David Cameron will signal this week that he hopes to maintain Britain’s membership of the European Union when he challenges a series of claims by campaigners seeking to take the UK out of the EU.
China’s premier has said the country’s target for economic growth is not set in stone as the leadership in Beijing prepare to meet and prioritise economic and social goals for the next five years.
One of the country’s leading retailers has criticised the government’s planned changes to Sunday trading laws, saying they are open to abuse.
Martyn Waghorn has notched 15 times in his first 16 matches for Rangers.
Former Birmingham City midfielder Curtis Woodhouse believes Tim Sherwood's departure at Aston Villa shows Paul Lambert did an excellent job.
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US bank SunTrust has pulled a U-turn on a policy requiring laid-off IT workers to provide the company with assistance for no compensation for two years after they have been let go, the company told the Guardian on Friday.
Some Barclays customers had trouble getting money from their accounts and making payments as the bank carried out maintenance work before the clocks went back last night.
The Nottingham Forest owner replied to the 21-year-old on social media.
Reddit has announced its move into news publishing (along with everyone else) with the launch of standalone site, Upvoted.
Twitter has launched Moments, a new service which hopes to show users the day’s most popular stories, as the 140-character social network takes a stab at news curation.
Microsoft is bringing the thunder.