Nigel Farage, the politician who probably did more than anyone else to force Britain’s referendum on membership of the European Union, joined protesters at the start of a 270-mile march over what they call a betrayal of the Brexit vote.
MPs votes to prevent Britain from leaving the EU unless a Brexit deal is agreed.
Britain said it would eliminate import tariffs on a wide range of goods.
Britain needs to overhaul its competition rules to tackle the dominance of tech giants.
Great Britain’s team for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is on course to contain more women than men for the first time, chief de mission Mark England has told the BBC.
Over 275 financial firms are moving a combined $1.2 trillion in assets from Britain.
Britain’s government is still hopeful it can secure a Brexit breakthrough with the EU.
The EU is seeking to forge a more defensive strategy towards China.
Britain’s Marks and Spencer and Ocado launch an online food joint venture.
With only 32 days until Britain is due to leave the EU, the parliament is deeply split.
Britain to lunch AI Masters level courses.
May to speak to every EU leader to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement.
Britain’s economy slowed sharply in late 2018, the weakest in six years.
Nissan scraps plans to build its new X-Trail SUV in Britain.
Britain would permanently regret leaving the EU without a deal, says business minister.
Sanofi has nearly completed its preparations for Britain’s planned exit from the EU.
Queen Elizabeth urges lawmakers to seek common ground over Brexit.
Some voters in an ancient English town have a message for the politicians in London.
Stonewall says Pinsent Masons had introduced “a range of inclusive policies for LGBT”
Laos is granted US$4.5 million for its unexploded ordnance clearance operations.
Murray criticises Britain’s Lawn Tennis Association for failing to build on his success and grow the game over the last decade.
Egypt receives a relief carved with the cartouche of King Amenhotep I from London.
Britain’s government sends a convoy of 87 trucks on a test-run.
Britain will begin rehearsals for the possible chaos of a no-deal Brexit today.
The Philippines has downplayed the travel alert reissued by Britain which warned its citizens against possible terror attacks.
Britain’s transport minister defends a contract with a new company that owns no ships.
Britain appointed its first food waste chief reduce the millions of tonnes of food binned.
France’s Vinci is paying about 2.9 billion pounds for a majority stake in Gatwick.
If France does indeed descend into uncertainty or even chaos, things look bleak for the EU, at a time when two other main European powers – Britain and Germany – are engaged in fighting their own internal and inner demons.
China hopes Britain’s exit from the EU can happen in an orderly way and that the bloc will reduce hurdles to Chinese investment.