Construction workers at the site for the Hinkley C nuclear power plant near Bridgwater, Somerset. Photograph: Adrian Sherratt for the Guardian.
On June 23, 2016, the British public voted to leave the EU by a margin of 52%-48%. A year later we ask what the decision has cost us and if anyone is better off as a result?
The European Central Bank has made its strongest push yet to gain control of oversight of the lucrative business of euro clearing post-Brexit, with its top ranking governing council calling for a change to the bank's statute to give it more legal ...
Premiums are tipped to rise further still, say analysts, because the figures do not include the full impact of a recent tax hike. 07:22, UK, Friday 23 June 2017.
Ireland has floated one of the banks whose collapse helped push the country to an international bailout, marking a milestone in the country's economic turnround.