Print edition | Britain Feb 21st 2019 IN 2015 David Cameron and Xi Jinping propped up a bar in Buckinghamshire to toast a “golden era” in Anglo-Chinese relations over pints of ale. Things now seem to have turned bitter. The
hondas departure adds to the gloom enveloping britains car industry - Honda’s departure adds to the gloom enveloping Britain’s car industry
Print edition | Britain Feb 21st 2019 WORKERS AT HONDA’s car plant near Swindon, in Wiltshire, were told not to report for work on February 19th. It was a bitter foretaste of an uncertain future. The previous day news leaked
john mcdonnell labours hard man

John McDonnell, Labour’s hard man

Posted on February 23, 2019

Category: UK Business News
Print edition | Britain Feb 21st 2019 BRITAIN’S TWO big parties are in a race to see which can fall apart fastest. The Labour Party is leading in numbers: eight MPs quit this week and Tom Watson, the deputy leader,
police need to rethink how they deal with organised crime
Print edition | Britain Feb 21st 2019| GARTCOSH FOR A TIME in the 1960s, the Kray twins were unstoppable. From their billiard club in Mile End, east London, Ronnie and Reggie outsmarted the cops and took a cut of all
brexit weakens britains influence at the un
Print edition | Britain Feb 21st 2019 THIS WEEK UNA-UK, a pro-UN group, published a report on British influence at the UN. It starts well. Britain is an energetic Security Council member. It “held the pen” for fully a third
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