Brussels - The British government's attitude towards impending talks to leave the European Union suggests that Britain's exit will not be smooth and orderly, the head of the group of euro zone finance ministers said on Tuesday. Businesses,...Show More Summary
London - Britain moved forward with its planned sugar tax on Monday, publishing draft legislation confirming a two-band levy for sugar-added soft drinks aimed at fighting obesity. The tax, announced in March, is due to come into force...Show More Summary
Political stability is important to the world's richest people, which means it's an interesting time to be a wealthy European. As Britain pushes on with Brexit, Italy sees its liberal prime minister resign, and France flirts with the...Show More Summary
Helen Marten has been named winner of the Turner Prize 2016. The 31-year-old artist from Macclesfield was awarded the £25,000 prize at a ceremony held at the Tate Britain gallery in London on Monday night. The Turner Prize jury saidShow More Summary
LONDON — Bank of England Governor Mark Carney thinks Britain is facing "the first lost decade since the 1860s" when "Karl Marx was scribbling in the British Library." Carney said in a speech on Monday in Liverpool that stagnant wageShow More Summary
Submitted by Brian Cloughley via Strategic-Culture.org, Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States are the world’s five «nuclear weapons states», a description officially recognised in the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT),...Show More Summary
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A senior British cabinet minister sought on Tuesday to assuage concerns in China about market access in the wake of the Brexit vote, pointing to Hong Kong's success as a trading hub as proof of Britain's commitment to keeping its doors open to global business.
PM says cooperation will focus on terror group funding while claiming she will raise human rights concerns on Bahrain visit Britain is to step up its security cooperation with Gulf countries with a focus on the movement of funds to terrorist...Show More Summary
Rebekah Vardy gives out to Piers Morgan By James Tuesday, December 6th, 2016 00:22 Vardy hits out Rebekah Vardy told Piers Morgan off for referring to her as a WAG on Good Morning Britain. Married to Leicester City player Jamie Vardy, she said that it was a derogatory term towards players’ partners. She tried to […]
The Mini is one of Britain’s most famous design icons. Here are ten interesting facts and figures you might not know about the classic car. 1. The Classic Mini was one of the most popular cars every produced, and a total of about...Show More Summary
Theresa May says a strong EU and a good relationship with it is in UK interest, as she travels to Bahrain for Gulf bilateral talks Britain is seeking an “ambitious” new Brexit trade deal to benefit both the UK and European countries, rather than mimicking terms of its current arrangement, Theresa May has said. Show More Summary
The last big show of the year in Britain should offer something for everyone. If you like seeing heavyweights hammer away at each other, Saturday's bill in Manchester, England, is perfect for you. Anthony Joshua defends his IBF heavyweight...Show More Summary
London fog gets all of the good press and prestigious trench coat endorsements but there’s some strange things happening with the mist over the rest of Great Britain. Last month there was a rare white rainbow or fogbow over Scotland. Now a weather watcher in Wales has...
A report on integration by Dame Louise Casey, released in Britain Monday, told us something we already know: Integration is a problem in the U.K. The report says it wants to stimulate a “national conversation” about integration. But most of the talk today is not about integration, but about immigration. Show More Summary
Next Cold War Roundup 12/4/16 US, Britain and France try to force ceasefire in East Aleppo, 60% of which has been recaptured. Russia refuses until rebels and jihadis leave. US is being sidelined as Turkey holds talks with rebels andShow More Summary
By Rachel Morison (Bloomberg) — Autumn storms often do damage to Britain’s electricity networks as falling trees bring down local power cables. Angus, a November 20 gale that brought gusts of more than 80 miles an hour, flooding and localized power cuts, had a more dramatic impact than most. Show More Summary