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Every part of the UK economy has started 2018 in a worryingly bad state

IHS Markit's latest PMI data for the services sector of the British economy was released on Monday morning.

Britain’s manufacturers start 2018 on the back foot as the sector’s Brexit-driven surge falters

IHS Markit's latest PMI data for the manufacturing sector of the British economy was released on Thursday morning.

The Brexit-driven surge in British manufacturing is starting to stutter

IHS Markit's latest PMI data for the manufacturing sector of the British economy was released on Tuesday morning.
Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The UK’s election watchdog has now questioned Google over Russian meddling in Brexit

Now all three major tech firms are being questioned.
Soap bubbles float past St Paul's Cathedral in central London, Britain April 17, 2017.

‘We do not live in normal times’: Available London finance jobs plunge 20%

The number of new available jobs listed in the the UK's financial centre fell 20% in October year-on-year, according to a survey by Morgan McKinley.
Arron Banks.

UK Electoral Commission to investigate Leave.EU donor Arron Banks amid fears Russia meddled in Brexit

The investigation is looking into whether Banks and his company acted as an agent for other donors, among other allegations.

The sector that makes up nearly 80% of Britain’s GDP is stuttering

IHS Markit's latest PMI data for the services sector of the British economy was released on Tuesday morning.

The government reportedly suppressed a secret document showing Brexit would make Britain more vulnerable to terrorism

The Home Office paper was dropped in the run-up to the EU referendum because of the backlash against "project fear."

City workers ‘used to talk about if they had to leave London, now they’re talking about when they leave London’

The number of new available jobs listed in the the UK's financial centre fell 11% in July year-on-year to 7,080 according to a survey by Morgan McKinley.

Job vacancies grew at the quickest pace in 27 months – but there aren’t enough people to fill them

Engineering was the most in-demand category for permanent staff in July, closely followed by IT and nursing.