Hammond’s budget statement faces scrutiny both for his spending plan, after his boss Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to end austerity, and for the economic estimates from the Office for Budget Responsibility that come with
Prime Minister Theresa May has directed Hammond to find an extra 20 billion pounds a year for the National Health Service, and she declared an “end to austerity” in her party conference speech earlier this month.
Volatility in Saudi stocks dropped to the lowest level in two weeks as the uproar over the killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul dissipate. Saudi Basic Industries Corp. fell even after third-quarter profit met anal
The clear front-runner in today’s presidential vote is Jair Bolsonaro, the former army captain with a penchant for slurs against minorities and women and attacks on the trustworthiness of democracy itself.
Senator Dean Heller used to be “99 percent against” Donald Trump, but now he’s 100 percent for him. And the Nevada Republican’s candidacy is perhaps the most important test of the president’s political influence in
The U.K. would need new tax and spending plans and may need to extend austerity measures if the country fails to secure a Brexit deal, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said in an interview with Sky News.
The first summit on Syria to bring together the leaders from Germany, Russia, Turkey and France ended with a new appeal for a political solution to the country’s seven-year war but sidestepped more contentious issues includ
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani won the approval of lawmakers for his picks to run key ministries in a major reshuffle intended to galvanize the Islamic Republic against U.S. sanctions due to kick in soon.