Ikea UK chief calls for Brexit transition period and government clarity

Gillian Drakeford’s comments come after another fraught week in which Britain’s divorce talks with the EU failed to advance. The UK chief of Ikea has thrown


EMA unveils staffers’ preferences for agency move: Amsterdam gets a yes, Warsaw a no

Would you want to live in Barcelona, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Milan or Vienna? Staffers of the European Medicines Agency would—or at least those are their top


Cyber cold war is just getting started, claims Hillary Clinton

Clinton, promoting memoir addressing her 2016 US election defeat, tells UK audiences that the Kremlin is ‘hacking our unity’ by waging information war. Hillary Clinton embarked

Duda urges constitutional change amid plans for legal reform

Poland’s president on Monday proposed changes to the country’s constitution amid a row over sweeping legal reforms that have caused protests at home and warnings