The UK government’s upcoming Brexit bill could remove the rights for UK citizens to sue Whitehall over issues such as pollution and workers’ rights.
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest threats facing governments and companies across the world and new UK legislation wants organisations to pay for bad security.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor made waves yesterday with a column in the Guardian suggesting a second Brexit referendum might be the only way for the government to achieve any sort of Brexit at all.
The pound has rallied to an almost 10-month high in response to comments from the UK government ahead of a new round of Brexit talks with the EU next week.
UK prime minister Theresa May is celebrating her leadership anniversary with the release of the Brexit Repeal bill, formally known as the European Union (Withdrawal) bill.
Swedish car company Volvo has become the first major car brand to announce it will exclusively make electric models from 2019.
Prior to the Brexit vote last June, it was predicted that a vote to leave the European Union (EU) would cause a major recession and plunge the UK into an economic downturn.
The UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016 by a majority of 52 percent in what had already become widely known as the Brexit vote.
Lloyds Banking Group has returned to private ownership after the UK government sold the final shares left over from its 2008 bailout.
The UK government is investing £38m in driverless car technology to drive the UK’s reputation as a world leader in the growing sector.
Millennials, those born between 1987 and 2004, are facing some serious questions when it comes to their future.
The UK chancellor Philip Hammond announced his first, and last, spring budget today.
The government launched its new digital strategy today, aimed at keeping the UK at the forefront of the digital revolution.
Commercial spaceflight is a hot topic right now.