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The U.K.'s battered pound is trading up in a volatile session after inflation data for September showed a 1.0 percent increase year-on-year.
Wikileaks say that the Ecuadorian embassy in London has cut off Julian Assange's access to use the internet.
The plan still has to be formalized in legislation and voted on in Parliament.
Despite fevered speculation, the vast majority of economists expect an extension for quantitative easing beyond March 2017.
British luxury fashion label Burberry reported a better-than-expected 2 percent rise in retail sales in its second quarter.
Danone Q3 sales hit by regulatory changes and de-stocking of the Mizone water in China.
WikiLeaks said Ecuador isn't allowing its founder to have internet access, deflecting blame from the U.S. or British governments.
Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $38 million to settle U.S. litigation over allegations it illegally conspired with other banks to fix silver prices.
The recent pullback towards 1.10 suggests that bearish pressure is building on the euro-dollar.
Russia accused Britain of political censorship after a British state-owned bank withdrew its services from Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT.
BASF, the world's biggest chemical company, said it now believed two of its employees died on Monday in an explosion and subsequent fire at its site in Ludwigshafen in Germany, where it is headquartered.
Natwest has withdrawn its U.K. banking services from state-run broadcaster Russia Today, according to RT's editor-in-chief.
With a flight time of just 11 hours and 30 minutes, it claims to be the fastest way to get from Singapore to Europe.
EasyJet has made a "multimillion pound" investment into a start-up accelerator and incubator created by the founders of Lastminute.com.
RBS Chairman Howard Davies is concerned that customer trust will be hit on the back of ongoing investigations into alleged misconduct that dates back to the financial crash of 2008.
Britain to see deeper impacts from the Brexit vote over the next six months with rising inflation and falling business investment.
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Theresa May, British prime minister, discusses the future of the U.K.'s trade post-Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May discusses Europe's stance towards Russia's involvement in the Syrian civil war, as well as the U.K.'s post-Brexit stance on trade.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May discusses how the country will be a "fully independent sovereign country" yet have a "mature, cooperative relationship with our European partners."