YouGov/CEBR consumer confidence index slips to 109.3 in October from 111.5 in September.
Roberto Azevedo says the UK will not suffer a trade seizure during or after its exit talk with the European Union.
US car giant says it is prepared to take 'whatever action necessary' to absorb Brexit-related losses.
Tom Brake and Susan Kramer spoke to IBTimes UK about the Richmond Park by-election.
One in four firms planning to take on more permanent staff over the next three months, survey shows.
Smaller banks set to relocate outside of Britain by Christmas.
Financial Reporting Council will examine potential Brexit-related risks for the UK accounting framework.
Estate agent blames decline on reduced activity in the capital but remains optimistic on growth opportunities.
Government lawyer says parliament able to have say on historic EU deal once negotiations conclude.
Bank of England deputy governor says Bank having a flexible currency is extremely important for the economy.
Deloitte survey shows consumer sentiment grows steadily across the UK but falls in the capital.
EY Item Club predicts UK economic growth to slow to 0.8% in 2017.
Chancellor accused of 'arguing like an accountant' by seeing risk rather than opportunity.
SNP leader says Scotland must have the ability to chose its own future.
PM tells NHS boss health service should focus on getting rid of £22bn deficit.
Donald Tusk warned Britain cannot have it all as he took aim at 'proponents of the cake theory.'
This is only the start of the impact we are likely to see from Brexit.
The online Ipsos poll also revealed Britons' attitudes towards extremism and terrorism.
UK see huge spike in hate crimes after EU Referendum vote as total increases 19% from 2015.
But Rics warns that a lack of housing stock will drive house prices up as demand rises again.
Rate of decline was sharpest in five years and future pricing depends on Brexit negotiations, say Halifax and IHS Markit.
'This is one hell of a climbdown,' a Labour source commented.
Next week, QCs and solicitors will argue that the Government should not be able to trigger Article 50.
The government is under pressure to debate the terms of Brexit in parliament.
The UK's 'great repeal bill' to discard some EU laws will appear early next year.
By insisting the vote was all about hostility to foreigners, Remainers push policy in that direction.
Internet trolls could face jail for inciting harassment, derogatory hashtags under new CPS guidelines
Posting 'disturbing or sinister' doctored images of someone on a social media would also be considered illegal.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte faces a general election in 2017, with Geert Wilders' right-wing party high in the polls.
Operating profit jumps 27% to £10.9m for the year ended 31 July.
The London School of Economics (LSE) has vowed to stick by foreign academics after Brexit ban