Brexit deadlock & UK economy stuck in low gear

On 29 March, the day the UK should have left the EU, the House of Commons decisively voted to reject Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement, leaving the Brexit process in a state of turmoil. This was the third time the Prime Minister had asked MPs to approve the Brexit divorce deal that she concluded negotiating … Continue reading “Brexit deadlock & UK economy stuck in low gear”

‘EU pension’ promises saving on the move

Europeans have a pension problem – just 27 per cent of those under 59 have any pension savings at all. But plans are afoot for a pan-European personal pension (PEPP) – designed for those whose work takes them through multiple EU countries. If you’re employed and living in the UK, you probably have personal or … Continue reading “‘EU pension’ promises saving on the move”