Pound rallies as markets eye soft, not no-deal, Brexit
The pound rose after the government’s historic defeat in the House of Commons but all eyes are on tomorrow’s no-confidence vote.
May crashes to historic defeat as MPs shred Brexit plan
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal by a historic margin.
Women’s state pension court date confirmed amid internal fallout
A judicial review involving changes to the state pension age for 3.8 million women born in the 1950s will take place on 5 and 6 June.
Five things investors should not fear in 2019
Investors had a rollercoaster ride in 2018, with markets limping into the new year after reaching record highs just a few months back, but here is why things may not be as gloomy as they seem.
Investors shirk big bets as Brexit deal vote looms
Pound and UK domestic stocks dip ahead of parliamentary vote on Brexit deal, while bookies fall on fears of tighter US regulation
Must watch: Tim Shipman's take on our big bowl of Brexit tweets
At our annual conference last week, Ollie Smith was joined by Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman to rifle through a big bowl of Brexit tweets.