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Brexit: Johnson says prepare for no-deal, cancels trade talks

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday it was now time to prepare for a no-trade deal Brexit unless the European Union fundamentally changed...

Virgin Atlantic to start flights to Manchester from Mumbai, Delhi

British premier carrier Virgin Atlantic on Thursday announced launch of flight services from India to Manchester, which has a sizable population of Indian origin...

Windrush Help Team member dispels common misconceptions

ABID is part of the Government’s Windrush Help Team, dedicated to helping eligible people get the documents they need to demonstrate their right to...

Pasties, pubs and making a meal of new UK virus rules

When is a pub not a pub, and is a Cornish pasty a proper meal? These are the questions facing the hospitality industry in...

Government failing Asians during pandemic

Leaders of doctors’ groups have accused the government of “letting down” south Asian communities in its handling of the pandemic. Their criticism comes as new...

‘Inclusive offices foster productivity’

A LEADING diversity expert has warned that exclusion of minorities within the workplace can have an impact on their self-confidence and creativity, as his...

Sadiq Khan urges employers and businesses to embed anti-racist practices as he declares City...

LONDON MAYOR Sadiq Khan declared City Hall a committedly anti-racist organisation on Tuesday(13), and urged employers and businesses to do more to embed anti-racist...

UK lawmakers to vote on the tiered system of further Covid-19 restrictions

LAWMAKERS will vote on the new three-tiered system of further restrictions on parts of England to curb an increase in Covid-19 cases on Tuesday(13). British...

Indians earn almost £10,000 a year more than their white British counterparts in the...

THOUGH young white Britons are outearned by their black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers, Indian and Chinese workers in the UK outearn their...

India’s Nalli Silks invests £300,000 to open first UK store

INDIAN luxury silk firm has opened its first UK store in Wembley by investing around £300,000 with support from the UK’s department for international...