Foreign visitors spent more than £725m in British shops during December
Suspicions raised when Chinese man joins chat group for animal lovers and urges members to bring him strays 'to adopt'
Top rankings dominated by countries including Singapore, South Korea and Japan, with no significant advancements in England's performance
A growing independence campaign in Hong Kong is a terrible mistake that undermines the Chinese-ruled city's push for democracy and serves merely to provoke Beijing, Chris Patten, the last governor of the former British colony, said on Friday.
Cambridge University graduate also 'thought thousands of people were watching his life as if he were Jim Carrey in The Truman Show'
'For a short period of time the human side of me kicked in. I knew that was wrong. But that lasted briefly, a few minutes. I did some coke and that side of me just went,' says Jutting in police interview
Cecil Chao made global headlines in September 2012 when he offered a reward to the man who would marry his daughter Gigi
'It's Monday night. I've held her captive since early Saturday, I've raped her repeatedly, I tortured her, tortured her badly,' says accused
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The three officials are among a new generation in the city demanding greater self determination
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha says the expulsion was 'China's issue'
Li warns Brexit fallout to last at least two to three years
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Leung Chun-ying’s letter asks if China has violated the 'one country, two systems' rule
The Three mobile tycoon joins executives at Toyota and General Electric in stating that investment in Britain could be undermined by a vote to leave the EU
Unexplained drop follows similar move in Hong Kong this month