Former prime minister David Cameron has urged Theresa May to work with other political parties and argued the UK should adopt a "softer" approach to Brexit, echoing calls from City leaders yesterday.
Cameron told a business conference in Poland that PM May should "listen to other parties" on how to leave the EU, while also saying May was right to remain in office despite losing her parliamentary majority...
'Gap between value and price as wide as I have ever seen'
Reduced UK outflows
Draws attention of FCA
Subject to shareholder approval
Clients are like family
'Regulatory failures' during FCA tenure
Legal battle ongoing