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UK Insurer Aviva prepares for & # 39; Hard Brexit & # 39; by transferring assets from the UK

Aviva Plc asked a court in London to approve the transfer of assets totaling 9 billion euros ($ 10.2 billion), with the uncertainty of the Brexit "increasing" when it joined other insurers and banks that produced contingency plans. Aviva asked… Continue Reading →

Brexit takes a heavy toll on the British economy

The growing uncertainty about Brexit weighs heavily on the British economy, which slowed down to its weakest growth rate since the wake of the global financial crisis last year, according to official figures on Monday. The Office for National Statistics… Continue Reading →

Uber is facing $ 1.3 billion in tax costs in UK from a lawyer who has won a large Brexit ruling

The lawyer who led a prominent court case – which ended with the European Union ruling that the UK could unilaterally reverse the Brexit – appeared in court on Wednesday for a new fight, this time with Uber Technologies Inc…. Continue Reading →

Brexit: vacationers are faced with the uncertainty of travel insurance in case of non-agreement

The best insurance companies do not have a consistent policy on traveler coverage in case of Brexit without agreement, according to a study by the Liberal Democratic Party. HuffPost UK reports a "mystery shopper" exercise organized by the party, which… Continue Reading →

What & # 39; s Next for Brexit?

The Brexit deal of Prime Minister Theresa May has been rejected by parliament. She is now talking to rival politicians to find a solution before a plan B is presented on Monday. If her plan is not convincing, the British… Continue Reading →

Brexit worries "rising costs of auto insurance" • bbc.co.uk

Copyright of the image Getty Images Auto insurance costs are increasing for the first time since 2017, in part because of Brexit uncertainty, according to AA. Over the last three months, the cost of a global policy has risen by… Continue Reading →

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Political representatives of Northern Ireland have expressed outrage at the potential implications of a Brexit without agreement on cross-border travel and have accused Westminster politicians of being held accountable.The Irish Motor Insurers Bureau has sent thousands of inquiries to Irish… Continue Reading →

Uncompromising warning about Brexit for UK drivers • bbc.co.uk

Copyright of the image Reuters If British motorists plan to drive abroad after March 29, they must act quickly or they will break the law. Indeed, a Brexit without agreement would leave drivers the need to have a green card… Continue Reading →

The Theresa Mays Brexit deal is about to be defeated. What happens if it fails? • Good Assurance

The future of Brexit could be decided Tuesday by the British Parliament. But it will probably not be. MPs are expected to vote on January 15th. the Brexit withdrawal agreement, which Prime Minister Theresa May and her counterparts in the… Continue Reading →

The Brexit agreement was rejected by Parliament. Heres what happens next. • Good Assurance

The agreement of British Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit has just been rejected by Parliament. May's agreement lost 432 to 202, a humiliating margin that reveals how unpopular her plan was. In fact, the result was somewhat anticlimatic: MEPs… Continue Reading →

Britain needs an insurance plan at Brexit • Good Assurance

HAMBURG, Germany – I learned by mail the other day that Brexit poses a risk to my life insurance. My British insurance company, not knowing if it could legally cover the citizens of the European Union like me once Britain… Continue Reading →

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