From failed military coups, suspicious or otherwise, to political leaders changing, or not in Labour's case, and the economic uncertainty that results from Brexit.
The Conservative MP for Reading West, was an ardent advocate of Britain’s staying with the European Union (EU) and that, on economic grounds.
Finance Minister Taro Aso and Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda are attending the meeting in Chengdu, southwestern China, which comes ahead of a summit of G-20 leaders this fall.
These are clearly very early days post the referendum majority vote in favour of leaving the EU. The implications of that decision will emerge over time as the nature of our separation becomes clearer, and also as our relationships with non-EU states dev
The consequences of the vote are beginning to be felt and we anticipate challenges, surprises and opportunities to emerge as negotiations begin over the details of the UK's separation from its European neighbours.