British wholesale gas prices fell by up to yesterday, undermined by major gas shipments due from Qatar and Trinidad to help replenish stored gas reserves depleted by weeks of abnormally cold weather
Big net migration fall since Brexit vote latest estimates show http://ift.tt/2vbDkW9 Net migration has fallen to the lowest level for three years after a surge in the number of EU nationals leaving the UK since last June's Brexit vote. Net migration - the difference between those entering and leaving the UK - fell 81000 to 246000 in the year to March 2017. More than half that change is due to a decrease in net migration of EU citizens which is down 51000. The government is committed to…
More than 2.5 million people have signed a petition demanding a new EU referendum
Here’s what Boris Johnson wrote back in March: "There is only one way to get the change we need, and that is to vote to go, because all EU history shows that they only really listen to a population when it says No.
When political leaders are selected via elitism not talent, you get chaos
Boris Johnson came under repeated attack in the latest EU referendum debate - with a Tory Cabinet colleague accusing him of putting his personal ambitions ahead of the country. Energy Secretary Amber Rudd tore into the former London mayor several times during the televised event on ITV, accusing him
REVEALED: This map PROVES Britain is set for BREXIT in EU Referendum TOMORROW
A high profile BBC reporter has become the latest target of racist abuse after a string of anti-immigrant xenophobia was reported to police following Friday’s EU referendum result. It comes as it was revealed that the number of hate crimes reported to police have soared by 57% since the vote for the UK to leave the EU. Sima Kotecha, a BBC One and Radio 4 journalist, said she was in “utter shock” after being called a “p**i” in her home town - a word she says she has not heard in that area s
Brexit could send shock waves across US and global economy
The Remain campaign has seen a significant boost in support among definite voters, a poll has found. The last ORB poll for the Daily Telegraph before the vote found the Remain campaign attracted 53 per cent of definite voters while Leave had 46 per cent.
Nicola Sturgeon announces second Scottish independence referendum plan