Britons indulge in surprise pre-Brexit house buying spree

British house hunters have launched a surprise August buying spree before the scheduled Brexit date, with new data showing sales reached their highest point since 2015 during the usually sleepy summer period

Sajid Javid rejects speculation of shifting stamp duty to sellers

Chancellor Sajid Javid has put an end to all speculation suggesting he could shift stamp duty on to sellers from buyers, a mere two days after he suggested he could be looking into the idea

With recent analysis suggesting Londoners are on track to receive almost three times more transport spending per person than northerners, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been urged to keep his promises to the north of England

An Indian-origin entrepreneur has called on the UK government to consider a new streamlined visa to help te technology industry in hiring the required talent from countries such as India even after Britain leaves the EU.

Shares of troubled travel operator Thomas Cook have slumped after it said it was seeking to raise another £150m from investors, shortly after already asking for £750m, in a bid to stave off a Christmas cash crunch

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