A Brexit delay has been put firmly on the agenda but as Theresa May scrambles to revive her deal there will be some here with…View More Laura Larkin: 'Parties have one eye on calendar as they remain in election holding pattern'
It’s been almost 50 years since British paratroopers opened fire on peaceful civil rights protesters marching on the streets of Derry, shooting 13 people dead.…View More Ben Kelly: 'Bloody Sunday relatives deserve justice – one single prosecution is an insult to them'
I’ve been thinking lately about one of my relatives, now of blessed memory. This woman was gracious and kind. Her clothes and makeup were always…View More Opinion | The Puzzle of Cheap Billionaires
The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. We’d like to hear what you think about this or any of…View More Opinion | Theresa May’s Snakes and Ladders
To the Editor: Re “As Uproar Builds, U.S. Grounds Jets Days After Crash” (front page, March 14): Daniel K. Elwell, acting administrator of the Federal…View More Opinion | The Delayed Grounding of Boeing Jets
Kratu, a rescue dog living in the U.K., has won the hearts of many after the pooch epically botched an agility course at the famed…View More Kratu is an extremely good rescue dog that’s extremely bad on agility courses
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) – Global economic uncertainty will lead to a slowdown in corporate mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in 2019, a top Citigroup Inc investment…View More Citi dealmaker says mergers and acquisitions to slow down
(Reuters) – Charter Court Financial and OneSavings are set to create one of Britain’s biggest specialist lenders in a merger that will bolster their defenses…View More Banks Charter Court, OneSavings agree merger ahead of Brexit
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. President Trump grounds the Boeing 737 Max 8, Britain’s Parliament rejects a “no-deal”…View More Boeing, Brexit, Facebook: Your Thursday Briefing
The twin messages from the EU to Westminster could not have been more blunt – even as British MPs were again voting on where they…View More John Downing: 'EU puts Britain in its place with two very blunt messages'
Yesterday the UK government announced how it might (everything was in draft) put import taxes on some goods entering the British market from the Republic…View More Dan O'Brien: 'No-deal Brexit is still a real risk on both sides of the Border, so could the unthinkable happen and the backstop have to be removed in order to prevent it?'
IF Britain leaves the European Union without a deal on March 29, the economy here will be hit badly and growth will slow sharply, although…View More David Chance: 'The shock from a hard Brexit would be felt immediately'
Speaking at a firefighters’ conference, former US vice president Joe Biden didn’t leave much doubt he’ll be running for president. “I appreciate the energy you…View More Jennifer Rubin: 'Biden offers much more than Trump – he's offering the American Dream'
It would be easy to feel sorry for a clearly tired and hoarse Theresa May as she battles to keep her vision of a sensible…View More Kevin Doyle: 'Incompetent May is her own worst enemy – and she's become ours too'