London will host the ninth World Islamic Economic Forum in October, the first time that the event will be held outside of a Muslim country, as the British capital looks to become a global hub for Sharia
Almost nine in 10 children as young as eight are aware their parents have money worries, new research has warned. Children as young as eight are shouldering their parents' money worries, research has Almost
Oxford is to launch its own currency to be known as the Oxford Pound. Worth the same as a sterling pound, it will only be accepted in local shops that are taking part in the scheme which follows in the
US businesses hired a better-than-expected 195,000 in June but the unemployment rate stayed at 7.6pc. Here's how economists reacted. Craig Dismuke, Vining Sparks Overall this is an encouraging report.
When Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke set out a timetable for tapering and then ending QE, the general assumption was that he had spoken prematurely. By apparently saying too much, he set off a monetary
This week's winner When in Cornwall How refreshing to read a realistic article regarding holidays in Cornwall (“My Cornwall”, June 15), which did not focus on the chichi hotels and restaurants, especially
FAQ: Can you advise me on the best rail pass to buy for a rail journey through Europe? Will it also cover travel in the UK? Sophie Butler replies Rail travel in Europe can be much more than just a return
A job interview is a two-way street. The employer asks questions to determine if the interviewee is an ideal fit for the job, and the smart candidate uses the interview to assess how she would fit in,