With more music being released on streaming than ever before, artists in UK stare into the abyss of their bank accounts
Not enough of streaming revenue has made its way to musicians, and the major platforms’ model tends to over-reward stars at the expense of everybody else.
From resolving trade, migration issues to cooperation on Indo-Pacific security: Key highlights of India-UK vision 2030
As part of the British tilt to the Indo-Pacific, the UK has announced the deployment of Carrier Strike Group in the Indo-Pacific Region. India, on its part, has agreed to conduct joint exercises with the CSG later this year and also launch a new maritime dialogue
The countries agreed to negotiate a comprehensive and balanced Free Trade Agreement including an interim trade pact for delivering early gains
Premier League: British PM Boris Johnson reacts to anti-Glazer protest, says he understands ‘people’s strength of feeling’
Fans invaded Old Trafford and ran onto the pitch Sunday as part of a demonstration against United's owners, the US-based Glazer family.
COVID-19 crisis: From friends US and UK to arch-rivals Pakistan and China, international community vows aid to India
Countries like United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, China, and Pakistan have assured support in replenishing India's stocks of oxygen and COVID-19 treatment drugs like remdesivir
The UK High Commission announcement that more than 600 pieces of vital medical equipment will be sent comes after a request from India and a pledge from Boris Johnson
Szymanski said the business case for a revamped European competition is strong, given the continent's biggest clubs are already global brands but are struggling to recover from the pandemic and recoup a greater share of broadcast revenues.
During several leaders' talks, phone-dialling beeps intruded, while there were several times when stray voices talked over leaders
European Super League: Chelsea preparing to ask out of breakaway league after backlash from other clubs, fans
Chelsea were preparing documents to tell the Super League they want out of the 12-team plan, a person with knowledge of the decision said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vows to show Super League 'red card' ahead of meeting with football chiefs
Johnson told fans he would do everything he can to give the European Super League a "straight red" card.
Britain's government vowed on Monday to do "whatever it takes" to protect football, raising the possibility of invoking competition law to block a proposed new European Super League by breakaway clubs
Johnson will instead speak to Prime Minister Narendra Modi later this month to launch their plans for the future UK-India partnership, with their physical meeting expected later in the year
We take a look at some of the reaction to the news of breakaway European Super League by 12 of the biggest clubs.
Premier League: Prime Minister Boris Johnson denies attempting to aid Saudi bid for Newcastle United
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent private WhatsApp messages to Johnson in June last year demanding that the English Premier League "reconsider and correct its wrong conclusion" blocking the takeover, the Daily Mail reported.
Coronavirus regulations that were expected to last no more than a few months have now been in place for a year, causing tensions between police and the public
The Metropolitan Police Service said it had made 36 arrests, most for breaching months-old virus regulations that outlaw leaving home except for a limited number of reasons
During the UK prime minister's visit, a much-anticipated India-UK Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP) is expected to be finalised
The British government is holding talks with UEFA about hosting more games due to rising cases across the continent and the slow roll out of vaccines.
The 2022 World Cup will take place in Qatar, while the 2026 tournament is to be held in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The competition was postponed last year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic but is due to begin on 11 June.