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Brexit: the "no deal" would be a "disaster" for European bosses

A departure from the United Kingdom without agreement with the European Union would be "a disaster," warned Monday the European employers' organization, Business Europe, which calls on both parties to "make all reasonable efforts" to get along. "The" no deal "is the recipe for the disaster and must be finally dismissed," said Markus J. Beyrer, CEO of Business Europe,...

Supreme Court to hear demands for suspension of illegal parliament | Policy

Eleven Supreme Court judges will hear the blatant political claim that Boris Johnson illegally advised the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks to quash the debate over the Brexit crisis. All the judges of the highest court of the United Kingdom, except one, will be on the bench Tuesday at the opening of the case. The hearing will be...

Saudi oil attacks boost prices since 1988 | Business

Oil attacks in Saudi Arabia have triggered soaring oil prices for 30 years and fueled fears for the global economy. Attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil infrastructure have caused the world's largest price hike since 1988, erasing 5.7 million barrels of oil a day, or 5 percent of the world's oil supply. The price of a barrel of Brent jumped more than...