By Jan Strupczewski and Gabriela Baczynska
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain is to double the number of visas available to exceptional workers in areas like digital technology and science to 2,000 to help retain an edge after Brexit.
By Ian Chadband
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Brexit Minister David Davis sought to reassure the financial services sector on Tuesday with a commitment to make bankers exempt from curbs on immigration after Brexit.
By David Milliken and Jonathan Cable
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Caster Semenya will again attempt the 800 meters and 1500m double at next year’s Commonwealth Games before setting her sights on a world record.
LONDON (Reuters) – London will remain Europe’s financial center for the foreseeable future and keep its position alongside New York as one of the world’s dominant trading capitals though Brexit will
LONDON (Reuters) – Hundreds of people displaced by a fire that killed about 80 people in London in June are still living in hotels or friends’ houses because of a failure by local authorities to
LONDON (Reuters) – London mayor Sadiq Khan said on Sunday he supported efforts by the city’s transport regulator Transport for London to try to reach a compromise with Uber after the taxi app