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Chancellor Hammond closes in on budget goal

By William Schomberg and Alistair Smout | LONDON LONDON Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond appears to be on track to meet his target for improving the country's weak public finances this year, potentially...

MP Leadsom seeks big changes to farm policy post-Brexit

By Nigel Hunt | BIRMINGHAM, England BIRMINGHAM, England Britain's farm policy is set for a major shake-up when the country leaves the European Union because the current system is poor value for money, has...

By William Schomberg and Alistair Smout | LONDON Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip...

By Elisabeth O'Leary | EDINBURGH EDINBURGH The Secretary of State for Scotland will tell the Scottish parliament on Wednesday that Scotland is leaving the EU whether or not it becomes independent. The comments by David...

UK defends Trump state visit offer despite protest

By William James and Alistair Smout | LONDON LONDON The British government on Monday defended its decision to offer U.S. President Donald Trump a lavish state visit and an audience with the queen this...

British heterosexual couple lose bid to have civil partnership instead of marriage

A heterosexual British couple who object to what they call the patriarchal nature of marriage narrowly lost a court bid on Tuesday to be able to enter into a civil partnership after judges upheld...

BoE’s Haldane says market rate hike expectations could hurt economy

Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane said on Tuesday that a sharp increase in market expectations for an interest rate hike could tighten credit conditions and harm the economy. Haldane said he was comfortable...

Britons say economy their top concern, overtaking immigration – poll

Britons are now more concerned about the economy than they are about terrorism or immigration, a survey showed on Tuesday, another sign that consumers are feeling increasingly worried about Britain's decision to leave the...

Flexible system needed make UK renewables cost-effective – report

LONDON Britain needs a more flexible electricity system if it is to make intermittent renewable sources as wind and solar cost-effective, an independent research report said on Tuesday, as the government tries to hit...

Why Pakistan not taking Indian Bombings of Samjohta Express at UN

By Dr Shahid Qureshi:- On 18th February 2017, (yesterday) it was 10th anniversary of the tragic train bombing incident (Samjohta Express train running between India and Pakistan) by the serving Indian army officer Colonel Prohit...

Bhutto’s Terrorism and Support of Taliban

By Dr Shahid Qureshi : - Benazir Bhutto sings democracy but supported Taliban. She is termed as ‘queen of corruption’ in the media and her brother Murtaza Bhutto a ‘Terrorist Prince’. Famous journalist Anthony Davis...