Pipit charges 3.5 per cent per transaction as against an average 9 per cent for remittances.

Pipit Global, a fintech company based in Galway, has gone live with a €300,000 crowdfunding campaign ahead of plans to raise €2 million in a Series A (...)

EVs trigger emissions from both the generation of electricity to charge their batteries, and in their manufacture. The question is - how much? Photograph: PA

While we all watch, warily, the countdown to 2030 and the incoming ban on sales of new internal combustion engines (ICE) cars, there is a significant (...)

Russian president Vladimir Putin: Teams at Oxford University and Imperial College London working on coronavirus vaccines are understood to have been among the targets of hackers. Photograph: ITar-Tass

Russian state-backed hackers have attempted to steal knowledge about coronavirus vaccine development in Britain, the United States and Canada, Britain(...)

Boris Johnson represents ‘a complete absence of principle and an endless capacity for mendacity’. Photograph: Henry Nicholls/Reuters

Blessed are the poo-polishers, for they shall see the kingdom of Brexit. A little over a year ago, when Theresa May browbeat her recalcitrant cabinet(...)

Britain’s Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox visits students taking part in a mock trade negotiation. Photograph: Reuters

As Britain prepares to carry out its own trade negotiations for the first time in decades, the government has launched a scheme to recruit and train s(...)

British foreign secretary Boris Johnson arriving at 10 Downing Street. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire.

One of the architects of the Belfast Agreement has tabled an Amendment to the Brexit Bill to force the British government to guarantee in law a fricti(...)

Conservative party member of parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg delivers a petition against the provision of foreign aid to 10 Downing Street in London on Thursday. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Jacob Rees-Mogg was in Downing Street on Thursday to deliver a petition on behalf of Daily Express readers who want to cut the international aid budge(...)