UK's financial chiefs are concerned about impact of Brexit, postponing their key decisions on hiring and investments. The British industry and business segments are in wait and watch mode until referendum on Brexit in June 2016.
Cameron accused journalists are getting over excited to hunt news on political rift. While five of his cabinet members are opposing him, and one had resigned.
Tata Steel put its British business up for sale on Tuesday as the company faces continuous loss in its British operation. Thousands of jobs is at risk.
Brexit is expected to impact Britain's economy in a more negative way. If UK gets out of European Union (EU), it would generate $700 million (GBP 500million) gas and power bills additionally per annum. Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has cautioned that Britain's energy security at risk in the wake of Brexit.
Britain's exit from the European Union will have a negative impact on the economy of the country, according to officials. The UK prime minister pledges to negotiate a better agreement for the nation in the union.
Deutsche Borse confirmed that it is in talks with London Stock Exchange regarding a potential merger. The parties remain hopeful that a possible merger transaction will take place.
Bank of England has many choices to boost Britain's economy. The bank may slack its financial policy on fears that the country may exit the European Union.
British currency suffered the biggest drop in one day, triggered by speculation Britain to leave. While Prime Minister Cameron stressed the importance of United Kingdom to stay in the EU.
On Saturday, London Mayor, Boris Johnson sent an email to Prime Minister David Cameron, announcing his support for United Kingdom to withdraw from European Union.
Britain is losing its faith in the chancellor George Osborne as he is readying for the annual budget in the midst of global challenges facing the nation's economy. Poor economic conditions prevented the chancellor from achieving his election targets.
Martin Hughes, founder of Toscafund warned that United Kingdom withdrawal from European Union will also force Ireland to quit. Brexit is also feared to bring recession in the UK
British Prime Minister pledged £20 million to fund English classes for Muslim women migrants in hopes to solve extremism.
Amidst a growing threat from Islamic State terrorism, Britain strengthen its defense by spending more budget on defense and security. According to CNN, Britain will beef up its security by purchasing nine new Boeing P8 maritime patrol aircraft for surveillance and anti-submarine warfare,with additional spending of £12 billion ($18 billion).
This week, a surprising airline news claims that Airbus has expressed its interest in hiring newly arrived refugees in Germany. According to Airbus CEO, Tom Enders the refugees could work in the airline's facilities for a different wage rate.
The newly-elected Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn warns supporters that "Brexit" could become a reality as early as next year. Corbyn, who is currently against the move for Britain to exit EU said that the talk between EU-UK in Brussels right now will determine the future of the country.