London (AFP) – Manchester City could still face huge player bonus bills if they lose an appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against a two-year European ban by UEFA, according to revelations in the British media Tuesday.
Related topics: London, Uefa
Residents in central England and Wales are bracing for more flooding as rivers peaked in the wake of a weekend storm that brought up to 6 inches (150 mm) of rain to an already waterlogged region
China to grant tariff exemptions on 696 US goods: Reuters
How fast will China’s economy rebound from coronavirus outbreak? Bloomberg
Coronavirus blowback could impact 50,000 firms, new research estimates: CNBC
Despite Brexit turmoil, UK...
Related topics: China, Reuters, Bloomberg, Cnbc
Atomico, the European venture capital firm founded by Skype’s Niklas Zennström, has announced that it has closed its fifth fund — “Atomico V” — giving it another $820 million to invest in European startups.
Related topics: Startup, London
SumUp, the London-based fintech company that enables small businesses to take card payments via its device and online, is launching its own pre-paid card in partnership with Mastercard.
Dubbed “SumUp Card,” the new offering will enable...
Related topics: Mastercard, London
How do we balance travel needs and protecting the planet?
The 2020s will have to involve some very big decisions about transport – the UK’s most polluting sector. The UK government’s response so far has been...
On a bitterly cold Wednesday morning in February, the Eastside district of Birmingham is quiet. This newly-renovated area, off the Digbeth Branch Canal, looks and feels expensive. Amid the greenery of Eastside City Park, a grey pathway leads...
London (AFP) – Manchester United moved to within three points of fourth-placed Chelsea with a smash and grab 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge thanks to goals from Anthony Martial and Harry Maguire on Monday.
Chelsea had two goals disallowed by VAR...
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Britain has issued seven severe flood warnings, advising of life-threatening danger in central England after Storm Dennis roared through
An adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson who had discussed the benefits of forced contraception quit Monday, saying "media hysteria" about his old online posts meant he had become a distraction for the government.Earlier, Johnson's...
Related topics: Birth Control - Contraception
David Frost, Britain's Brexit negotiator with the European Union, said on Monday that his country was prepared to accept an “Australia-style” free trade agreement if the EU was still doubtful about the terms of a potential deal.
Related topics: Australia
Blain: Evidence Of Cracking Global Supply Chains Is Fast Emerging
Blain's Morning Porridge, submitted by Bill Blain of Shard Capital
“Lord, give me strength to deal with London cyclists…”
A quiet day’s play in prospect...
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Cable Sinks To Session Lows As UK Slams "Absurd" EU Trade Rules, Expects "Open & Fair" Competition
The pound sinks to session lows as Boris Johnson's chief negotiator David Frost said democracy would “snap - dramatically and...
A breakdown of the reshuffle.
Boris Johnson, the UK prime minister, has reshuffled his cabinet. But among all the sackings and appointments, the big news of the day was Sajid Javid’s resignation as chancellor...
WikiLeaks has been locked out of their Twitter account just one week before Julian Assange’s extradition hearing is scheduled to begin in the UK.
WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson tweeted on Monday that “all attempts to get it...
Related topics: Wikileaks, Social Media, Julian Assange
Anti-LGBTQ activist Franklin Graham says he’s not homophobic, but he is calling LGBTQ activists “truthophobic” and “free-speech-ophobic.” Graham is once again blasting activists in the UK who have succeeded in getting venues in eight...
Related topics: Activism
Louis Volante, Francesca Borgonovi
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Girls consistently outperform boys on reading tests – and have done so for several decades around the world. Lack of motivation, a weak vocabulary, poor reading engagement...
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A breakdown of the data.
The latest data on UK homicide rates shows that 31% of victims and suspects were “under the influence” of alcohol and other drugs at the time of death....