Archive for November 5th, 2019

Philip Hammond to step down as Tory MP after 22 years

Former chancellor clashed repeatedly with Boris Johnson over Brexit

Philip Hammond, the Conservative chancellor until four months ago, is standing down as an MP of 22 years after clashing repeatedly with Boris Johnson over Brexit.

The MP for Runnymede and Weybridge, who lost the party whip last month after opposing leaving the EU without a deal, said he had been forced to step down because he would lose his party membership if he stood against an official Conservative candidate.

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The Biggest Oil Producers in Asia

Learn which Asian countries deliver the most crude oil to market, and discover what companies are the biggest producers in each country.

Financial Sector Moves Higher as Markets Grow Optimistic

As financial stocks break out, we look at who won the discount broker battle and consider what comes next for Schwab.

Why Is Social Security Running Out of Money?

The good news is that Social Security is no where near bankruptcy. However, you may not have Social Security benefits available to you when you retire.

New Zealand Dollar Sinks on Worse than Expected Jobs Data

New Zealand unemployment rate rises to 4.2% vs expectations of 4.1%, prompting further expectations for a rate cut at next week's RBNZ meeting

9 Ways to Boost Your Social Security Benefits

Here’s how to maximize the income you and your spouse or dependents receive from Social Security.

‘I’m still standing!’ Defiant Brexit Party candidate takes aim at ‘terrified’ Tories



BREXIT Party candidate for Peterborough Mike Greene has accused the Tories of "running scared" - and claimed they were working desperately to derail Nigel Farage's outfit before the general election campaign gets underway.
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