Tense post-Brexit relations between Britain and the European Union face further strain on Wednesday, when the UK calls for major changes to trade rules agreed on by both sides. Continue Reading
The bill to repair London’s iconic Big Ben clock tower has increased by millions of pounds after the discovery of World War II bomb damage, pollution and asbestos, Britain’s parliament said on Thursday. Continue Reading
Britain will not lament the death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, though he warned that reprisals would lead to greater violence. Continue Reading
Russia and China used their vetoes to block a UN Security Council resolution that would have extended for a year cross-border humanitarian aid to four million Syrians.
Britain’s new political landscape began to take shape Monday as triumphant Prime Minister Boris Johnson talked trade with President Donald Trump and readied a pep talk for his new Conservative Party lawmakers.
Tata Motors is looking for partnerships to lessen the financial burden, said chairman N Chandrasekaran, projecting the effects the company has faced by the continuing volume slowdown and mounting losses at its British arm, JLR. Continue Reading
Russia Friday rejected an appeal from London to “change its behaviour” in order to mend relations that have been stung by the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. Continue Reading