'Britain wants to leave, but does not want to pay anything,' the French president said.
YouGov/CEBR business confidence index rises to 112.4 in September from 109.7 in August.
Cobra Beer founder spoke to IBTimes UK after the home secretary unveiled a new immigration crackdown.
If Ukip can't step up, voters have a radical choice between May's aristocratic right and Corbyn's Trotskyist left.
Reports suggest she had been unhappy about her new role at the party.
It's as if suddenly we live in a one-party state where dissent is scorned - which allows racism to steadily grow.
Brexit Secretary promised to bring immigration numbers down and control the UK's borders.
Transport Secretary and leading Brexiteer says "proper thing to do is to set a date and get on with it".
Nationwide house price index notes "relative stability" of growth after vote for Brexit.
But the First-Time Buyer Index also shows no change in demand after Brexit vote in EU referendum.
YouGov/CEBR consumer confidence index rises to 111.1 in September from 110.1 in August.
Growth of London house prices 'unsustainable' says UBS in its Global Real Estate Bubble Index.
Housing market shakes off Brexit blues as Knight Frank House Price Sentiment Index jumps.
Sales jumped 12% to £7.7bn in 2015 calendar year.
Cameron's ex-spin doctor reveals crisis talks between Cameron and May in the days leading to Brexit.
But what next for the Labour Parliamentary Party members who opposed the left-winger?
Brexit referendum sparked concerns about the housing market as economic and political uncertainty gripped UK.
JLL says stamp duty and Brexit means there are significantly fewer new build starts in central London.
HMRC data shows a 6.1% annual fall in the number of housing deals going through last month.
Source tells IBTimes UK a top Ukip donor behind the plan is 'taking stock' after Diane James' victory.
One in four employers plan to take on more permanent staff over next 12 months, fresh survey shows.
Savills says summer market after Brexit was was 'slow but certainly not moribund' for prime London property.
Knight Frank says Brexit is a trigger for "overdue" asking price cuts in prime London property markets.
Outspoken boss of pub chain says political classes insulted the voting public's intelligence.
Ratings agency Moody's thinks it is unlikely all permissions granted to financial firms will be lost.
Asking prices rise sharply for first-time buyers as housing market "shakes off" Brexit.
Brexit will have 'major global impact', financial industry lobby groups say.
Poll shows over 40% of homeowners lost confidence in the property market after the EU referendum.
Leaked emails between Straw and former US Secretary of State Colin Powell were obtained by DC Leaks.
House of Lords Constitution Committee says it would be 'constitutionally inappropriate' to ignore parliament.