BREXIT NEWS BRIEF
30th January 2017

Today’s headlines: Consumer confidence and confidence in the economy remains high; investments in UK science; bright future for global trade; and more.

BREXIT GOOD NEWS
Reuters: Drugmaker Novo Nordisk bets $145 million on post-Brexit UK science
Telegraph: After Brexit, British trade can take off around the world
City AM: Brexit won’t break Britain’s trading relationships with Europe, study shows
Belfast Telegraph: CDE Global creating 110 jobs and £10m hub in Northern Ireland

POLITICS
Edinburgh Evening News: Losers must learn to take it on the chin
Breitbart London: Little Englander mindset” a “good explanation” for for Brexit vote, says EU negotiator Verhofstadt
Guardian: May to hold talks with Irish PM over “hard border” concerns
The National: SNP call for “reset” of Brexit if MPs reject Theresa May’s deal
Wall Street Journal: Brexit disruptors challenge Government’s plans in court

BUSINESS
Telegraph: Consumer confidence remains high as households keep spending
Guardian: Young people optimistic about economy despite Brexit, says study