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Monthly archives "January 2016"

CREDIT SUISSE: Here’s just how disastrous a Brexit could be for the UK economy – Business Insider

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CREDIT SUISSE: Here's just how disastrous a Brexit could be for the UK economy
Business Insider
The referendum on whether or not to stay in the EU is the UK's main political event of 2016. It's hard to predict with any accuracy the economic and financial effects of the referendum given uncertainty of its outcome and the fact that an exit from EU
Brexit 'would trigger economic and financial shock' for UKThe Guardian

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EU referendum: Sides clash on benefits of EU to UK – BBC News

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BBC News
EU referendum: Sides clash on benefits of EU to UK
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Full access to Europe's single market is vital for UK businesses and jobs, a group campaigning for Britain to remain in the EU has said. The chair of Britain Stronger In Europe, Stuart Rose, said leaving that market would be a "huge risk". However
Fears flurry of claims over UK's EU membership will dismay publicFinancial Times
Exporting firms in North East get £960000 boost from EU membership, campaign saysChronicleLive

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Northern cities head list of UK’s low-wage, high-welfare economies – The Guardian

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The Guardian
Northern cities head list of UK's low-wage, high-welfare economies
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“One of the most pressing issues is the need to tackle skills gaps and improve schools' attainment, especially in low-wage cities, to help those places attract businesses and jobs, and support more people to move into work, particularly in high-skill
Hull has lowest UK average wages, report saysBBC News
Northern cities creating jobs but too many are low paid, report saysChronicleLive

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Economist: The ‘best’ measure of the UK economy doesn’t work now that Airbnb and Uber have arrived – Business Insider

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Business Insider
Economist: The 'best' measure of the UK economy doesn't work now that Airbnb and Uber have arrived
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Debbie Wosskow, chair of the Sharing Economy UK trade association, which includes Airbnb among its 50 members, told Business Insider that the way Brits work is changing, citing a recent study from LinkedIn to support her claim. "LinkedIn showed a 30% …

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