Business leaders criticise curbs on migrants earning £30,000, proposed in new white paperThe government’s proposals for a post Brexit immigration system will deal a “sucker punch” to the economy, leaving industry short of the migrant workforce they rely o...
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Facebook said it did not give some companies access to people’s data without their permission, after the New York Times reported on Tuesday that the social network allowed some large technology companies greater access to user data.
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn did not call Prime Minister Theresa May "a stupid woman" under his breath in parliament on Wednesday but rather muttered "stupid people" in response to the pantomime atmosphere in the House of Commons, his spokesman sai...
A third Canadian has been detained in China but the incident does not appear to be linked to the arrest of two other citizens over the last week, a Canadian government official in Ottawa said on Wednesday.
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Shares of FedEx Corp fell nearly 8 percent on Wednesday, after the delivery package company jolted investors with a steeper-than-expected cut in its 2019 profit forecast warning of weakening freight demand as the global economy slows.
Shares of chip gear makers fell after a tepid forecast by U.S.-based Micron Technology Inc exacerbated fears that a two-year chip boom was fizzling due to sluggish demand from makers of smartphones, PCs and servers.
Wall Street was set to open higher on Wednesday, with investors hoping the Federal Reserve will give them an early Christmas present by signaling fewer rate hikes given the turmoil in financial markets and rising fears of a recession.
The expectant mother was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering "significant injuries" in the A36 crash near Warminster, Wiltshire
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are joining the rest of the royal family, including Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, for the Queen's Christmas lunch
Avicii: True Stories will return to the streaming service for the first time since the DJ's suicide in April