By Gerald Heneghan Shoppers in the UK want to see more British foods in supermarkets and served in restaurants.
By Lauren Grice The identities of two Britons involved in a balloon crash in Luxor, Egypt have been released.
By Lauren Grice Birds Eye has announced a recall of three of its beef ready meals after DNA testing revealed the presence of horsemeat in one of its products.
By Gerald Heneghan Manchester has been named the worst parliamentary constituency for child poverty in the UK.
By Lauren Grice David Cameron has led the largest ever prime ministerial trade delegation from the UK to India today (February 18th).
By Lauren Grice British Vice Admiral Peter Hudson has taken over the administration of NATO’s Maritime Headquarters.
By Lauren Grice The European Union’s (EU’s) budget could see cuts for the first time since its inception.
By Gerald Heneghan Police in England and Wales are facing the possibility of a radical shake-up that would allow forces to recruit senior officers from outside the service.
By Lauren Grice The Green Deal has been launched by the government today (January 28th) in a drive to improve the energy efficiency of homes in the UK.
By Gerald Heneghan Britain’s economy shrank by 0.3 per cent during the last three months of 2012, re-igniting fears over a potential slide back into recession.