|I'm not sure what constitutes a "British" company as even those on the FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250 sometimes have dual country market listings. But off the top of my head, GlaxoSsmithKline, BP, Barclays, Unilever, SABMiller, AstraZeneca, Royal Mail, Diageo, Anglo American Mining, BAT, BSkyB (I think), BAE, Vodafone, InterContinental Hotels, own overseas companies. |
But SABMiller for example started in South Africa but moved to tphe UK and became UK listed and put their HQ here as soon as apartheid ended, Unilever is half Dutch and half British. So as I said, I'm not sure how one would define "British".