Brexit deal: key points from the draft withdrawal agreement

Brexiters will find many contentious clauses difficult to stomach within the 585-page draft document

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British MPs approve first stage of Brexit bill

British MPs on Wednesday approved the first stage of a bill empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start pulling Britain out of the European Union. MPs approved the bill, which would allow the government to trigger Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty and formally begin two years of exit negotiations, by a margin of 498 to 114. It was…

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Apple hikes UK app store prices by at least 25% due to weakened pound by Brexit

Apple is raising App Store prices in the UK, blaming the weaker pound for increasing app costs by around 25-percent. The news was confirmed in an email to developers, in which Apple revealed that it would raise the lowest app price from £0.79 to £0.99, among other adjustments. It’s being seen as the latest side-effect of Brexit, the UK’s referendum…

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Deloitte threatens to move business out of Britain if Theresa May cracks down on immigration

The accountancy firm Deloitte has warned it will move some of its business out of Britain if Theresa May takes too strong a stance on immigration. The warning comes after the Prime Minister accused Deloitte of “touting for business” after a leaked memo complied by the firm claimed the Government could not cope with Brexit. David Sproul, Deloitte’s UK chief executive, made the comments after Mrs…

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