EU Referendum

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EU referendum

The EU referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape Britain's future, inside or outside the European Union. It's caused a lot of divisions, but now that the result is known, it's time to make it work.

Brexit comes with vast possibilities and opportunities, and MoneyWeek can help you navigate them and find out how to make it work for your money.

Seize the export opportunity

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Many smaller businesses are failing to capitalise on the opportunity to increase international sales in the wake of the Brexit vote.

Blair fights back over Brexit

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Former prime minister Tony Blair urged opponents of Brexit to rise up. Matthew Partridge reports.

The steps Britain must take to secure its post-Brexit future

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Britain can be confident of its future after leaving the European Union, PwC economist John Hawksworth tells Matthew Partridge. But it won’t be easy.

Article 50: what comes next?

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Now that MPs have voted through the bill to trigger Article 50, Matthew Partridge looks at the next stage of Brexit.

Why Brexit could mean Dublin overtaking London

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London may be able to persuade financial firms not to move to Frankfurt or Paris. But Dublin is a different matter, says Matthew Partridge.

How likely is a UK-US trade deal?

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President Donald Trump has pledged to maintain a trade deal with Britain after Brexit in March 2019. On what terms and is it in Britain’s interests to sign up?

Pity the poor financier

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If the City wants the government to listen to it, it needs to find better people to make its case, says Matthew Lynn.

Labour hopelessly split on Article 50

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The vote on the Article 50 bill exposed deep fissures within the Labour party, says Matthew Partridge.

Investment trusts and the “Brexit dividend”

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While much of the financial sector is worried about the effect of Brexit, leaving the EU could prove very beneficial for investment trusts, says Matthew Partridge.

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