Analysts say the British currency will fall if the country votes to leave the EU. That would make products from the EU more expensive – and potentially even have an impact on brain surgery.
The United Kingdom is experiencing an almost unprecedented spike in hate crime against ethnic minorities. Are the authorities helpless to combat the problem? Sarah Bradbury reports from London.
The EU is abolishing its system of quotas and minimum pricing for sugar from October 1, in a change seen as boom or bust moment for producers and a sweetener for consumers as prices are expected to fall.
Terror fears and a fall in the British pound after the Brexit vote have been cited as causing the budget airline to go bust. A massive operation to repatriate more than 100,000 tourists is underway.
The embattled UK prime minister’s keynote speech in Manchester was overshadowed by a coughing fit and a surprise interruption. Samira Shackle reports.
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