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European Medicines Agency relocates from London to Amsterdam in first Brexit shift



News November 20, 2017


The Dutch capital was picked to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in a crunch vote that ended in a tie - broken only by the drawing of lots.It is the first of two agencies whose future is being decided by EU27 health minist...

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Vote Leave and Veterans for Britain investigated over EU referendum spending



News November 20, 2017


The elections watchdog said there were "reasonable grounds to suspect an offence may have been committed".It will scrutinise spending submissions from Vote Leave Limited, Veterans for Britain and Darren Grimes, founder of the grou...

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Crunch meeting may back £36bn Brexit pay-off



News November 20, 2017


It is understood Theresa May will chair a Cabinet sub-committee this morning to discuss which additional financial commitments ministers might be prepared to sign off.The Exit and Trade (Strategy and Negotiations) sub-committee - ...

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Sky Data: Should we take from the old to give to the young?



News November 19, 2017


Millennials earn less than previous generations did at the same age, have been saddled with huge student debts, and spend vastly more on renting lower quality housing.Meanwhile, older people have been increasingly well looked afte...

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If you were the Chancellor, how would you spend the Budget?



News November 19, 2017


With the competing demands of funding public services while also trying to tackle the UK's deficit, would you be able to balance Britain's books?Might you sacrifice big infrastructure plans or existing spending commitments to free...

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