The UK is poorer than it would have been, partly due to the war in Ukraine, but also the pandemic, Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove has admitted.
OBR chairman Richard Hughes said the effect of Brexit on the economy is on the ‘magnitude’ of the coronavirus pandemic and rising energy prices.
The US and Canada have reached a deal to reject asylum seekers at unofficial border crossings, officials say.
China will extend some preferential tax policies and continue to implement zero tariffs on coal imports until the end of this year, state media CCTV reported on Friday, citing a cabinet meeting chaired by Premier Li Qiang on the same day...
The rise of Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, who got his start renting out air mattresses on his floor and is now worth almost $10 billion
Chesky, Airbnb's 41-year-old cofounder, had an unconventional path to Silicon Valley. He just led the travel giant to its first profitable year.
Brazil’s president will seek to boost trade ties and secure greater Chinese investments during his visit to China next week.
"The claim that the accord will cede power to WHO is quite simply false. It's fake news. Countries will decide what the accord says," WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a press conference.
Evergreen said that the bonuses will be distributed according to the individual performance of workers.
Matriarchs are often seen leading protests on the Caribbean island beset by widespread discontent and economic hardships.
Global cocaine production has reached record levels as demand rebounds following Covid lockdowns, a new report has found.
Why once 'unthinkable' UBS-Credit Suisse takeover is like merging Liverpool and Manchester United and a win-win
How Credit Suisse emerged from the financial crisis - via a private sector solution compared to UBS's taxpayer bailout - may have created a sense of hubris that ultimately led to its downfall, Sky's Ian King writes. But the deal to combi...
The commercial space satellite company set up by Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group is working with Alvarez & Marsal and Ducera as it seeks emergency funding.
US maternal mortality rate surged in 2021, the second year of Covid-19 pandemic, with Black women more than twice as likely to die than white women.
The WHO voiced confidence that it will be able to declare an end to the emergency some time in 2023, saying it was increasingly hopeful about the pandemic phase of the virus coming to a close.
Formula One announced Wednesday it has signed a four-year contract extension to keep the Austrian Grand Prix on the calendar until 2027.
The Covid-19 pandemic could settle down this year to a point where it poses a threat similar to flu, the World Health Organization said Friday.
Switzerland-based global bank Credit Suisse AG said it would borrow 50 billion Swiss francs (€50.7 billion, $54 billion) from the country's central bank on Thursday, in a move meant to strengthen its liquidity and deposit reserves.
Four Americans were kidnapped by a drug cartel, and two of them were murdered, when they visited the town of Matamoros, Mexico. So why would the cartel apologise for the incident and hand over its own gunmen to the police?
As the boss of three health start-ups in three decades, Bill Hunter considered many risks in his career. His corporate bank going bust was not among them.
Swiss regulators pledged a liquidity lifeline to Credit Suisse (CSGN.S) in an unprecedented move by a central bank after the flagship Swiss lender's shares tumbled as much as 30% on Wednesday.
Jiang Yanyong angered authorities when he informed foreign media of China's attempts to downplay the outbreak of the SARS, revealing the existence of hundreds of previously hidden cases.
Rishi Sunak and his family were filmed walking Nova the Labrador in central London's Hyde Park, where signs clearly state that all dogs must be kept on leads to avoid worrying the wildlife.
China is to resume issuing visas to foreign tourists for the first time since the Covid pandemic broke out three years ago.
Indonesian island Bali is planning to ban foreign tourists from using motorbikes after a spate of cases involving people breaking traffic laws.