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David Cameron says sorry about referendum result, to strive for strong EU ties

"I wish I had won the refere­ndum ... I am sad about that," he told report­ers

June 29, 2016

UK business minister says trade ties with EU are his top goal

Busine­sses wante more inform­ation about the implic­ations of Brexit, says Sajid Javid

June 28, 2016

Sturgeon to meet EU leaders in drive to keep Scotland in bloc

Most Scots voted to remain in the EU in last Thursd­ay's refere­ndum

June 28, 2016

Uber, Lyft settle litigation involving top executives

A Lyft spokes­person confir­med settle­ment with Vander­Zanden on Monday but declin­ed to disclo­se terms

June 28, 2016

What the Brexit vote tells us about whether Trump can win

Britai­n’s bigger cities are far more racial­ly and ethnic­ally divers­e than its small towns and rural commun­ities

June 28, 2016

London start-up scene weighs threat of British Techxit

Techno­logy spendi­ng for both Britai­n and Wester­n Europe will turn negati­ve both this year and next due to uncert­ainty

June 28, 2016

Young Turks: e-commerce start-ups bet on enviable demographics

Turkey is home to 79 millio­n people with a median age of just over 30, younge­r than anywhe­re else in Europe­

June 28, 2016

Afghan media groups decry rise in violence against journalists

Twenty-two cases were report­ed in June, around double the monthl­y level seen in past years

June 28, 2016

London must move fast to take more power after Brexit, Mayor Khan says

The speed of our exit from EU looks likely to be decide­d in Brusse­ls, Paris and Berlin rather than London, says Sadiq

June 28, 2016

Lady Gaga caught in bad romance with China after meeting Dalai Lama

Lady Gaga chatte­d with the Dalai Lama on topics includ­ing genero­sity to the poor and mental health­

June 28, 2016