British fliers have been shunning more politically volatile destinations for trips within Europe, USA Today reports. » Read More
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U.K. businesses will still be forced to comply with rules that punish inappropriate sharing of consumer data, regardless of whether they leave the European Union or not. » Read More
Brexit is facing a growing challenge from lawmakers on both sides of parliament, said Lord Mark Malloch Brown, chair of the Business and Sustainable Development Commission. » Read More
Commenting on Brexit, Professor Jonathan Portes, senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe, takes a look at the key positions and assets that the U.K. and Europe currently have. » Read More
Professor Jonathan Portes, senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe, explains why - in short – Brexit is not settled as of yet, with comment on political uncertainty in the U.K.
Professor Jonathan Portes, senior fellow at UK in a Changing Europe, explains why if the U.K. did crash out of the EU without a trade deal, the consequences would be “pretty disastrous”.
The European Union and the U.K. are far from reaching an agreement on key issues in Brexit talks, as the second round of negotiations comes to an end.
Skanska CEO Johan Karlström comments on its involvement in recent projects, with comment on Brexit and business in the U.K.
Citigroup is seeking to reduce its dependence on London by opening a second trading hub in Frankfurt, the NYT reports.
The two-decades-long relationship between President Trump and Germany's Deutsche Bank is coming under scrutiny.
Dr. Fares Haddad, orthopedic surgeon, is the first surgeon in the United Kingdom to use robots in surgery and discusses the future of robots in medicine.
For the first time, Britain's publicly funded BBC has revealed the salaries of its top paid stars in a move to become more transparent with taxpayers.
The Bank of England's governor has unveiled a new 10-pound note featuring Jane Austen at one of England's grandest cathedrals.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has told ministers to show “strength and unity”, and to keep details of their discussions private, after reports over the weekend suggested divides over Brexit.
The U.K. has fallen out of favor as an emigration destination for China’s wealthy, according to a new report which pips Canada in front.
Focusing on economic policy and improving the lives of those in the U.K.'s forgotten-about provincial towns is crucial for UKIP.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says the issue of citizens' rights will be a thorny one as EU negotiators can play hardball.
Accessing online sexual imagery online in the UK will soon mean proving your age and that probably means a credit card.
Overseas landlords are moving out of the U.K. property market in search of pastures greener, according to new research which suggests the number of international investors who own property in the U.K. has fallen to a new low.
The firms who will build the first phase of England's new high-speed rail line have been announced.