Brexit Halloween nightmare and local council elections

More than 8,000 local councillors across England are going to be elected to 248 councils on 2 May. These include 33 metropolitan districts except Birmingham, Doncaster and Rotherham, 47 unitary authorities, 179 districts (mostly rural). Additionally,...

A stain on Wembley’s streets

People who spit paan on the streets of Wembley faced a rude awakening this weekend. Local volunteers, together with councillors, launched a campaign with two days of action to tackle the problem of paan spitting in the area.

Anuj Patel, 28, with a successful job in finance felt proud when he bought a one bed flat in London's Canary wharf, in 2016, and moved from his family home in Harrow to live on his own. But by the end of 2018, he decided to move back to live...

Sir Philip Green kissed, slapped and groped a female employee and told a black worker his “problem” was that he was still “throwing spears in the jungle”, it was claimed last night.According to The Times, he had called one Asian staff member...

There are five times as many Chinese students as Indians studying in the UK. Recent figures show that Indian students continue to lag behind those from China and other countries who study in the UK. Approximately 12,500 students from India began...

Sanjeev Gupta, the steel tycoon has delayed publishing the accounts of more than 20 companies, which has raised new questions about the financial health and transparency of his company. Gupta bought the remains of the Caparo steel business in...

Manish Patel, a Boeing 777 captain, and former union representative at the British Airways has filed an employment tribunal claim over racist jokes and receiving emails which had racist language.Following which five pilots from British Airways...

The chief executive of Oaknorth believes that a record-breaking $2.8 billion valuation placed on the British business lender is “modest”. The UK based financial start-up last week raised $440 million after accquiring investment from SoftBank’s...

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) launches plan to tame Wild West Web and more than eight out of ten adults back social network regulation. This plan will include new criminal offence for gross breaches by tech...



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