BREXIT NEWS BRIEF
19th January 2017
Today’s headlines: the aftershock following Theresa May’s landmark speech continues with mostly positive reactions. US signals UK trade deal could take six months; Nicola sturgeon’s bluff called by May; unemployment falling, manufacturing outlook improving and new deals announced.
BREXIT GOOD NEWS
Global Britain: Yes! Brexit does mean Brexit!
Wall Street Journal: British Consumers Keep Economy Humming Months After Brexit Vote
Tech city News: Kohli Ventures launches $25m investment fund to boost UK tech
BBC Scotland: Manufacturing shows ‘positive growth trends’
Politico: Hard Brexit is ‘wise,’ Norway says
Global Britain: Nicola Sturgeon’s bluff has been called
Industry Week: Nissan, Toyota back UK plants despite May’s Brexit plan
Evening Standard: First direct train from China to UK arrives in London