Organisers of an anti-Donald Trump protest group are hoping to gather a million people to demonstrate against the president after details of his “working visit” to the UK were reported. More than 3,800 people have committed to a planned protest against the...
Recall how Brexiteers said this was all going to be easy. The EU would be falling over itself to give Britain everything it wanted. They would prove to the nation that you can have your cake and eat it. There would...
Construction activity picked up slightly in November although confidence among builders remained "subdued" due to Brexit-related uncertainty, according to the latest survey snapshot of the sector. The Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 53.1 in the month, up from 50.8 previously, with any...
It is a puzzle that the Prime Minister is making a second visit to Saudi Arabia. Of course Theresa May will have received a friendly welcome as the leader of the sixth largest economy in the world, which in addition is a permanent...
iPhones around the world have been hit by a bug that saw them restart for apparently no reason. The problem was the latest in a big week for Apple bugs, with another earlier in the week that meant Mac computers could be...
Lloyds Banking Group is to close 49 branches and axe almost 100 jobs in a move that unions have branded as "unnecessary". Branches under the Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Lloyds brands will be affected, resulting in 99 job losses. The lender said...
The Government is planning to reopen railway lines that were closed in the 1960s as part of the Beeching cuts and to split up some of the major franchises. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said on Tuesday said that the plans could help ease...
Barclays chairman John McFarlane has warned that a no-deal Brexit would hit Government coffers, resulting in a "significant" drop in tax revenues from financial services. The banking boss, who is also chairman of financial services lobby group TheCityUK, said an orderly divorce...
Sally Yates, the former acting attorney general, has fired back at Donald Trump for his tweets about the FBI.  The US President began lashing out at his critics days after his former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, plead guilty to lying to...
The UK economy is expected to grow at a sluggish rate over the next couple of years, with economists warning that growth will remain lacklustre amid Brexit-related uncertainty. GDP is forecast to grow at 1.5 per cent in 2018 before dropping to...