THE United Kingdom suffered more than any major European economy during the coronavirus lockdowns, piling pressure on the government to ensure the withdrawal of its support programmes doesn't...

DESERTED streets, empty restaurants, shuttered stores: London's financial districts remain largely abandoned by workers still worried about the pandemic and reluctant to return to office life.

RENTS for homes in London are set to drop to the lowest level in nearly six years, as a slow reopening of the economy weighs on demand.

[LONDON] Rents for homes in London are set to drop to the lowest level in nearly six years, as a slow reopening of the economy weighs on demand.

THE UK is looking at all options for tackling flare-ups of the coronavirus and will use regional data to target its response, local government secretary Robert Jenrick said, following newspaper...

CHINESE President Xi Jinping and then-UK Prime Minister David Cameron were on hand to toast the signing of the deal to transform 14 hectares of derelict London riverfront into a bustling finance...

[LONDON] Residential land values in London's priciest areas are dropping, with developers taking a more cautious approach to new projects during the coronavirus pandemic.

[LONDON] Second-quarter sales at Unilever fell much less than expected as a pick up in eating at home during coronavirus lockdowns boosted demand for products such as Hellmann's mayonnaise and...

[LONDON] A trial to decide who should pay for the rising costs associated with the coronavirus pandemic is about to start in London.

[LONDON] Britain's biggest domestic bank Lloyds has set a target to increase the number of Black staff in senior roles to at least 3 per cent by 2025 from just 0.6 per cent now.