Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair criticized "prejudice and poison" as his Labour Party dealt with claims of anti-Semitism.
Tony Blair, former Prime Minster of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills on topics such as the Labour Party, the upcoming 'Brexit' vote and his view on the European Union.
Alton Towers’ new “Galactica” VR ride halted temporarily on Monday, less than 12 months after a serious roller coaster crash happened at the park.
Today, train delays are rising, and even a hiccup like a sick passenger or a signal malfunction can inundate stations with passengers.
The Leicester City soccer club was crowned the champion of the English Premier League Monday.
Warren Buffett explains why he hopes the U.K. stays in the European Union.
The BOE is readying contingency plans in case Britain votes to leave the European Union.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article written by Robert Samuelson in the Washington Post about Economic hardships the UK would suffer if it left the European Union.
The BOE will hold additional sterling auctions to ensure the banking system has sufficient funds to operate, the Financial Times reports.
Switzerland opened a probe of RBS related to alleged corruption at Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, sources said. The Financial Times reports.
The U.K. is not be the only one mulling its future in the European Union. Denmark and the Czech Republic may face their own referendums on membership.
A British medical group say electronic cigarettes can help 'prevent almost all the harm from smoking.'
Iwan Roberts, former-Leicester City player, explains the significance of his old team being close to winning the U.K. football Premier League.
Gildas Surry, senior analyst at Axiom Alternative Investments, talks about why an investor would consider buying RBS stocks.
Investors should stop the doom and gloom, says Debra Silversmith. Election year markets generally go higher.
Smokers looking to quit tobacco should switch to e-cigarettes, despite the product's controversy, a U.K. medical body has advised.
The company's new machine is expected to be quieter than traditional hair dryers and protect hair from extreme heat damage.
Increasing sales of new products and growing demand for vaccines and consumer healthcare goods helped lift GlaxoSmithKline's sales figures 8 percent.
The Church publishes a prayer on its website to be used by churches and individuals ahead of the vote on June 23.
Quitting the European Union would be a “tax” on the U.K. economy, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development warned on Wednesday.