The mayor of London Sadiq Khan rejected plans to build a 300-metre skyscraper in the City of London that had been dubbed 'the Tulip' for not being “good enough”.
The UK government must have a strategy in place to deal with the industrial changes that will follow-on from automation and the emerging green economy, said the TUC on Monday.
Donald Trump has allegedly told aides and close allies that he was contemplating removing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross after he backed down from adding a contentious question on citizenship to the 2020 census, according to NBC News.
A top White House official said at the end of the week that the trade talks between Washington and Beijing had entered a "quiet period" and not to believe reports in either country's press, dismissing them both as "garbage".
Iran demanded the UK release an oil tanker seized in Gibraltar last week and warned Britain was playing a “dangerous game” as the Royal Navy prepared to send a second warship to the region.
Bank Rate might be headed towards zero in case of a no-deal Brexit, a top Bank of England official said at the end of the week.
Conservative leadership favourite Boris Johnson was accused of throwing Britain's ambassador to Washington “under the bus” over a leak of official communication to London.
Tensions in the Gulf were heightened after the UK claimed three Iranian boats “attempted to impede” a BP-owned British oil tanker in the strait of Hormuz on Wednesday.
New homebuyer interest rose across the UK in June for the first time since November 2016, as a more stable trend began to emerge in the UK housing market.
Jefferies has reiterated its ‘buy’ recommendation on Boeing, despite a slump in second-quarter deliveries that left rival Airbus poised to overtake the US company as the world’s biggest plane manufacturer.
Sir Kim Darroch, the British ambassador to the US, has resigned, the Foreign Office confirmed on Wednesday.
The UK economy grew in May, reversing earlier declines, as previously stalled car production started to pick up, official figures showed on Wednesday.
The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities have requested Interpol help track down a 3,000 year-old sculpture of pharaoh Tutankhamun that was sold last week in the UK.
Ireland is set to agree for the first time to the need to set up checks at the border with Northern Ireland under a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Talks aimed at ending the trade war between China and the US are set to resume as early as this week.
Drax Group: Credit Suisse upgrades to neutral with a target price of 295p.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on the next Tory leader “to have the confidence” to put the Brexit outcome back in the hands of the people in a second referendum and says Labour will campaign to remain in the European Union.
A group of business experts appointed by the UK government to look for alternatives to the “backstop arrangement” for the Northern Irish border have clashed with Westminster over the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Nintendo is to move part of the production of its bestselling Switch gaming console away from China, it emerged on Tuesday.
The row between the UK and US over leaked diplomatic cables describing Donald Trump as “inept” escalated overnight as the president said he would not work with British ambassador Kim Darroch.