The warning that Britons would be worse off after a Brexit wrongly assumed benefits to exports from EU membership, it is claimed. 07:24, UK, Friday 27 May 2016.
TOKYO/SINGAPORE, May 27 (Reuters) - Asian stocks pulled ahead on Friday after U.S. data continued to cast the economy in a positive light, while the dollar was on the defensive against major peers.
TOKYO Japan's core consumer prices fell for the second straight month in April as weak consumption discouraged firms from raising prices, stoking fears of deflation and keeping pressure on the central bank to do more to hit its ambitious inflation target.
The security of pensions for staff at Tata Steel in Workington has been raised in Parliament. Workington MP Sue Hayman yesterday called for assurances that current steelworkers' pensions would be safe.
The future of the planned new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point remains in doubt as key French unions still oppose the project, BBC Newsnight has learned.