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Politics David Cameron

  • LONDON, Oct 9- Britain said it would not make companies list or name their foreign workers after an outcry from business groups and opposition politicians who said any proposal to "name and shame" employers would be divisive and discriminatory. Interior minister Amber Rudd said on Tuesday she would consider whether it should be harder for British companies to...

  • *May to choose between expansion at Heathrow, Gatwick. May will either support plans for a new runway west of London at Heathrow, the busiest airport in both Britain and Europe, or at Gatwick to the south. At $22 billion, Heathrow would be the more expensive project and face legal challenges over its environmental impact on densely populated west London.

  • LONDON, Oct 7- For Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain's vote to leave the European Union is a demand for the biggest change in at least a generation in the way the United Kingdom is run. This week May cast the Brexit vote as a "quiet revolution" that exposes the failings of modern Britain in a way that can no longer be ignored by a leader who looks to Margaret Thatcher,...

  • LONDON, Oct 6- For Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain's vote to leave the European Union is a demand for the biggest change in at least a generation in the way the United Kingdom is run. This week May cast the Brexit vote as a "quiet revolution" that exposes the failings of modern Britain in a way that can no longer be ignored by a leader who looks to Margaret Thatcher,...

  • Oct 5- Yields on $1.548 billion of Harvard University revenue bonds fell mostly by 2 to 3 basis points when the debt was repriced on Wednesday. "Harvard is issuing $2.5 billion of bonds to refinance existing debt to take advantage of the current low interest rate environment," university spokesman David Cameron said in an email. Harvard plans to sell about $1...

  • LONDON, Sept 29- A $24- billion deal to build Britain's first new nuclear power station in decades was signed behind closed doors in London on Thursday in a private ceremony that underlined Prime Minister Theresa May's cautious approach to the Franco-Chinese project. Journalists were not invited to the event but the government said the contract had been...

  • *Greek ship owners leaving London over expected non-dom changes. LONDON, Sept 27- The crisis in global shipping and a tax exodus by big Greek vessel owners have helped finally seal the fate of London's Baltic Exchange after at least three approaches to buy it over the last six years of its near-three centuries history. "For Baltic shareholders it does release...

  • LONDON, Sept 23- Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O'Neill resigned from Britain's finance ministry on Friday after he reportedly clashed with new Prime Minister Theresa May over Chinese investment in the country. One of the areas that Manchester- born O'Neill worked on was the Northern Powerhouse project to improve infrastructure in northern...

  • LONDON, Sept 23- High-profile British Treasury Minister Jim O'Neill, a former Goldman Sachs chief economist, has resigned from his role at the country's finance ministry, the government said on Friday. The Financial Times reported in July that O'Neill could quit his post over new Prime Minister Theresa May's approach to Chinese investment which appeared less...

  • *UK ends weeks of uncertainty, smoothes Chinese, French ties. *Project offers insight into how UK could operate post-Brexit. LONDON, Sept 15- Britain gave the go-ahead for a $24 billion nuclear power plant on Thursday, ending weeks of uncertainty that had strained ties with China, which will help pay for it, and France, which will build it.

  • LONDON, Sept 15- Britain gave the go-ahead for a $24 billion nuclear power plant on Thursday, ending weeks of uncertainty that strained ties with China and France but also signalling a more cautious approach to foreign investment in critical infrastructure projects. Prime Minister Theresa May's government said it would proceed with the Hinkley Point C...

  • *Britain will be able to block sale of EDF's controlling stake. LONDON, Sept 15- Britain gave the go-ahead on Thursday for a $24 billion nuclear power plant, ending weeks of uncertainty that strained ties with China and France but also signalling a more cautious approach to foreign investment in critical infrastructure projects. The government of new Prime...

  • *Britain will be able to block sale of EDF's controlling stake. LONDON, Sept 15- Britain gave the go-ahead on Thursday for a $24 billion nuclear power plant, ending weeks of uncertainty that strained ties with China and France but also signaling a more cautious approach to foreign investment in critical infrastructure projects. The government of new Prime...

  • LONDON, Sept 15- Britain gave the go ahead on Thursday for a $24 billion nuclear power plant, ending weeks of uncertainty that strained ties with China and France and put a question mark over Prime Minister Theresa May's investment policy. In a statement, May's government said it had decided to proceed with the Hinkley Point C project in southwest England after a...

  • LONDON/ PARIS, Sept 14- Theresa May could announce as soon as Thursday whether Britain will go ahead with a $24 billion nuclear power project, laying down a marker on energy policy and her approach to investment from China. Hours before a deal was due to be signed in July, the new prime minister stunned investors by putting it on hold. May said she needed time to assess...

  • STRASBOURG, Sept 14- Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Union's chief executive, had his annual moment in the spotlight on Wednesday, but his predecessor has cast an unwelcome if unmentioned shadow on his State of the Union address. Just as Juncker was telling Europeans the British vote to quit the bloc must not mean the end of an EU seen by critics as out of touch...

  • LONDON, Sept 14- The BBC is to get a new boss after British Prime Minister Theresa May chose not to make her predecessor David Cameron's nominee an automatic pick for the role, the latest of several breaks with his legacy. Announced in May, the government's BBC reforms stopped short of the heavy-handed intervention that some stars and programme-makers had feared,...

  • Fitch Ratings painted a gloomy picture of the U.K.'s economic prospects, warning that the government was poorly prepared for quitting the EU.

  • *Number and value of UK M&A deals falls after Brexit vote. *Softbank-ARM deal boosts overall value of UK target M&A. *Goldman, Lazard, UBS top UK M&A deal table.

  • *Number and value of UK M&A deals falls after Brexit vote. *Softbank-ARM deal boosts overall value of UK target M&A. *Goldman, Lazard, UBS top UK M&A deal table.