The Guardian
The Guardian

Annual customer satisfaction survey by consumer group Which? asked more than 8,000 hotel guests to rate their stays at well-known chains – it didn’t go well for Britannia Hotels.

While the disease does not spread to humans, it is virtually 100 per cent fatal once embedded in pig populations. The outbreak in China has been particularly serious.

Authorities briefly captured suspected trafficker Ovidio Guzman Lopez earlier this month, but were forced to release him to avoid bloodbath with cartel gunmen.


The US$644,600 fine was the highest possible that could be issued by the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office and ended more than a year of litigation.

Modern humans emerged 200,000 years ago in a region of northern Botswana, scientists claimed, in what appeared to be the most precise location of mankind’s ‘ancestral homeland’ yet discovered.

Women aren’t represented in the music industry, making up 12 per cent of songwriters and only two per cent of producers. Almost 50 per cent of women artists have faced sexual harassment at work.

Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, said the EU’s 27 other members had agreed to the request made by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson just over a week ago.

California congresswoman Katie Hill, a freshman Democrat and a rising star in the party, announced her resignation amid allegations that she had a sexual relationship with a member of her congressional staff.

Two opposition parties have proposed December 9 polls; plan would let PM get around Labour opposition, but new date means he can’t deliver Brexit before election.

Pham Thi Tra My sent text message to mother saying she could not breathe around time vehicle was en route from Belgium to Britain; 39 victims earlier identified as Chinese but may have been using fake passports.

The discovery of 39 bodies in a truck on an industrial estate outside London has prompted an outcry in Britain with campaigners saying a UK government crackdown has led some people to resort to desperate measures.

Billionaire property developer Huang Xiangmo is accused of ‘grossly understating’ his income over three years and allegedly owes US$96 million in unpaid taxes.

Billionaire Huang Xiangmo lashes out at politicians, government agencies and media, calling tax office a ‘despicable tool’ over its pursuit of US$104 million tax bill

The dating app has been downloaded more than 300 million times and is the most used in the US and the UK. CEO Elie Seidman talks about how the app has changed the dynamics of relationships.

Facebook said the network bears the hallmark of the same Kremlin-backed group that interfered in the 2016 election by sowing social discord, boosting Donald Trump and attacking Hillary Clinton.

Meghan Markle has had to face an increasingly hostile UK press since she married into the Royal Family last year, with the tabloids luxuriating in stories about her fractured American family and the rumours of palace rifts.

It has come to light that for a period of time, PwC performed a dual role as both the Thomas Cook remuneration committee’s adviser and the company’s external auditor.

Police have alleged Choi attempted to broker the sale of North Korean missiles and missile components internationally, and to sell coal and other resources from North Korea to entities in Indonesia and Vietnam.