Brexit talks intensify, zero in on U.K. customs fix
British and European Union officials are locked in talks in Brussels over a compromise Brexit deal that could see the U.K. remain temporarily in the EU’s customs regime, people familiar with the negotiations said.
Future of 3m EU citizens in UK uncertain as Brexit looms
Millions of Europeans have been living and working in Britain for years. When the British citizenry voted to leave the EU, the future of those workers was thrown into doubt. Many of them work for an increasingly stretched National Health Service.
UK baby born with heart outside body allowed visits home
A British baby who was born with her heart outside her body has been allowed to make visits to her parents' home after months in hospital, the BBC reported on Monday .
British air taxi firm takes flight, inspired by F1 racing advances
A British energy entrepreneur and one-time Formula 1 racing team owner is entering the race to build new inter-city "flying taxi" services that tap recent aerospace advances while steering clear of more fanciful blue-sky visions touted by tech-focused rivals.
How do UK investors view Africa?
David Schwimmer, Chief Executive Officer of the London Stock Exchange says British investors see a long-term growth potential and opportunity in Africa. He discussed this and more with CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa when he visited Nigeria as part of the U.K delegates who accompanied Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May.
5 British Prime ministers that have visited Nigeria
Since Nigeria got her independence in 1960, five British Prime ministers have visited the country to discuss Nigeria-British relationship. Here are the 5 British prime ministers that have visited: Alec Douglas-Home, Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, David Cameron and Theresa May.
Idris Elba's tweet fuels James Bond speculation
All it took was one tweet from actor Idris Elba on Sunday (August 12) to fuel widespread speculation as to whether the British star would be the next James Bond.
Meghan Markle's dad to attend wedding after all
The Daily Beast calls on the British tabloids to stop hounding Meghan Markle.
No federal university should pay tuition, says Nigerian Govt.
The federal government has given provisional licence for the establishment of a private institution, Skyline University, in Kano State.