BCC survey shows firms remain confident over the short-term future but medium-term outlook is uncertain.
S&P Global Ratings says banks could benefit as US and EU authorities pull back from stringent regulations.
Lack of supply of new homes propping up prices, Rics survey suggests.
Interest rates for students who have taken out of a loan after September 2012 will raise from 4.6% to 6.1%.
More than 760,000 non-UK nationals worked in the sector in 2016, according to official statistics.
Unemployment rate remains at lowest since 1975 but wage growth declines to 2.2%.
The declaration "would send a shot across the bow that things are different", said Chuck Schumer.
Turnbull believes that trade between the two countries worth $20bn is only 'fraction' of full potential.
About 44% of jobs created in the UK over the past eight years were filled by EU workers.
Demonstrators carried makeshift shields and wore improvised gas masks to protect themselves against the plumes of tear gas.
Inflation holds steady at 2.3%, as decline in air fares offsets sharp increase in food, alcohol and tobacco prices.
Private health group opens its first clinic outside the UK in almost forty years since business launched.
Total sales fall 0.2% from a year earlier in March, with like-for-like sales down 1%.
Lords Committee report shows 442 people were arrested for drunken behaviour at UK airports over the last two years.
Manufacturing sector growth was offset by a decline in the services sector but growth likely to return in Q2.