Rays of sunshine in a cloudy month for Brexit by Charlie Mitchell | 28.10.2016 A strong few days in a tough month for the economy does not mean the sun is now shining on Brexit Britain. Five aspects of trade wishful-thinking Brexiteers overlook by Charlie Mitchell | 25.10.2016 Time is money for business. Intrusive EU-UK customs checks could choke trade and frustrate firms. Comment PM must hope sterling slide is no Mayday by Stewart Fleming | 25.10.2016 Brexiteers are counting on a slumping pound to boost UK exports. History is not on their side. 5 Brexit upshots this week by Charlie Mitchell | 21.10.2016 As cabinet quarrels persist over the economy and immigration, public opinion swerved away from a hard Brexit in a mixed week for the economy. Comment Money alone won’t buy single market access post-Brexit by Paul Taylor | 17.10.2016 To preserve this, EU is saying Britain will also need to agree to free movement of people and respect its law and jurisprudence. Comment Can Philip Hammond stop a destructive Brexit? by Hugo Dixon | 17.10.2016 There probably isn’t a majority in parliament or public for one. Snag is any alternative Brexit would cause further Tory divisions. 6 effects of Brexit on the economy this week by Charlie Mitchell | 14.10.2016 Consumers began to see the effects of a plummeting pound in another shaky week for the economy. Falling pound puts pressure on petrol, holidays and Marmite by Charlie Mitchell | 13.10.2016 Leavers laud the boon of weak pound. But consumers are starting to pay for Brexit through higher prices. Comment Hard-Brexiters are making colossal miscalculation by Michael Emerson | 10.10.2016 They think EU will give us tariff-free trade because it’s in its interests. They ignore three important arguments. They must wise up fast. Comment Theresa May’s Faustian pact with Brexiters damages UK by Hugo Dixon | 08.10.2016 To curry favour with hardliners, the government is saying things that are divisive, bad for investment and harming our reputation. 6 implications of Brexit for the economy this week by Charlie Mitchell | 07.10.2016 Markets reacted badly this week to the PM's Conservative Party conference speech, which increased the odds of a hard Brexit. Comment City right to be alarmed by hard Brexit by Stewart Fleming | 06.10.2016 Disorderly exit will damage UK’s top money spinner and threaten financial stability. But it will be hard to sell alternatives to Brexiters.