Archive for January 9th, 2019

Corbyn to launch election bid if May loses vote

No-confidence motion likely to fail but could push Labour towards new Brexit referendum

Differences between comprehensive income and other comprehensive income

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New Ric Edelman Book Targets Kids’ Financial Literacy

The Squirrel Manifesto, a new book for children by Ric Edelman, blends good-sense personal finance habits into a classic fairy-tale format.

Theresa May loses grip on Brexit deal after fresh Commons humiliation

Amendments mean PM would have with little room to move if Brexit deal rejected next week

Theresa May’s room for manoeuvre should her Brexit deal be rejected next week was further constrained on Wednesday night, after the government lost a second dramatic parliamentary showdown in as many days.

An increasingly boxed-in prime minister must now set out her plan B within three working days of a defeat next Tuesday, after the rebel amendment passed.

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Corbyn to again call for general election to break Brexit deadlock

Labour leader will use speech on Thursday to reiterate demand if PM cannot get Brexit deal past MPs

Jeremy Corbyn is to reiterate his call for the Brexit impasse to be put to the people in a general election, as Labour edged closer to pledging to call a no-confidence vote in Theresa May’s government if her departure plan is voted down in the Commons.

At a speech in Wakefield on Thursday, the Labour leader is to argue that if May is unable to get her flagship piece of legislation past MPs next week then her government will have lost all authority, meaning an election is urgently needed.

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Brexit vote: What time will Brexit vote take place in Parliament next week?



PARLIAMENT will have the chance to vote on Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal on January 15, after a month-long delay. So what time will the vote be held?

What Is the Difference Between Dividend Yield and Dividend Rate?

Learn how to differentiate between dividend yield and dividend return, and discover why dividend yield is the more popular rate of return measurement.
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