Sir Michael Caine is not a happy bunny.
While she might be a shrewd politician and keen negotiator, Theresa May’s trip to Japan hit a stumbling block yesterday when she revealed she doesn’t enjoy Japan’s favourite past-time: karaoke.
This bank holiday weekend, London plays host to Europe’s biggest street carnival, the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival!
As the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade, Liam Fox is one of the most powerful politicians negotiating Brexit.
Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt.
There are few lawyers in Britain at the moment with such a storied career as that of Keir Starmer.
Bong, bong, bong… if you’ve ever spent any time in London, chances are you’ll have heard the sound of Big Ben booming across the capital every hour on the hour.
South East Asian and Indian buyers now make up the majority of London’s international property investors thanks to the fall in sterling and domestic policy changes.
Within the ranks of the Leave Campaign, Boris Johnson was second only to Nigel Farage in terms of fronting media coverage.
Another day, another drama at the BBC.
As Labour leader during the referendum, many expected Jeremy Corbyn to become a prominent figure in the Remain campaign.
According to a new study from the University of Leicester, one of the most decisive factors in how people voted during the Brexit referendum was their level of education.
What is it about eating food late at night that just makes it all so much more appealing?
If you’re going to Wilderness Festival this weekend (or if you’re already there — it started yesterday) you might be feeling a little overwhelmed.
While Edinburgh Fringe is definitely the place to be for frivolity and fun in the coming weeks, the festival also has a proud tradition of engaging in plenty of politics.
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.
If you’re looking to launch a new technology startup focusing on the Internet of Things (IoT), London isn’t necessarily the best place to do it.
A year on from the divisive European Union referendum, Brexit negotiations are now underway.
Female gamers are set to spend more than £1bn on video games over the next 12 months, thanks to the growth in mobile gaming.
There is a one in three chance of at least one region in the UK setting a new monthly rainfall record between October and March every year, according to Met Office research using its new super computer.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut the economic growth outlook for the UK and the US despite saying the “pick-up in global growth” that it had anticipated in its previous survey in April remained “on track”.
Jack Wills — the self described outfitter to the gentry — plans to open 12 international stores, with the first being in Sylt, Germany.
Ever wondered how much Laura Kuenssberg, Andrew Marr and Gary Lineker earn at the BBC?
Spain’s ruling monarch, king Felipe VI, hailed the strength of the bond between Britain and Spain on Wednesday, despite the current diplomatic tension.
The UK is not on track to reach its target of reducing carbon emissions by more than half within 13 years, according to energy industry professionals.
The UK parliament suffered a cyber attack this weekend which saw around 90 email accounts compromised.
UK prime minister Theresa May has set out initial plans to safeguard EU citizens’ rights in the UK once it leaves the European Union (EU).
Today marks a year since the UK public voted to leave the European Union – 23 June 2016.
Global GDP could be boosted across some of the world’s biggest economies by $2trn by raising employment rates for the over 55s to match Swedish levels — the highest performing European Union country.