Switzerland will ban European Union stock exchanges from trading Swiss shares in retaliation for Brussels freezing its bourses out from the EU market. The European Commission refused to grant Swiss stock
Sajid Javid has ordered a rethink of Theresa May’s post-Brexit plans for a £30,000 minimum salary threshold for migrants from the EU and the rest of the world. The Home Secretary announced today that wants
Eldorado Resorts has swooped to acquire the company behind Caesars Palace, one of the most famous venues in Las Vegas, in a $17.3bn (£13.6bn) deal that will create America’s biggest gaming company. Eldorado,
It was the largest battle fought on African soil since the Second World War: a titanic clash a civil war that left swathes of Angola covered in landmines and devastated the country’s once thriving wildlife.
Travellers demand £1,500 to leave rugby club grounds, a similar price of the court order to evict them
A group of travellers allegedly demanded a £1,500 ransom from a Premiership rugby club after setting up a camp in the stadium car park. Two caravans, a motor home and three other vehicles moved onto the
Boris Johnson's girlfriend Carrie Symonds is the driving force behind seemingly staged pictures of the couple holding hands, according to friends of the Tory leadership front runner. Mr Johnson had been
Southampton’s new executive board are looking to offload at least five senior first-team players and are targeting a striker, centre-back and wing-back as part of a summer overhaul of Ralph Hassenhuttl’s
The political earthquake that took place in Istanbul on Sunday – a resounding win for the opposition party, in the re-run vote to elect a mayor of a city that the country's strongman leader, Recep Tayyip
Dr David Mannion (PhD), is an astronomer onboard the £300m Viking Jupiter – the line's newest ocean ship. Mannion – who is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, a teacher, the head of science in
If the traders in Wangige, a grimy market town on the outskirts of Nairobi, were ever surprised to see a pipe-smoking former guards officer striding through their midst, they were too polite to show it.
Iconic Ferrari 250 GTO recognised as work of art in bid to protect world's most valuable classic car
An iconic Ferrari has been recognised by an Italian court as a work of art, in an unprecedented judgment that will protect it from reproductions and imitations. The Ferrari 250 GTO is acclaimed as the
England are not playing well enough to win this World Cup - when will Phil Neville decide his best XI?
The battle smoke drifting over the Stade du Hainaut in Valenciennes obscured a disquieting reality. England are currently not playing well enough to win this World Cup. Now that the Great Rotation has
“It’s been quite a week of music here at Wembley – it’s ‘dinosaur week’,” joked Eagles frontman Don Henley. Indeed it has. Beginning the UK leg of their world tour on Sunday night, Eagles played the stadium
Our current approach could see DFID funds sent directly to the murderous Assad regime Were it not for Brexit and the ongoing leadership debates, the atrocities unfolding in Idlib province would be filling
Manchester United are due to meet with Crystal Palace officials in London on Monday afternoon in the hope of finally securing a deal for the England Under-21 right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka. United are understood
The long and agonising struggle for the leadership of the Conservative Party has now reached its final stage as the grassroots Conservative Party membership prepares to take the final decision between
It is the single biggest issue that has bedevilled the Brexit process - how to retain an ‘invisible’ border in Northern Ireland while leaving the EU’s customs union and single market, but not creating
The three years since the referendum have been poor ones for the UK’s reputation. Whichever way you voted, or whatever you want to happen now, to see a Government negotiate an international agreement to
Daimler will take a hit running into hundreds of millions of euros to deal with allegations that the Mercedes Benz owner manipulated diesel emissions from its cars. The German car giant said the provisions
The price of digital currency Bitcoin soared by more than 10pc over the weekend, surpassing the $10,000 (£8,500) mark for the first time in 18 months. Supposedly buoyed by the unveiling of Facebook’s digital
With each passing day it seems like the only way to keep the human race from succumbing to an ever increasing list of ailments and conditions is to lock everyone up in a cave and live off chia seeds for
Mercedes-Benz V250d Marco Polo Sport Horizon on long-term test: is this the ultimate family all-rounder?
The Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo is simultaneously one of the smartest and one of the stealthiest camper vans you can buy. Kyle Fortune is testing one in Sport Horizon trim, a low-key specification which like
Vets warn of 'MMR moment' for animal health as increasing number of owners refuse to get pets vaccinated
The UK’s leading veterinary body has warned that animal health is facing an “MMR” moment due to increasing numbers of owners refusing to vaccinate their pets. The British Veterinary Association (BVA) says
I have spent the weekend arguing with people on social media about Boris Johnson’s ear-wigging neighbours and the reaction of his opponents – including Nicola Sturgeon – has been staggering. I have made
They have been kicked and elbowed, rugby tackled, shoulder barged, stamped, kneed and even spat at, but England have not flinched, they have not yielded and they have kept coming back for more. Quite the
The prospect of “standing seats” in economy class has moved another inch closer to reality, with the third incarnation of the now-infamous Skyrider being showcased to airline bosses. Italian design firm
The Premier League has promised its coming season will not be blighted by the same long delays caused by video assistant refereeing (VAR) decisions at the Women's World Cup. The Professional Game Match