A British man was sentenced to life in prison on Friday over a plot to kill Prime Minister Theresa May by first detonating an explosive device to get into her Downing Street… Read More
Britain’s competition watchdog said on Friday it would take ticket reseller Viagogo to court after the company failed to make changes to business practices that broke consumer law.
Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Friday it had launched legal action against online ticket reseller Viagogo after the firm failed to offer to make changes following a CMA investigation… Read More
The opening of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project, London’s new Crossrail train line, has been delayed by about nine months because the 15 billion pound ($19 billion) scheme requires more time for testing… Read More
Fishing industry officials from France and Britain will try to strike a new deal on dredging for scallops next week following violent skirmishes in the Channel, authorities said on Friday.
The opening of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project, London’s new Crossrail train line, has been delayed by about nine months because the 15 billion pound scheme requires more time for testing to be… Read More
The main runway at London’s Gatwick Airport was briefly closed on Friday but has reopened, a spokesman for the airport said.
British consumers appear little fazed by the possibility of a no-deal Brexit, but businesses have turned more worried, surveys showed on Friday.
Egypt’s tourism minister said on Thursday authorities would test food and hygiene at a hotel where a British couple stayed before dying last week, and that a forensic team would complete their… Read More
One of the longest-serving lawmakers in Britain’s opposition Labour Party has attacked its leadership for becoming “a force for anti-Semitism” and said he will no longer vote with the party in parliament.
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