNSW's Fariborz Moshirian says several EU leaders believe that U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron underestimated the impact of the Brexit referendum.

  • Farage: No one will believe the polls again

    UK Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage, discusses why the British polling industry "is finished."

  • After the U.K. decided to exit the EU last week, many experts wonder whether the policy of globalization is still welcome in today's world.

  • UK racial tensions rise following Brexit vote

    Analysts link incidents of intimidation and racism with the country's decision to leave the European Union.

  • LONDON, June 27- Britain's vote to leave the European Union gives the government a clear mandate to impose controls on immigration, a pro-Brexit minister said on Monday, after some leaders of the campaign to leave the bloc said levels might not change after all. Immigration had been a key factor in the build up to the June 23 referendum vote, with the campaign to...