Call comes as almost a third of international students tell recent survey they are less likely to study in post-Brexit Britain because the country feels 'less welcoming'
13ft high barrier will stretch for one kilometre along dual carriageway approaching port
Even during the best week’s performance, in March, fewer than half the trains arrived on time at Waverley station in the Scottish capital
Figures from recruitment giant Korn Ferry underlines weakness of UK average pay since fall of Lehman Brothers
The Purchasing Managers’ Index for builders improved to 49.2 last month, following yesterday’s report of a surprise manufacturing surge
As British Airways re-launches services from Heathrow to Tehran, and US airlines reconnect with Cuba, Simon Calder considers the air routes that don’t exist
'If I need to go and grab jobs with my teeth, then I’ll do it,' - Valerie Percresse, president of the regional council for Paris.
Brexit, and the extra uncertainties it has added to migration policy, is the fundamental reason why some French politicians are taking the opportunity to launch some unhelpful and counter-productive initiatives
Without the EU referendum, we would be living under a Miliband government. In the second of two articles our Chief Political Commentator examines the argument against deciding complex questions by referendums by trying to imagine what would have happened if our constitution ruled them out
Experts say prices will likely weaken as heightened uncertainty following the UK’s vote to leave the EU weighs down on consumer confidence
At some level, I recognise this ‘Cheeky Nandos Syndrome’: our intrinsic modern British certainty that most bad days could be assuaged with an impromptu Fino Platter and unlimited Fanta refills
How do house prices in major cities across the UK compare? We find out...
Today is Yorkshire Day, celebrating the region's rural beauty and rich history, with exciting craft beer and live music scenes to boot
Threat level remains at 'Severe'
Rules say any candidate must have been a party member for at least two years
Head of Brexit Advisory Unit cautions: 'The issue of being able to attract and retain talent to work and study in universities is absolutely paramount'