Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Yemen civil war: At least 125 killed in Sanaa fighting, says Red Cross

A new spike in fighting in Yemen's capital city has seen at least 125 people killed and 238 wounded, according to the International...

Donald Trump’s tax bill could cause a recession, warns Great Depression expert

Donald Trump’s flagship tax reform bill could cause a severe recession, an economic historian has warned.  Professor Robert McElvaine, a leading expert on the...

Parliament Square, Bush Theatre, London, review: An artfully structured work

The question of how far an individual should take a gesture of political protest in order to effect change becomes a burning issue...

As a Remainer, I’d like to apologise to everyone for causing the pound to...

When the Chancellor Philip Hammond didn’t blame me in his Budget speech, I thought I’d got away with it. But the Internet never forgets;...

Cineworld to buy US company Regal for $3.6bn, creating world’s second largest cinema operator

Cineworld has announced that it is snapping up its US peer Regal for $3.6bn (£2.7bn), turning the British company into the second largest...

Rail lines axed by Beeching in the 1960s could be reopened

The Government is planning to reopen railway lines that were closed in the 1960s as part of the Beeching cuts and to split up...

Kroger recall: Purified water for babies recalled over mould fears

A batch of purified water for babies has been recalled amid concerns about mould contamination. The US Food and Drug Administration said that Kroger...

German pilots ground 222 flights after refusing to deport asylum seekers

German pilots have reportedly grounded more than 200 flights after refusing to be involved in the deportations of failed asylum-seekers. Flight crews said they...

Efforts to beat cancer hamstrung by cuts to local anti-smoking services

Efforts to prevent unnecessary cancer deaths are being hamstrung by “staggering cuts” to public health which have seen councils slash spending on stop...

How the UK’s e-retailers can stay ahead of the pack despite the Brexit storm

There are few countries in the world that have embraced the shift away from high street trading to online sales so comprehensively as...

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