Visual artist had been a nominated cultural leader in the arts section of the World Economic Forum
Mr Khan will warn that ‘hard Brexit would be a lose-lose situation’
In the months following his departure from Number 11, George Osborne received £320,000 on top of his MP's salary for speeches given in the US. One wonders how he made ends meet
‘What kind of world are we going to leave for our children?'
“Pursuing protectionism is like locking oneself in a dark room,” Chinese President Xi Jinping said
In an interview with CNBC on Tuesday, the founder of the world's biggest advertising group admitted he 'was out of touch'
More than 35 CEOs and other leaders have called for a more sustainable economic model, but talk is cheap and the Oxfam figure highlights the fact that inequality is growing and so is the instability that goes with it
Is there a global crash around the corner, or a high plateau? These are the signs to look out for in the next few days
Nobel economist also says PM’s benefits squeeze will not slow EU migration
The encouraging trend will not continue if developing countries' growth stalls and inequality within countries is not kept in check.
New technologies are again about to transform how we live, as those gathered in Davos are well aware
The simulated workshop creates an emotional connection with the refugee crisis "far more lasting than data and rhetoric", say organisers
Draghi bullish on Europe’s deflation as Osborne sounds optimistic note for future
The petition founder says the refugees are not 'rapists' and Ms Watson should prove that by showing up without a bodyguard
Christine Lagarde received the backing of the UK, Germany, China, France and Korea.
Mr Draghi said he was confident growth in the Eurozone was picking up