U.K. prime minister, David Cameron, says the U.K. is “on the brink of something special” as many sectors continue to excel; however, there are more stepping stones ahead.
The home secretary bolstered her credentials as the rightwing candidate in any future leadership contest, the Financial Times reports.
Jacqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers, explains why she puts her support in the Conservative government, and how the UK party will help businesses and the working class.
John Cridland, director-general of CBI, welcomes U.K. Chancellor George Osborne's plans for a National Infrastructure Committee.
Jim Mellon, founder of Charlemagne Capital, predicts a euro zone implosion in the next 10 years and shares his thoughts on where to invest in the next few years.
The High Court will decide whether Uber's app can be legally classed as a "taximeter", which is permitted in black cabs only, the FT reports.
Michael Fallon, U.K. defense secretary, says progress is being made in Iraq and ISIL is being pushed back.
Alistair Elliott, chairman of Knight Frank, says governments need to be involved to provide more social, affordable housing.
Ewen Cameron Watt, chief investment strategist at BlackRock Investment Institute, comments on the Rolls-Royce announcement that it will continue to transform its marine business.
Pawel Swidlicki, policy analyst for Open Europe, says 203 Conservative MPs in the U.K. have not decided whether or not to stay in the EU.
Chinese outbound tourism and outbound investment trends are highly correlated, says Henry Chin, head of research for Asia-Pacific at CBRE Asia-Pacific. The top investment destinations include the U.K. and the U.S.
David Tinsley, UK and European economist at UBS, discusses the future for the Bank of England and when it could raise rates.
British tech entrepreneur Mike Lynch says he will file a claim for $150 million in damages over allegations the U.S company made.
Sandy Jadeja, chief market strategist at SignalPro, says the FTSE share index is weighed down by some sectors and stocks and it will be a challenge to stay above 6,000.
The minister overseeing the telecom sector has poured cold water on the idea of separating BT from its broadband network, the FT reports.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron said his administration would not make reparations for the country's role in the Caribbean slave trade.
Bruno Monteyne, senior European food retail analyst at Bernstein, says the food retail sector has changed significantly and talks about the Q2 results reported by the British supermarket chain.
John Mills, chairman at JML and Labour donor, outlines how Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, will try and rebuild the fractured party.
Labour MP and Shadow Education Secretary Lucy Powell, says it’s important the party comes together under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
Labour politician, Alan Johnson, discusses why he's heading the party's campaign to the keep the U.K. in the European Union.