BOE Adopts New Expenses Policy After $14,000 Flights Drew Ire
Buyers and sellers across the price spectrum are now impacted by Brexit, according to Hew Edgar, head of policy at RICS.
Vijay Mallya lost a bid to avoid extradition to India where he faces charges of fraud and money laundering.
Judge Emma Arbuthnot ruled against Mallya, largely rejecting Mallya’s arguments that the case was politically motivated.
Brexit Pushes Migration From EU to U.K. to Lowest Since 2012
BOE Warns Disorderly Brexit Could Unleash a Savage Recession
Risk of No-Deal Brexit Choking Ports Rising, U.K. Lawmakers Say
U.K. Can Lift Output by Finding More Jobs for Young People: PwC
BOE Releases Six Pages of Names for 50-Pound Bill's Next Face
The plea is the latest signal of the crisis facing airlines in India.
Brexit ‘Queues at Dover’ Can’t Be Solved by Bank of England
U.K. Housing Woes Deepen With First Asking-Price Drop Since 2011
Getting chefs to work in Britain’s cherished Indian, Bangladeshi restaurants is near impossible under current immigration laws.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has sought Tata Sons Ltd.’s help to rescue struggling Jet Airways, sources say.
U.K. Small Firms Not Prepared for Big Pound Slump After Brexit
Brexit Woes Evident in Labor Market as EU Workers Fall by Record
Jet Airways India Ltd. posted its third consecutive quarterly loss, as intense competition kept fares low amid rising oil prices.
Arvind Kathpalia also serves on the board of directors of Air India and is in charge of its overall flight operations.
Airbus Order Tally Shows Biggest Neo Customer Upgraded 125 Jets
Brexit Batters U.K. Housing as RICS Index Worst in Six Years
Movies, Pubs Mask Picture of British Consumers Under Pressure