Dollar weakens as Trump criticises China in speech to United Nations US President says World Trade Organisation needs drastic change EARLIER: Supreme Court makes unanimous judgement that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was “unlawful” Court verdict sends pound spiking, but pare back in afternoon Thomas Cook boss under fire as Andrea Leadsom announces inquiry into travel giant’s collapse 5:03PM Wrap-up: FTSE in the pits as European stocks suffer That’s a wrap! An optimistic mood across European and US equities markets was swiftly wiped away by Donald Trump, whose tough talk on China is meeting a backlash from investors. The FTSE 100’s woes were increased by a stronger pound, but the solid damage done to London’s miners hobbled the blue-chip index from the get-go. Over in the US, mixed feelings have turned to outright negativity, with the Nasdaq now off nearly three quarters of a point. That’s all from me today — I’ll be back tomorrow with the latest news on business, markets and economics. Have a good evening! 4:47PM Corbyn calls for Johnson to resign Speaking at his party’s conference in Brighton, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for Boris Johnson to resign following today’s Supreme Court judgement. Follow live here: Jeremy… Read full this story
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