US President Donald Trump is set to put the interests of American corporations first and demand that the NHS pay higher prices for American drugs as part of a trade deal with Britain.
US Democrats' attempt to impeach their president suffered a blow on Thursday after a key Republican senator said he would not support that call.
The Russian government has ordered the closure of its land border with China in an attempt to avoid contagion from the outbreak of a new coronavirus in the Asian giant.
The minority ethnic pensioners are around 24% or £3,350 a year worse off than their white counterparts in the UK and there is an even greater divide for women.
Alan Dershowitz, Donald Trump’s lawyer said on Wednesday that the US President cannot do anything to be re-elected that is impeachable.
The Bank of England's monetary policy committee voted 7-2 to keep interest rates unchanged in a closely watched decision with the UK on the brink of leaving the European Union.
Carnival shares fell after one of the cruise operator's ships was put in lockdown while being investigated for potential cases of coronavirus.
Northern Rail is to be brought under government control, the transport secretary confirmed on Wednesday.
Gig economy workers risk being trapped in a precarious existence, forced to devote more time to working for platforms such as Uber and Deliveroo in order to remain financially stable.
The European Union is designing a plan to judge telecoms equipment suppliers that could pose a security threat and exclude them from the critical parts of the bloc's 5G network.
M&G Investments' stricken property fund will remain suspended as it continues selling off assets to boost cash levels.
The BBC is expected to announce hundreds of redundancies as it overhauls its news reporting.
The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said late on Monday the bloc would “never, never, never” compromise the integrity of the single market in the upcoming trade negotiations with the UK.
A group of Iranian lawmakers on Tuesday asked parliament to debate a motion for Iran to quit a nuclear treaty governing global nuclear arms control aimed at putting pressure on European powers to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal.
Perhaps the world's most influential debt ratings agency raised the outlook on Rolls Royce's long-term debt, forecasting a significant improvement in the engine maker's profits and cash flows over the next two years.
China's president Xi Jinping has pledged to beat the "devil" coronavirus as Hong Kong restricted rail and transport travel to and from the mainland and fears intensified over the disease's economic impact.
The European Union's new industrial strategy will give greater importance to hydrogen fuel for use in industry and recycling.
The government has approved a limited role for Huawei in the rollout of the UK’s 5G network, overruling opposition from Washington and a number of senior Conservative MPs.
The Trump administration is considering adding several African countries to a US travel ban list, including Africa’s top tech hub, Nigeria.
The British government's security council was meeting on Tuesday to decide whether it will allow Chinese telecoms firm Huawei to help build the UK's 5G network.