Some couples are paying more for a beer than a meal for two at the World Cup.
The number of Hong Kong residents applying for a path to UK citizenship fell 44 percent in the third quarter, showing that demand for the program is waning almost two years after it was created in response to China’s crackdown on dissent.
The Hong Kong-listed healthcare company, a unit of CK Hutchison Group, and XtalPi aim to use an AI platform to discover and design preclinical tumour vaccine candidates.
Rishi Sunak has asked for the investigation into alleged bullying by Dominic Raab to be expanded to include a third formal complaint.
Earlier this week, Mr Lynch insisted he's "not the Grinch" as he announced four 48-hour strikes over Christmas and New Year, saying that there had been no improved offer on jobs, pay and conditions.
Boris Johnson almost served in Liz Truss’s Cabinet as foreign secretary, according to a new book. Ex-PMs reportedly discussed front-bench role focused on dealing with the war in Ukraine
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has admitted the UK government has failed to control its borders, blaming migrants and people smugglers for chaos at Kent's Manston processing centre.
While Sunak’s government tries to hose down report it’s after closer ties, the EU has yet to be presented with anything concrete.
This leaves Rishi Sunak -- who has a working majority of 69 -- facing defeat if Labour and other opposition parties backed the rebels.
Ex-minister Owen Paterson is taking the UK government to the European Court of Human Rights over a standards watchdog verdict that he broke lobbying rules.
The Conservatives’ popularity has crashed to its lowest point in 15 years as it battles a major lack of trust over its management of the economy, a new poll reveals.
The British government said it has no plans to move to a Swiss-style relationship with the European Union after some of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's eurosceptic lawmakers warned him against pursuing a closer alignment with the trading bloc.
The former Prime Minister is said to have been critical of China during a speech to guests at the five-star Fullerton Bay hotel in Singapore
Two very gloomy stories caught my eye this week. They invite the same question. After 12 years of Conservative government, what on earth has it all been for?
Some lawmakers in Britain's governing Conservatives questioned on Friday whether their traditionally pro-low tax, small state party had moved too far to the left with a fiscal programme they said would punish their traditional voters.
British finance minister Jeremy Hunt challenged critics within the Conservative Party who are unhappy with his plan for higher taxes, saying on Friday that his new budget was needed to tackle inflation now running at a four-decade high.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies warned that the biggest drop in living standards will ‘hit everyone’ but that ‘Middle England is set for a shock’.