Archive: Remain

Polling data shows the Brexit debate is becoming more polarised than ever

A country of purists: the polling which lays bare the death of any compromise on Brexit

New data shows a large majority of the British public now reject any Brexit compromise, and a significant proportion want to vote for parties that feel the same way.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Cost of no deal

    The consequences of the UK failing to reach a deal with the EU will be “widespread, damaging and pervasive”, according to research by The UK in a Changing Europe.

  • ABI: Insurers will remain vigilant

    Maggie Craig, Director of Conduct Regulation at the Association of British Insurers said: “Our members support the regulator’s work to deliver good outcomes for consumers and ensure company incentive schemes do not result in customer detriment." Read more.

  • CPA: Latest Construction New Orders Remain Depressed

    The latest quarterly ONS figures for construction new orders released today show that new orders for construction remained at a depressed level in the second quarter of 2012, despite having risen 1.5% in the first half of 2012 compared to the same period one year earlier. New orders remain 40% lower than the pre-recession peak.

  • Building Societies Association: Savings remain high

    Building Societies Association: Savings remain high

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