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EU referendum: Polish leader Duda fears ‘crisis’ if UK leaves

Poland’s new President, Andrzej Duda, has warned that the European Union would face a “very serious crisis” if the UK were to leave. UK PM David Cameron has promised a referendum on EU membership by the end of 2017 and is pushing for reform. Speaking to the BBC, Mr Duda said he wanted to see the EU “fixed” to make it more efficient and more democratic. But he criticised Mr Cameron’s key proposal to delay in-work benefits for new EU migrants for four years. He said he would not accept any EU labour laws that could discriminate against individuals from particular member states.


The Guardian

More than 14m people to hit roads on busiest Christmas travel day

Friday is set to be the busiest day of the Christmas period on UK roads, with more than 14 million people setting out on significant journeys, according to motoring organisations. Airports and airlines are also expecting their traffic to peak, with rail links set to be disrupted later in the holidays. The AA forecasts the biggest surge in traffic on Friday, with 14 million drivers planning trips of more than 20 miles. According to traffic analysts Inrix, journeys on some motorways will take three times longer than normal at peak times.


The Daily Mail

UK consumer confidence ticks up in December but fears still linger about the overall performance of the economy

have fears about the wider economic picture, according to a report from market research firm GfK. Its monthly consumer sentiment survey showed a reading of +2 in December, up from +1 in November. GfK said the positive December reading means it is the first time the index has remained positive for an entire calendar year since it started in 1974.  Joe Staton, head of market dynamics at GfK, said the overall picture was robust and that consumer spending has helped to drive eleven quarters of UK growth so far in 2015.  He added: ‘Consumer confidence has remained strong for all of 2015.’

Posted by Lois Hardy on 23/12/2015