There have been a number of people in Britian, who have been changed their stance from anti-European to pro-European. These people always wanted for Britain that it should remain inside the Europe, but catch here was that they wanted Britain to not adopt the euro currency.
The losses worth millions as a result of tax evasion in the European Union (EU) is one of the topic that will be discussed at the Summit of leaders from this bloc, planned in the current week.
IFC declared a contract with Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank (OeEB), the Development Bank of Austria to hike up the sustainable energy investment in Sub-Saharan Africa initiating with the countries of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.
James Nash experienced one of the biggest weekends of his career as he strengthened his way to his first World Touring Cars victory in Austria.
The Newport Pagnell racer banged an excellent second place in race one and grabbed the top position in the race two at the Salzburgring on Sunday.
Vodafone has recorded its first ever downfall in the annual revenues as the recession in southern Europe sighted its taking falls up to 17%.
Along with the overburdened finances, the major British mobile phone company said that it will reinvest in the upcoming month's £2.1bn dividend from US subsidiary Verizon Wireless in the business rather than giving back the cash to the shareholders.
The weakening of the pound against the dollar and the Euro was followed by a report issued by the government that suggested that the economists predict U. K. consumer-price inflation could ease in the month of April.
London shares jumped higher on Tuesday after the benchmark FTSE 100 index reached its best level since September 2000 on Monday. The shares were lifted by strong mining stocks.
Welcome Trust has funded £2.7 million to support a research programme that will eventually allow all cancer patients to get access to genetic testing.
The program involves the Institute of Cancer Research, London, The Royal Marsden, The Welcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics and Illumina Inc. They all aim to find a way to enable more cancer genes to be tested in more people.
More than a decade ago, British parents did not let their children to get measles shots because of a discredited research that linked the vaccine to autism. At least a million children missed the shots because of the flawed research.
Two scientists were researching rainfall patterns across during the last ice age when they found that none of the climate models they tested were able to reproduce their results.
According to Adelaide Now, tech giant Apple is opening its first South Australia store - the Rundle Place storefront - to the public from 10am on Saturday, May 25.
On Monday, electronics biggie Samsung announced its Smart App Challenge 2013; with this year's contest chiefly focused on finding new Galaxy S4 apps which put the forthcoming handset's group communication functionality to interesting use.
The Smart App Challenge 2013 will run from June 20 through August 31; and developers who wish to participate can register their apps by signing up on the App Challenge website.
Internet search giant Google has revealed in a recent announcement that it will be discontinuing its Google Checkout web-based merchant payment processing system on November 20. The company's decision to shutter Checkout implies that retailers will have to move to a different payment processing platform.
UK health chiefs have confirmed that a patient from Chichester, West Sussex, is suspected to be suffering of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), a human form of mad cow disease.
The Royal Horticultural Society has allowed garden gnomes at the Chelsea Flower Show this year that elicited a variety of responses.
The aggressive red fire ant Solenopsis invicta has become a worry in the southern United States. They are spreading like wildfire and causing burning stings to unfortunate victims.
As per reports, Yahoo board met under the presidency of Marissa Mayer, the present in charge of Yahoo!, to discuss the acquisition of blogging site Tumblr.
As per reports, the UK stocks have climbed for a second day while the FTSE 100 Index was seen at its highest level since October 2007.
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS) and EasyJet Plc also advanced. RBS rose by 3.3% resulting in extension of its gain in the five days through today to 17%. The same has occurred after Numis Securities Ltd. advised investors to buy the shares.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that the Conservative Party is integrated and David Cameron is showing direction on Britain's relationship with Europe. He said that the need for the alterations arise to ensure that UK remained competitive.
Euro is marked as inefficient as it has seen the credit infused growth for the last twenty years because of which, many inefficient reasons are sustaining that remained undetected or un-addressed. Another reason of inefficiency is inefficient allocation of resources which further leads to underemployment or unemployment.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the European Parliament is going to discuss the ways by which tax evasion can be tackled. The European Union has stated that 1trillion euros are lost on an annual basis due to tax evasion.
The matter is heating up with passage of time. It has been said that Greek and French politicians...
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