Anti-Brexit campaigners  outside the British Houses of Parliament on Wednesday. What’s most surprising in the Brexit jigsaw is the resilience of the UK economy. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Two weeks ago when David Davis exited the UK cabinet in protest at the so-called Chequers deal, the markets and sterling took a vaguely positive view (...)

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is cutting disposable income by more than £600 per household, according to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is cutting disposable income by more than £600 per household, according to the National Institute of Eco(...)

Sterling registered its biggest daily fall in seven months against the euro. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

The position of Irish exporters has been further eroded by another slide in sterling following the UK’s surprise election result, which left Theresa (...)

Theresa May outside 10 Downing Street. ‘Her 12-point Brexit strategy will not survive its first contact with the enemy.’ Photograph: Reuters/Neil Hall

The best description of our new politics is that the truth is whatever leaders like Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin want it to be. Stuck in old fashi(...)

 Pure Gym  brand ambassador and investor Sir Chris Hoy, as the fitness chain unveiled plans for a stock market flotation. Photograph: PA

Fitness club chain Pure Gym Group said on Wednesday it would raise about £190 million in an initial public offering of shares on the London Stock Exch(...)

Weaker demand, slower growth, faster inflation - that’s the UK economy that the Bank of England sees in its crystal ball after the nation voted for Brexit. Now the first hard numbers are on the way.

Weaker demand, slower growth, faster inflation - that’s the UK economy that the Bank of England sees in its crystal ball after the nation voted for Br(...)

Writing in the economic review of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research Professor Philip Lane said that financial engineering, with little net impact on the underlying international investment position for the UK, may have contributed to the decline in net FDI investment income. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

The incoming governor of Ireland’s central bank has suggested that corporate financial engineering lies behind the deterioration in the UK current ac(...)

UK factories increased production by less than forecast in December, suggesting manufacturing is set for steady rather than runaway growth this year. (...)