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Economists overwhelmingly reject Brexit in boost for Cameron
'It is pretty remarkable to see this degree of consensus about anything,' said Paul Johnson of the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Beyond June 23rd  The Economist (blog)
PM And Khan Join Forces On EU Campaign Trail  Sky News
The Business of Fashion  
Former Zurich Insurance CEO killed himself, says company
The former chief executive of Zurich Insurance has killed himself, the company said, less than three years after its chief financial officer killed himself.
Former Zurich Insurance chief Martin Senn commits suicide  Financial Times
Former Zurich Insurance CEO Commits Suicide  Fortune
The vineyard virgins giving English wine a sparkle
Pickers at work at Chapel Down's vineyard in Tenterden, Kent. Photograph: Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images. Julia Kollewe.
Grape Expectations For Wine Growers In The UK  Sky News
Drinking Champagne instead of English sparkling wine is now 'unpatriotic ...
Air travel demand slows as airlines confront security, fragile economies
... * IATA annual meeting and transport summit June 1-3. * Airline profits boosted by cheap fuel. * Fragile economies, security woes dampen demand.
India leads in air travel growth: IATA  Livemint
Air cargo demand in Asia-Pac stays flat, below global average  The Star Online
Alliance Trust confirms approach by Jacob Rothschild
Alliance Trust confirmed on Monday that it had received an approach from the investment trust of British financier Jacob Rothschild about a takeover to create a publicly listed company with a market value of more than �5bn.
Alliance Trust confirms merger approach  The Courier
Alliance Trust confirms merger approach from Jacob Rothschild's RIT Capital  City A.M.
Seaside house prices soar by 39 per cent in a decade
OH we do like to be beside the seaside - and we are willing to pay for it. A new report reveals that house prices in Scotland's seaside towns have risen by �348 a month in the past decade.
Building Briefs – May 30th  Scottish Construction Now
Revealed! The most expensive seaside town in the UK  AOL Travel UK
The mortgages where 70-year-olds borrow to help their grandchildren
The traditional 25-year mortgage is becoming a thing of the past as lenders devise new breeds of loans, which could pay an income in later life, help children or grandchildren buy a home, or mitigate tax bills.
Buy your first home with your grandparents using this clever new mortgage scheme
Could the property revival bring its own dangers?  the Irish News
Public opening date for third Don crossing revealed
The third Don crossing in Aberdeen is to be opened to the public on Thursday, June 9. Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing will cut the ribbon in front of children and VIP guests, while Lord Provost George Adam will be the first person driven over ...
River Don's 'Diamond Bridge' crossing to open next week  Herald Scotland
Third Don crossing to open in Aberdeen next week  BBC News
New �5 note featuring Sir Winston Churchill to be unveiled by Bank of England
The new �5 note featuring Sir Winston Churchill is going to be revealed by the Bank of England on Thursday at Blenheim Palace - the birthplace of the former British Prime Minister.
We're about to get plastic fivers that can't be ripped  Metro
Design for plastic �5 featuring Sir Winston Churchill to be unveiled  The Independent
UK 'most corrupt country in the world' – mafia expert
Journalist and world-renowned expert on the Italian mafia Roberto Saviano has called the UK “the most corrupt country in the world,” and said that Brexit may make the situation even more disastrous.
Mafia expert Roberto Saviano denounces London as the "the most corrupt ...  Forbes
Britain is most corrupt country on Earth, says Mafia expert Roberto Saviano