Police in the UK are investigating the discovery of a hidden camera in the shower of a Travelodge hotel room in Oxford, England.
Twenty three-year old Harmony Hachey had noticed an electronic device hidden behind the vent in showe
British investors are showing no signs of slowing down after pumping more than Dh4.7 billion ($1.27 billion) into the UAE real estate market in the first half of 2015, said a report.
According to the Dubai Land Department, the tot
A two-year spell of jobs growth across British factories came to an end last month as manufacturing activity expanded at a slower pace, a survey showed, suggesting the sector is unlikely to boost economic growth much this quarter.
A Bahraini businessman has become the victim of a suspected arson attack in the UK that caused an estimated £1 million ($1.5 million) worth of damage. The blaze at VIP House in Digbeth, Birmingham wrecked a Lamborghini Huracán, a
Britain will reopen its embassy in Iran this weekend; nearly four years after protesters ransacked the elegant ambassadorial residence and burned the British flag.
The move marks a thawing of ties with Iran since it reached a nuclear de
Health officials in Britain have for the first time endorsed e-cigarettes, saying they are 95 per cent safer than tobacco equivalents and even suggesting doctors should be able to prescribe the "game-changing" devices to smokers trying
Land Rover has built a vehicle to commemorte the UK production of the two-millionth series Land Rover and Defender.
With a bespoke design and an all-star cast of special guests helping to complete the momentous
NEAH GES, a Dubai-based holding company focused on risk-mitigation and logistics support, has launched the commercial operations of its UK-based Maritime Division.
GES Maritime has received approval from the UK
Dubai-based Emirates has commenced its third daily service to Birmingham, England, bringing the total number of non-stop flights per week from Dubai to the UK to 119.
Operated by a Boeing 777-300ER, the additional service adds seven mor
Britain took a £1.1 billion pound ($1.7 billion) loss on its first sale of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) on Tuesday, sparking accusations from opposition politicians of an unnecessarily rushed and costly disposal.