Prime Minister David Cameron will lead tributes in Parliament today to Britain’s only female premier, Margaret Thatcher, who died two days ago, as lawmakers break from their Easter vacation to consider her legacy.
Drugmakers are negotiating with the U.K. over changes to the pharmaceutical pricing system, which expires in 2014, as the government seeks to rein in the cost of the state-run National Health Service .
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne may have jeopardized a U.K. parliamentary inquiry into the bank interest-rate rigging scandal as opposition Labour Party lawmakers rejected his effort to blame them.
Prime Minister David Cameron gave a guarantee that elderly people in residences run by Southern Cross Healthcare Plc won’t lose their care as Britain’s biggest operator of such homes struggles to reverse losses.
Yvette Cooper may be on course to beat her husband Ed Balls to the post of the U.K. Labour Party ’s Treasury spokeswoman opposite Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne after coming top in a poll of lawmakers.
Ed Miliband is struggling to keep the support of his U.K. opposition Labour Party, according to a poll published today, as a new book alleges his narrow victory over brother David for its leadership sparked a bitter feud.