Daily MailHow Brexit will affect your holiday money, mortgages, passports and health coverDaily MailIn the short term, nothing changes. The UK will remain a member of the EU for at least two years. That is the period defined in Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty for a departing country to negotiate a new relationship with the EU — and the clock will ...Britain's exit from EU sends global economies into tailspinWashington Post5 Ways the Brexit Could Affect YouMoney MagazineMillennials, here's what Brexit means for youBankrate.comThis is Money -The Independent -Telegraph.co.ukall 10,643 news articles »
Mirror.co.ukGemma Collins lays it all out on the couch In TherapyMirror.co.uk... stem from being mollycoddled by her parents who are used to paying for everything, even stumping up £14,000 for a credit card bill. She wails: “It's not my fault! Because I was given everything I didn't know the value of money. My dad always bailed ...
Babble (blog)What Brexit Means for My Family Living in the U.K.Babble (blog)Back in January 2013, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron promised the divisive Tory party that there would be a vote on Britain's continued membership in the European Union (EU) — the union of 28 countries forged out of World War II in the desire for ...and more »
Financial TimesWeek in ReviewFinancial TimesTwilio priced at $15 per share, above its expected range of $12 to $14, and then its share price nearly doubled on its debut, although it fell back along with the markets Friday following news of Britain's vote to leave the EU. The San Francisco-based ...
Mirror.co.ukWhat will Brexit mean for shopping, petrol prices, pensions, house prices, the NHS and crimeMirror.co.ukQ. What will happen to my savings? by Tricia Phillips, Personal Finance Editor. A. Cash in bank accounts and building societies covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme is safe, up to £75,000 per person per account. However, if you have ...and more »