Difficult Brexit talks and uncertainty about Britain’s future have done little to dampen investment — and luxury shopping — in London.
The designer took part in the People’s March for Europe on Saturday.
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The annual Meet the Manufacturer trade show in London, which promotes sourcing and production in the U.K., doubled in size this year.
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The euro reached a six-month high earlier on Monday morning, and then retreated.
May called a surprise snap election while Rush argued on behalf of British fashion in parliament in the run-up to Brexit.
The British prime minister said she needs a strong hand in Brexit negotiations.
Retail is unlikely to get a boost from bankers’ exodus, but food and drink will.
May laid out her initiatives pertaining to Brexit in a speech held in central London.
Great Britain was the catalyst in the growing global populist movement that has spread to Italy and could hit France and Germany next.
The initiative was created in response to the Brexit vote, by architectural and design magazine Dezeen.
The uncertain economy does not bode well for consumer confidence, tourist flows and the appetite for nonessentials.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair talked politics, Hillary Clinton and social media with Reuters’ editor-at-large Harry Evans.