For Roger Morton and his wife living in France -- and many other UK expats across the European Union -- Brexit is causing the closure of their British banking services
There had never been much doubt that in London's financial district female workers' salaries lagged behind those of their mostly male colleagues. Now this has been confirmed with data.
Britain's lenders could support the economy through a "disorderly" Brexit, the Bank of England says, as the sector passed its latest round of stress tests.
London can no longer be the European Union's financial capital once Brexit materializes. That has prompted several of the bloc's major cities to position themselves in the race to replace the British capital's iconic City.