Milbank LLP is pleased to announce that it has completed its London office move to a state-of-the-art development at 100 Liverpool Street. The new space, comprising 70,000 square feet, has been designed for the firm’s ongoing growth, whilst creating a contemporary business hub for the firm’s clients and its people. Continue reading
Liverpool FC has welcomed global online trading broker, ThinkMarkets, as its new Official Global Trading Partner.
With offices in London, Melbourne, Dubai, and Tokyo, along with hubs in the Asia-Pacific region, Europe and South Africa, ThinkMarkets will work with the club to bring quick and easy access to a wide range of financial trading markets to Liverpool FC supporters across the world. Continue reading
LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (SEPTEMBER 29, 2017) (REUTERS) – After a successful run in the US, the 90’s-inspired series of concerts arrive in the UK. Continue reading
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (MAY 10, 2017) (REUTERS) – Former England captain Wayne Rooney has been charged with a drink-driving offence, Cheshire police said in a statement on Friday (September 1). Continue reading
LONDON COLNEY, NEAR LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (REUTERS) – Liverpool have completed the signing of Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Merseyside club said on Thursday (August 31), for a fee reported to be around 40 million pounds sterling (around 51.5 million US dollars). Continue reading
SADDLEOWRTH MOOR, NEAR MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (REUTERS) -One of Britain’s most notorious killers, “Moors murderer” Ian Brady, who murdered five children with his lover and accomplice Myra Hindley during a sadistic two-year reign of terror in the 1960s died on Monday (May 15). Continue reading
Manchester United’s late equaliser against Liverpool left both sides ruing missed chances.
ABUJA, Jan 5 (Reuters) – List of African Footballer of the
Year award winners: Continue reading
Sunderland and England midfielder Adam Johnson pleads guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child, but denies another two charges.
Britain will spend 500 million pounds (700 million US dollars) per year for the next five years to battle malaria in a partnership with Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates worth a total of 3 billion pounds (4 billion US dollars).