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With the future so uncertain for business and markets in the context of Brexit, the past is making a comeback. Not for nothing is Churchill cited time and again by leading politicians, searching for relevant reference points and not for nothing was Dunkirk the blockbuster film of the summer.
Somali piracy off the Horn of Africa was once estimated by the World Bank to cost global trade billions of dollars, and to
This week, crucial decisions at the International Maritime Organisation in London could undermine the central goals of the global climate deal agreed in Paris last December.
A horse has drowned after panicking when its owner took it swimming in the sea, coastguards said. The horse and rider entered
A British child was one of those killed when two ferries collided in Hong Kong, the Foreign Office has confirmed. The child
A British national was among the victims of the Hong Kong ferry disaster, the Foreign Office has confirmed. 38 people were
Two passenger ferries have collided off Hong Kong, killing at least 37 people and leaving around 100 passengers injured. Six
The revamped Cutty Sark, the world's last remaining tea clipper, has been unveiled by the Queen after a £50 million restoration