Nearly 30 per cent of international students are less likely to study in Britain after the country's referendum vote to leave the European Union (EU), according to a survey published by The Independent on Friday.
Travelers line up at an American Airlines ticket counter at O'Hare Airport in Chicago, Illinois, in 2014. Jim Young/REUTERS/File.
LONDON The Bank of England (BoE) must decide over the coming week how much trouble Britain's economy is in following the shock vote to leave the European Union, and how much firepower it can throw at the problem.
At their party's convention this week, Democrats highlighted positive economic news from the Obama era, including the dramatic plunge in unemployment and persistent growth in output.
Wings, wings, wings, I can't get enough of them. One of my three desert island foods, along with ribs and donuts. I had wings for dinner the other night, and not to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day, which is today.