AJ Impact

Nissan to supply 2,000 electric cars to Uber in London

The ride-hailing firm is driving changes to its fleet while appealing against a ban on operating in the UK capital.

Uber's London charm offensive steps up with electric Nissan deal

US & Canada

US refusal to extradite diplomat's wife 'denial of justice': UK

Anna Sacoolas' case is a political headache for PM Johnson who is trying to cultivate better ties with US amid Brexit.

US refusal to extradite diplomat's wife 'denial of justice': UK

Julian Assange

UK judge warns against delay in Julian Assange hearings

Jailed WikiLeaks founder's extradition hearing to be split into two parts and could continue to mid-year.

UK judge warns against further delay in Assange extradition case

AJ Impact

UK: Tech tax should not get in way of US trade deal

The idea of a 'tech tax' on US-based transnationals has previously sparked anger in Washington.

Britain wants a US trade deal and a tech tax

Brexit

UK gov't votes against measures protecting child refugees

As Brexit nears, House of Commons vote against proposed legislation to ensure children can reunite with families in UK.

UK gov't votes against measures protecting child refugees

Europe

UK: Peers vote to protect child refugees after Brexit

Upper chamber shoots down government's attempt to remove Lord Dubs's amendment ensuring protections for child refugees.

UK government suffers fourth defeat on Brexit legislation

Europe

EU citizens must now apply online to legally stay in UK

Online application for EU citizens gives the right to live in the UK but many want physical document as proof of legal status.

AJ Impact

Facebook to expand London operation following Brexit

The social media giant is growing its biggest centre outside the US as it tries to restore its reputation.

Facebook set to hire 1,000 staff in post-Brexit London

Refugees

'As we leave EU, we cannot abandon our compassion and humanity'

Child refugees in Greece are among those who would be affected if UK backtracks on Dubs amendment.

'As we leave EU, we cannot abandon our compassion and humanity'

Brexit

UK PM defeated on Brexit laws for first time since election

House of Lords, where government does not have majority, votes to protect EU citizens' rights after Brexit.

UK PM defeated on Brexit laws for first time since election

AJ Impact

What price will the developing world pay for Brexit?

If Brexit Britain turns into a tax haven, the impact of capital flight will be dramatic, say campaigners.

What price will the developing world pay for Brexit?

Europe

Britain's Prince Harry expresses 'great sadness' at royal split

The new arrangement was reached on Saturday after crisis talks on couple's wish to step back from official engagements.

Britain's Prince Harry expresses 'great sadness' at royal split

Iran

UK and France reiterate commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Statements follow European signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal triggering diplomatic 'dispute mechanism' last week.

UK and France reiterate commitment to Iran nuclear deal

AJ Impact

Harry and Meghan to stop being 'working' members of royal family

The changes will come into effect during the first half of 2020, according to Buckingham Palace.

Harry and Meghan to stop being 'working' members of royal family

Inside Story

Why is the United Kingdom acting against Hezbollah?

The UK puts squeeze on Lebanon’s Hezbollah, adding the entire group, political and military, to its terrorist blacklist.