From television shows to car emissions, the United States is two countries, not one

One of my liveliest conversations during 2016 was over a barbecue dinner in Napa, California. Our host had averred that were Donald Trump to...

Falklands War anniversary: Why did Britain enter armed conflict with Argentina over these windswept...

Today marks 36 years since Argentina seized control of the Falkland Islands from Britain, drawing the UK into an armed conflict that would...

We should give all 25-year-olds a universal inheritance of at least £10,000 to reduce...

The UK is a wealthy nation, but that wealth is very unevenly divided. The wealthiest 10 per cent own five times as much wealth...

Climate change rules introduced by Barack Obama will be further rolled back by Trump...

Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency is expected to roll back greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy standards for automobiles, further undercutting his predecessor...

What the blue passport row tells us about the kind of economy we will...

Sacre bleu!  The furore over the (rumoured) decision to award the contract to produce the new, “iconic” and definitely blue British passports to...

Brexit delivers longer blow to bank sentiment than global financial crisis, survey shows

The prospect of quitting the EU has hurt sentiment in Britain's finance industry for longer than the global financial crisis that plunged economies...

The argument for Brexit still doesn’t stand up to scrutiny

How disappointing to read “I’m a young person who voted for Brexit – and I’d do the same again today” by Benedict Spence....

Brexit may bring new invasive species to UK risking economic damage, say experts

Invasive plants and animals caused £2bn of damage to the UK economy last year and the problem may worsen after Brexit, conservation groups have claimed. The...

IMF head Christine Lagarde says euro zone leaders should create a ‘rainy day fund’

International Monetary Fund (IMF) head Christine Lagarde said on Monday euro zone leaders should set up a “rainy day fund” to help cushion...

UK consumer confidence boosted slightly by wage growth and Brexit progress, survey shows

UK consumers became slightly more confident this month than they were in February, cheered by the prospect of wages inching higher, inflation easing slightly...

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With one year to go until Brexit day, small businesses still...

“There is a risk,” the Brexit secretary told BBC journalist Andrew Marr last Sunday, “in trying to focus just...

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