Tag : politics
Industry questions new PM's prioritiesSubscription
The UK fashion industry has questioned new prime minister Boris Johnson’s support for British businesses and raised concerns over the strong possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Johnson or Hunt? The fashion industry's verdictSubscription
Conservative Party members will be choosing the next prime minister in the next three weeks. Drapers finds out whether Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson will be better for the fashion industry.
Receptive partners are essential in tackling new global markets Antonis Kyprianou, group franchise manager at Grupo Cortefiel, told delegates at Drapers’ Fashion Forum today.
High street retailers across the UK are offering deep mid-season discounts for a second year running in anticipation of another difficult Christmas trading season.
Scottish retailers have lashed out at plans to hold a second referendum on independence from the UK, complaining that it will create added uncertainty and hinder trading.
Theresa May to put customers and workers on company boards, and crack down on unscrupulous directors
Greg Clark becomes new business secretarySubscription
Greg Clark has been named secretary of state of business, energy and industrial strategy, replacing former business secretary Sajid Javid.
As the shock of the referendum result subsides, speculation is rife about the implications of the UK’s departure from the European Union and its future direction in the global economy.
From VAT to the single market and immigration, each candidate lined up to replace David Cameron as leader of the Conservative party has vastly differing views of how best to negotiate the months ahead. Here, we summarise some of the key business-related promises from those running for the top job.
The big talking point this week has of course been Brexit. Following prime minister David Cameron’s announcement that a referendum on whether Britain should remain in the European Union is to be held on June 23, divisions across the country have come to the surface.