LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s December election “blew away” the argument for a second Brexit referendum and the country must move on from its divide over whether or not to leave the European Union, the
LONDON — After Britain’s Labour Party suffered its worst defeat since 1935 in last month’s election, a chorus of critics faulted the party for losing touch with its working-class roots in the industrial
Boris Johnson’s EU withdrawal agreement bill has been published, with protections on workers’ rights, unaccompanied refugee children and parliament’s say over the future relationship stripped out. MPs
‘Extreme inequality is the story of Ferraris and food banks,’ says the Equality Trust The UK’s six richest people control as much wealth as the poorest 13 million, according to research into the gaping
List includes hernia repair surgery and blood tests to detect prostate cancer Millions of patients will be stopped from having an X-ray on their sore back, hernia repair surgery or scan of their knee detect
Covent Garden chef invites Centrepoint to his restaurant to train homeless people to be chefs, as he says people on their
A Michelin-starred chef has invited Centrepoint to his Covent Garden restaurant to help train the homeless to be chefs as he argues people who are given a second chance are often more loyal and work harder.