The warnings from major players in the City of London and the global financial markets comes less than three weeks before the referendum, and at a time when the opinion polls show the ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ camps are particularly close.
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The media speculation prompted a firm response from Brussels, where one senior EU diplomat said: “As long a the UK is a member, it keeps its rights and obligations. The commission believes it is desirable for the date on which that changes to be the date the UK leaves.”
Dimon said JP Morgan had to be ready for hard Brexit – whether it was likely to happen or not. “It’s easy we plan for that … all it means is that several hundred jobs have to legally be done through an EU sub[sidiary],” he added.
The head of JP Morgan has admitted he will not move many jobs out of Britain in the next two years as a result of Brexit, in a U-turn on his pre-referendum warning that a vote to leave the European Union could mean as many as 4,000 jobs moving across the Channel.
The boss of JP Morgan has warned the Wall Street giant could start to move jobs out of London faster than expected if the Government does not quickly agree a deal with the EU on a transition period to stabilise financial markets.
Damian Collins, the chair of the digital, culture, media and sport committee, has written to the Facebook founder after suspicions that Russian “actors” used the platform to interfere in British politics. Facebook has 32 million users in Britain.
In their draft reference to the European Court, the judges ask: “Where a member state has notified the European Council of its intention to withdraw from the European Union, does EU law permit that notice to be revoked unilaterally by the notifying member state?
She continued: “It’s so easy to fall into a bit of a ‘funk’ when we can’t do much, keep your mind ticking over and try and get some fresh air each day, your mind is your best weapon.