Indian-origin voters are largely in favour of Britain remaining in the European Union (EU), with a significant chunk still undecided ahead of the June 23 referendum, which has been described as a knife-edge vote.
"Sherlock" star Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Stewart, Bill Nighy, Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle and Keira Knightley are among leading stars who have appealed to the voters to back staying in the European Union.
Participants of an informal symposium with Group of Seven finance leaders and academics on Friday agreed a so-called "Brexit" vote for Britain to exit the European Union at a referendum next month could lead to financial mark
Gold fell on Wednesday as the dollar hit a three-week high after strong U.S. economic data and comments from Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations that the central bank could soon hike interest rates.
Britain's ethnic minorities could hold the key to deciding the outcome to the June 23 referendum on membership of the European Union, with non-white voters strongly in support of staying in the bloc, according to a survey.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy said on Tuesday many of the faults Britain finds in the European Union are justified and the bloc will need a new treaty regardless of whether Britons vote next month to leave the EU or
Peter Hargreaves bankrolling the campaign to pull Britain out of the European Union agrees with opponents of Brexit that it will make the country more insecure, but he thinks that it is just what the United Kingdom needs.
Leaving the European Union would cause a decade of uncertainty that could cost Britain's financial services an estimated 17 billion pounds ($25 billion) and make lawyers rich, a think-tank study said on Tuesday.
Britain needs the European Union to help fight Islamic State and rebuff a "newly belligerent" Russia, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday, making a "big, bold, patriotic case" for membership of the bloc.
India and the US want the UK to stay in the EU to "look after their interests", a top European Parliament member has said and underlined that Brexit would be a "seismic shock" for the bloc if it goes through.