EU Referendum

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.

Back on the Brexit merry-go-round, and what it means for your money

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After another Brexit vote in Parliament, it looks like we’re back where we were a week ago. John Stepek looks at the market’s reaction, and what’s likely to happen next.

The Brexit exodus that never was

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Doom-mongers predicted a massive flight from the City, says Matthew Lynn. But it simply didn’t happen.

“Plan A” dons a false moustache

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Theresa May’s deal is back on the table. Will it be more appetising the second time? Emily Hohler reports.

Markets are starting to think that “no deal” Brexit is off the table – are they right?

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Markets have perked up about Brexit. The evidence suggests they think we’re heading for a soft Brexit – or no Brexit at all. John Stepek looks at what’s going on.

Ignore all the Brexit hysteria and buy UK stocks

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Brexit is looking increasingly like an over-hyped non-event. Even a no-deal Brexit would be no big deal. But it has made UK stocks very cheap. Here’s what to buy now.

Is “car-mageddon” around the bend?

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Britain’s car industry is being rocked by Brexit, held back by a global slowdown in sales, and is struggling to keep up with technological changes. Can it change gear? Simon Wilson reports.

The same old Brexit story

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Over two years later, nothing has really changed on the Brexit front, says Merryn Somerset Webb. And UK stocks are still cheap.

What May’s massive Brexit rejection means for your money

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What happens after Parliament’s resounding rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal is anyone’s guess. Here, John Stepek outlines some scenarios, and explains what it all means for your money.

Betting on politics: will we run out of milk?

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Aside from the more serious bets, bookies are now offering odds on which household items will be out of stock after Brexit. Matthew Partridge reports.

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