LONDON: Germany's largest bank appears in danger, sending stock markets worldwide on a wild ride. Yet the biggest source of worry is less about its finances than a vast tangle of unknowns - not least, whether Europe can muster the will to mount a ...
TUC march, Britain Needs a Pay Rise, in central London, October 2014. Photograph: Mary Turner/Getty Images. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor.
It confirms not just that there was no immediate economic collapse after the referendum vote, despite the political vacuum and financial market turmoil, but that the economy continued to grow at a very decent rate.
No one turned into a pumpkin, but there was some magic when the clock struck midnight in Alberta today. As the calendar turned over to Oct. 1, tens of thousands of workers in the province got a raise.
Dr Ralf Speth says his European sales team are reporting that customers are turning their noses up at British cars. Photograph: Gisela Schober/Getty Images for Land Rover.