10 December 2018 | UK NEWS
Leading the agenda:
– May will delay the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal, initially scheduled for tomorrow, over fears she would lose by a significant margin. She will make a statement on the matter at 15:30.
– The UK economy grew by 0.4% in the three months to October as the manufacturing sector and the car market perform poorly.
– The European Court of Justice has stated the UK can stop the Brexit process without seeking approval from other EU member states.
– Tory MP’s Sam Gyimah and Bernard Jenkin to attend a Reform (think tank) event on public services this afternoon.
– Sinn Fein’s Northern Ireland Leader Michelle O’Neill to give a speech in Cardiff on the Irish border.
– Crossrail is set for a £1bn bailout, its third bailout this year, following significant cost problems and delays.
– The UK Government contractor Interserve, which operates in the prison, education and hospital sectors, is seeking a rescue deal after falling into £500m of debt.
– London’s Assembly’s Environment Committee to publish a report on farming in London’s green belt.