European elections muddy the waters

With the far right putting up a telling show in key European countries, the future of the continent looks alarmingly hazy »

EU ban on mangoes: UK Food department offers to provide technical help, training

UK-based mango importers said they were encouraged following a meeting with Government officials on Wednesday. Lord de Mauley, a Minister with Britain’s Department for Environment, Food a... »

Optare gears up for global expansion

UK bus maker, controlled by Ashok Leyland, focuses on low carbon vehicles »

UK hails BJP’s win, keen to strengthen ties

Narenda Modi, once the subject of a visa ban by the UK, is set to visit Britain, after accepting an invitation from British Prime Minister David Cameron, who called the BJP leader to congra... »

Pfizer pill, a hard one to swallow

‘Business friendly’ Britain has been forced to take a serious view of the US firm’s takeover bid on AstraZeneca »

Dealing with fat executive pay cheques

The EU is proposing a legislation to control how much top honchos get paid. Will it help curb excesses? »

The rise of the far right

Rising anti-Semitism and anti-immigrant sentiment are emerging as a threat to the European Union idea »

Indian companies are increasingly significant employers in UK: Report

Tata Group, top on the list, employs just under 64,000 people across England »

Why Marius had to die

Copenhagen Zoo has been taken to task for putting a giraffe to death. But zoos are not Disney World »

Tata Steel welcomes energy costs relief in UK

Govt step will help Tata Steel forge a ‘more competitive and sustainable future’, says CEO »
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