IMF 'Experts'admit disastrous love affair with the euro
IMF apologises for immolation of Greece
The International Monetary Funds top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an elemental concept of currency theory.
Remind yourself here, Nigel Farage warned them years ago, right then, right now
Le Touquet agreement holds
May and Hollande confirm its continuing exisitence
Once again the fear mongers are proved wrong
Despite all the threats, the leave voters recognised it was as much in Frances interest to hold the borders where they are
Another nail in the coffin for the fearmongering remain campaigners
During the referendum campaign, Siemens was one of the most high-profile companies to back Remain. They even threatened to leave Britain, claiming:
“This uncertainty, and threat of increased costs, could make the UK a less attractive place to do business and may become a factor when Siemens is considering future investment here.”
More remain lies debunked
George Osborne doom day scenario debunked
More flawed 'expert' analysis
George Osborne’s claims that voting to Leave would cause interest rates to rise and a year-long recession have been demolished by the Bank of England.
Staying in UK
Morgan Stanley not actually going
Rumours of their departure with a Brexit vote greatly exaggerated.
Initial reports suggested the company needed to move staff because of the passporting system, which allows it to offer financial services across all EU nations without having a permanent base in that country, The Independent reported.
Everyones investing in the UK
Investment in Brexit Britain
GSK, LCA and Deutsche Borse
Three huge businesses have announced major UK investments in the space of 24 hours – in some cases contrary to what their officials claimed prior to the referendum vote. GlaxoSmithKline has announced £275 million of fresh investment, London’s City Airport is getting a £344 million expansion, and Deutsche Börse’s shareholders overwhelmingly approved its merger with the London Stock Exchange.