Chancellor George Osborne says Britain's taxes will rise and spending will be cut after the Brexit vote.
British Prime Minister David Cameron and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have condemned the recent spate of racist incidents reported to police and on social media...
A new type of soluble aspirin may enable drugs to be more easily delivered into the brain to fight cancer tumours.
Pre-emptive surgery is the "best method" for preventing ovarian cancer among women who have a high risk of getting the disease, researchers say.
A massive discovery of helium gas in the East African Rift Valley may solve a worldwide shortage of helium, critical in modern medicine.
Physical activity before, during and after school promotes scholastic performance in children, researchers say.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has triggered a surge in applications for Irish passports, which would allow their holders to remain EU citizens,...
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Fitch cuts UK's credit rating

Fitch Ratings has follow Standard and Poor's and cut the UK credit rating, warning more cuts could come following the surprise Brexit vote last week.
The leaders of Germany, France and Italy vowed Monday "a new impulse" for the EU as it reels from Brexit and told London that the bloc would make no deals before...
Following the Brexit vote, the United Kingdom now faces further disruption, with Welsh separatists intensifying their push for independence.
Following a successful Brexit vote, Finnish eurosceptics are urging for a Fixit vote to decide whether Finland should leave the European Union too.
EU leaders attempted to rescue the European project and Prime Minister David Cameron sought to calm fears over Britain's vote to leave the bloc as the country...
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