Brexit secretary David Davis tried to reassure UK citizens and the rest of Europe in a speech in Vienna on Tuesday that the UK will not be “plunged into a Mad Max-style dystopian fiction” after leaving the European Union.
The European Parliament wants the EU to soften its stance on Brexit and negotiate an agreement that would give the UK special access to the single market, according to a report.
Thor Mining announced on Tuesday that it plans to accelerate development of its Nevada-based tungsten mining project after the commodity was deemed "critical" by a US government agency.
The European Central Bank halted payments by ABLV, one of Latvia's biggest banks, on Monday, amid accusations from the United States Treasury that the lender had been involved in money laundering and unauthorised transactions with the heavily sanctioned nation of North Korea.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned the US not to meddle in the Syrian conflict, accusing the Trump administration of trying to undermine the Arab Republic’s territorial integrity and of supporting the autonomy-seeking Kurds in order to further its own interests.
Companies running contracts under the controversial private finance initiative should be forced to pay a windfall tax, trades unions and MPs said on Monday.
Theresa May plans to review the cost of tuition fees for 2019 as part of the Government’s 'value for money' initiative for British students after coming under pressure from the Labour party.
British businesses were facing growing difficulties recruiting staff as immigration levels dropped, the head of the British Chambers of Commerce said on Friday.
Britain should try to strike a deal on a partial customs union with the European Union once it leaves the bloc in March 2019, the Institute of Directors said.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority on Friday refused to publish its report into Royal Bank of Scotland's treatment of small businesses after the 2008 economic crisis, but handed over a copy to parliament's Treasury committee as requested on Thursday.
Steve Bannon, former strategy chief of President Donald Trump, has been questioned several times this week as part of the investigation into possible Russian intervention in the 2016 elections.
Former British Steel workers were "bamboozled" into shifting their pensions into investments with punitive fees by "dubious" and "parasitical" financial advisers, a parliamentary committee said on Thursday.
One in four British exporters had yet to review their post-Brexit trading strategy, according to the latest Business in Britain report from Lloyds Bank, an improvement of 23% on a similar survey carried out by the bank six months earlier.
Italy's election early next month is unlikely to result in an 'Italexit' from the European Union, said Berenberg on Thursday, but is likely to see former leader Silvio Berlusconi emerge as a kingmaker and could still result in the country holding referendum on its membership of the euro and reverse recent labour reforms.
Jacob Zuma has announced his decision to step down as South Africa's president after his party reportedly threatened him with a no-confidence vote for as soon as Thursday.
President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, said accusations that he was looking to create a so-called European "superstate" were "total nonsense", and stated that many Britons had unfairly labelled him as a "stupid, stubborn federalist".
Remington is preparing to file for bankruptcy after reaching an agreement transferring the ownership of the 200-year-old company to its lenders.
A rerun of the Brexit referendum would cause another year of feuding and turmoil, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Wednesday as he sought to describe his vision of a "liberal" departure from the European Union.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was accused of talking “total nonsense” when he claimed EU leaders were trying to create a superstate, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday.
A transitional period after Brexit was crucial for businesses to adapt to changes once Britain leaves the European Union next year, UK Chancellor Phillip Hammond said on Wednesday.