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How overseas investment impacts developers and the UK Property Market

Summary: Will overseas investment into UK property continue at the same rate as recent years as we career towards the Brexit deadline? Our REalyst analyses the future of overseas investment into UK properties and weighs up the chances. Overseas Investment in the UK Property Market When discussing the future of the UK property market, it […]

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Millennials, your views on Brexit are not set in stone It simply isn't the case that older voters are more self-interested

Dear Millennials, I have read and watched with careful attention the complaints made by many of you, and others on your behalf, about the Brexit referendum. For two years and seven months, the internet has been awash with complaints that an older generation has “stolen your future”. Some of these complaints are thoughtful; some are […]

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Why an accidental Brexit could be the best thing for the UK Free trade Brexiteers should pin their hopes on convenience, not ideology

For months, ministers were resolute.  Britain, they insisted, must remain aligned to the rest of Europe.  It would spell ruin if we were to simply leave, they said.  And they kept on saying that, until the day we actually left. I refer not to what might happen in a few weeks’ time when Britain is scheduled to leave […]

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A bad deal on financial services will hurt the EU just as much as the City London is the world's pre-eminent financial hub. Brexit won't change that

The publication last month of the Government’s White Paper on the future relationship between the UK and the EU grabbed headlines for the immediate political fallout. But the document, a product of the heated discussions held by ministers at Chequers on 6 July, was also seen as an abandonment of the UK’s original plan for […]

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With Brexit, Britain can show the world the path to prosperity Brexit is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to show to the world an alternate path to global prosperity

“There is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is bound in shallows and in miseries. On such a full sea are we now afloat. And we must take the current when it serves or lose our ventures.” (Shakespeare, […]

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Brexit and UK Agriculture Agriculture remains central to the whole raison d’etre of the European Union

Whilst the politically embarrassing butter mountains and wine lakes of the 1980s have been consigned to the history books, agriculture remains central to the whole raison d’etre of the European Union. Indeed, it remains one of the few policy areas on the Continent where most of the decisions are not made by national governments, but […]

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