For long Britain has been labelled as the black sheep of the European Union, the kid that nobody wants to play with. Prime Minister David Cameron’s
The unemployment rate measured by International Labour Organisation declined to 7.7 per cent in the second quarter, the Office for National
The campaign group British Influence has launched a cross-party EU manifesto in London called, “Better off In a Better Europe.” It seeks to set out
The long-term unemployed, elderly and disabled people, women and ethnic minorities – all these people are under-represented among Europe’s
The festive season ended up being a disappointment for Morrisons supermarkets.
Like-for-like sales at the UK’s fourth-biggest grocer fell 2.5% in
British drinks maker Diageo’s bottom line is being helped by the increasing popularity of its alcoholic beverages in emerging countries.
London is preparing to host one of the world’s greatest sporting events. The 2012 Summer Olympics kick off later this month, followed by the