Dott. Giulio Perrotta
Dott. Giulio Perrotta

          Dal "2 Maggio 2012"!

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LA "RASSEGNA STAMPA QUOTIDIANA INTERNAZIONALE" (III PARTE)

Tutte le notizie da "BBC" (Regno Unito)

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BBC News - Home

Strikes on Wednesday 1 February will disrupt daily life - No 10 (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Teachers, university workers, civil servants, train and bus drivers are all striking on 1 February.
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Hillsborough disaster: Families profoundly failed, say police (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Police forces promise "cultural change" as they respond to a critical report into the 1989 disaster.
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Nicola Bulley: Police appeal for key witness in search for dog walker (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The man, aged about 70, was seen in the River Wyre area around the time Nicola Bulley disappeared.
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Just Stop Oil protestors convicted of attacking King waxwork (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Eilidh McFadden and Tom Johnson slapped vegan cakes topped with shaving foam into the model's face.
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French protests intensify against pension age rise to 64 (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Waves of protests take place across France against plans to lift the retirement age from 62 to 64.
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Man admits killing mother and daughter and burying bodies under floor (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Andrew Innes denies murdering Bennylyn and Jellica Burke, claiming he had diminished responsibility.
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Family of Brighton trans woman Alice Litman say her death was due to care delay (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Alice Litman had waited nearly three years to discuss transitioning when she took her own life.
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Black Boy Lane poster installed behind new La Rose Lane sign (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The poster was put up days after a north London road was renamed following concerns about racial connotations.
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Passenger tied to seat after 'punching and spitting' at crew (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The Italian woman, who was arrested on a complaint by crew, has denied the allegations against her.
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Tiny gold Lord's Prayer engraved in eye of needle by Birmingham artist (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Artist Graham Short says he has produced the work he would most like to be remembered for.
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Over-50s at work: 'You feel your usefulness has passed' (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A survey suggests applicants are right when they say employers are less open to hiring older workers.
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Cost of living with food allergies becoming 'unbearable' (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Prices of supermarket staples are rising at the fastest rate in decades, hitting "free from" shoppers hard.
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Cost of living: Cash bonuses behind record number of bank switches (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Up to £200 was offered by some banks to switching customers - prompting the most moves since 2013.
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Can batch cooking help cut your shopping bills? (Sun, 08 Jan 2023)
Suzanne Mulholland's time saving tips have gathered her a significant following on social media.
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Shower at home vs at the gym: What’s cheaper? (Thu, 05 Jan 2023)
We investigate if getting a gym membership could actually save you money in the shower.
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Cost of living: Five tips when asking for a pay rise (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
Recruiters, a manager and a workplace psychologist give their advice on how to negotiate for more money.
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Cost of living: Woman puts cat down jumper to keep warm (Wed, 25 Jan 2023)
Sharon Hearn says she can only afford to heat her home for two hours a day.
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NHS pressures: Staff leave social care for more money (Sat, 21 Jan 2023)
One worker found social care "very rewarding" and would return if he could get truck driver wages.
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UK inflation rate calculator: How much are prices rising for you? (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Use our calculator to find out how much the cost of living is going up in your household.
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Can I get a Cold Weather Payment and how much are they? (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Cold Weather Payments are available to some when there is a run of sub-zero temperatures.
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Why inflation is falling but prices are still rising (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
We report this percentage every month but here are three things you may not know.
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Energy bills rise for 2.5 million homes on Economy 7 (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
Customers on Economy 7 tariffs see bills rise 7.6% despite the government fixing prices until April.
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Energy saving scheme: What is the energy saving scheme for electricity? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
A scheme to reward people for cutting back on electricity use is running for a second day.
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Sam Smith: What's behind I'm Not Here to Make Friends backlash? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Some say I'm Not Here to Make Friends is oversexualised but fans have called out double standards.
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How Egyptian police hunt LGBT people on dating apps (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The BBC has seen evidence of how officers pose as dates online to seek out and arrest their targets.
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Teachers’ strike dates: When are they and will schools close? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Teachers in the biggest unions in England, Scotland and Wales are striking over pay.
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What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
It is three years since the UK left the EU and time to start looking at the evidence.
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Teacher strikes: 'Deciding to close our school has been horrible' (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Wales High School in Rotherham will be closing to most pupils when teachers strike over pay on Wednesday.
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Preet Chandi: Woman sets second world record in polar expedition (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Army officer Preet Chandi, known as Polar Preet, says "it was the toughest thing I've ever done".
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Eurovision: Why is the UK hosting it and when is it on? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Around 160 million people from across the globe will watch the world's biggest song contest live from Liverpool on 13 May.
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Another whale mysteriously washes ashore on US East Coast (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
An increase in beached whales across the US coastline has baffled researchers and environmentalists.
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Mykhailo Mudryk: Chelsea midfielder sorry for using racial slur in TikTok video (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Chelsea forward Mykhailo Mudryk is "deeply sorry for any offence caused" after using a racial slur while reciting a rap song in a TikTok video.
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Alessia Russo: Man Utd reject second world-record bid from Arsenal (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Manchester United say Alessia Russo is "not for sale" at any price after Arsenal make a second world-record bid for the striker.
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Arsenal transfer news: Jorginho bid accepted by Chelsea (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Arsenal agree a £12m deal with Chelsea to sign Italy midfielder Jorginho.
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Dane van Niekerk: South Africa all-rounder out of Women's T20 World Cup squad over fitness issues (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Dane van Niekerk is left out of South Africa's squad for the February's Women's T20 World Cup after failing a fitness test.
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Robert Lewandowski, Zlatan Ibrahimovic & David de Gea: Three transfers that nearly happened (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
As the transfer deadline approaches, BBC Sport's Liam Loftus looks back at three transfers from Premier League history that very nearly happened.
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Six Nations 2023: Halfpenny starts for Wales against Ireland (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Leigh Halfpenny makes his first Test start in 19 months as Warren Gatland recalls veterans to face Ireland in Cardiff.
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All the transfer deadline day deals (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Check out all the confirmed signings from the January transfer window.
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BBC News - UK

Strikes on Wednesday 1 February will disrupt daily life - No 10 (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Teachers, university workers, civil servants, train and bus drivers are all striking on 1 February.
>> Continua a leggere

Hillsborough disaster: Families profoundly failed, say police (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Police forces promise "cultural change" as they respond to a critical report into the 1989 disaster.
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Constance Marten: Police offer £10,000 in missing couple and baby hunt (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Constance Marten is thought to be sleeping rough with her newborn and convicted sex offender partner.
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Paperchase: Tesco buys stationery brand but not its shops (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The supermarket buys the Paperchase brand but not its shops, leaving the future of 820 staff in doubt.
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Family of Brighton trans woman Alice Litman say her death was due to care delay (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Alice Litman had waited nearly three years to discuss transitioning when she took her own life.
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Just Stop Oil protestors convicted of attacking King waxwork (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Eilidh McFadden and Tom Johnson slapped vegan cakes topped with shaving foam into the model's face.
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Man admits killing mother and daughter and burying bodies under floor (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Andrew Innes denies murdering Bennylyn and Jellica Burke, claiming he had diminished responsibility.
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Black Boy Lane poster installed behind new La Rose Lane sign (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The poster was put up days after a north London road was renamed following concerns about racial connotations.
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Preet Chandi: Woman sets second world record in polar expedition (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Army officer Preet Chandi, known as Polar Preet, says "it was the toughest thing I've ever done".
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Tiny gold Lord's Prayer engraved in eye of needle by Birmingham artist (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Artist Graham Short says he has produced the work he would most like to be remembered for.
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Bird charity locked out of Twitter after woodcock tweets (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Elon Musk describes the issues faced by the charity as the "most ironic thing I've read in a while".
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Sam Smith: What's behind I'm Not Here to Make Friends backlash? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Some say I'm Not Here to Make Friends is oversexualised but fans have called out double standards.
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Strike rules: What is a trade union and who is allowed to strike? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Tougher rules for some workers planning strike action have been announced by the government.
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Teachers’ strike dates: When are they and will schools close? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Teachers in the biggest unions in England, Scotland and Wales are striking over pay.
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What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
It is three years since the UK left the EU and time to start looking at the evidence.
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Eurovision: Why is the UK hosting it and when is it on? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Around 160 million people from across the globe will watch the world's biggest song contest live from Liverpool on 13 May.
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Six Nations 2023: How each team is shaping up for the tournament (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The top two sides in the world and two late coaching changes - a look at each team in the 2023 Six Nations.
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Teacher strikes: 'Deciding to close our school has been horrible' (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Wales High School in Rotherham will be closing to most pupils when teachers strike over pay on Wednesday.
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When are the train strikes and why are they taking place? (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Further strikes are taking place in February, as unions demand action on pay and conditions.
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Eurovision 2023: All you need to know in under 50 seconds (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
How much does Eurovision cost and why is Liverpool hosting? Eurovision reporter Daniel Rosney explains.
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Tewkesbury starling murmuration captured on camera (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
People are travelling to Gloucestershire to see the stunning displays.
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Nadhim Zahawi's Stratford-on-Avon constituents on his sacking (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Nadhim Zahawi has been sacked as Conservative Party chairman after an inquiry by the PM's ethics adviser.
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'I couldn't read or write but now I'm saving lives' (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
Richard Henton, who couldn't read or write until he was in his 20s, said helping others was his dream job.
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Keir Starmer on Rod Stewart offering to pay for medical scans (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The Labour leader says it is "absolutely fundamental" that health care remans free at the point of need.
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Joanna Gosling bids an emotional farewell to BBC News live on-air (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Joanna Gosling says goodbye to viewers after 23 years in a job "that's never felt like a job".
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Nicola Bulley: Police appeal for key witness in search for dog walker (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The man, aged about 70, was seen in the River Wyre area around the time Nicola Bulley disappeared.
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Welsh NHS strikes: 'A lot' of operations to be cancelled (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Nurses, ambulance staff, physios and midwives to hold walkouts next week.
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Councils say they face worst ever finance pressure (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Finance chiefs warn services such as libraries, leisure and bin collections could face the brunt of cuts.
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Lurgan: Shane Whitla shot dead in drug feud, court told (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Shane Whitla, 39, died after he sustained gunshot wounds in Lurgan on 12 January.
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Two charged with shooting woman in back garden (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Two men are charged with the murder of Ashley Dale, who was shot in her back garden in August.
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BBC News - Business

Paperchase: Tesco buys stationery brand but not its shops (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The supermarket buys the Paperchase brand but not its shops, leaving the future of 820 staff in doubt.
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UK expected to be only major economy to shrink in 2023 - IMF (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Even sanctions-hit Russia is expected to grow this year, but the IMF says the UK is "on the right track".
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Cost of living: Row over who should police energy prepayment switches (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
A trade body for energy firms says the regulator should ensure rules are followed, but Ofgem hits back.
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Tesco: More than 2,000 jobs set to go due to store changes (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
As well as job changes, Tesco says it will close its counters and hot delis at its supermarkets.
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Shoppers turn to own-label lines to save money (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Sales of value lines have grown 47% in the last year as food prices soar, research suggests.
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Cost of living: One in five eating food beyond use-by date (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A similar number have eaten smaller portions owing to rising prices, with more struggling to stay warm.
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Childcare costs soar as providers feel the pinch (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Prices increased across Britain over the last year due to funding pressures, a survey suggests.
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Jeremy Hunt says significant tax cuts in Budget unlikely (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The chancellor, who outlined a growth plan, says there will be little room for cuts in March.
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National Grid plan: 'We should earn £10 by turning everything off' (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Some people can cut back on electricity to get a bonus payment, but some will earn very little.
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Energy saving scheme: What is the energy saving scheme for electricity? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
A scheme to reward people for cutting back on electricity use is running for a second day.
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Energy saving scheme: National Grid pays people to cut power again due to cold weather (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Discounts will be offered to people who cut their energy use between 16:30 and 18:00 on Tuesday.
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Cold snap triggers freezing weather payment (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
Some people on benefits will receive £25 within the next two weeks after temperatures drop.
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People struggling could get lower energy bills (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
The regulator will also investigate the growth in households being switched to prepayment meters.
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Food suppliers hit back at Tesco chair in price hike row (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
Industry body the Food & Drink Federation says supermarkets are already "very tough" on suppliers.
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Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
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Tech War: Biden moves to halt US exports to Huawei, reports say (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Washington has been tightening its rules on exports of US technology to China for several years.
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UK firefighters vote to strike in row over pay (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The Fire Brigades Union says it will not announce dates for 10 days so employers can table an improved offer.
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JD Sports says 10 million customers hit by cyber-attack (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The sportswear chain says stored data relating to its customers might be at risk following the attack.
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Video streaming subscriptions fall by two million in 2022 (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Households cut back on streaming services in their droves as the cost of living rose sharply.
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Rio Tinto apologises for losing radioactive capsule in Australia (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Rio Tinto says the tiny object went missing while being transported 1,400km across Western Australia.
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Flybe collapse: Shock for staff after new lease of life, says Robinson (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Flybe's collapse concerns workers, but offers from other airlines bring hope, says Gavin Robinson.
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Adani Group says Hindenburg fraud claim 'calculated attack on India' (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Last week the Indian firm owned by Asia's richest man had more than $50bn wiped off its market value.
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Man takes parcel to US to beat Royal Mail ban (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Businesses express frustration at Royal Mail's ban on sending parcels abroad after a cyber-attack.
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Ryanair and EasyJet ready to snap up Flybe staff (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Airlines are inviting employees of the collapsed airline to fill vacancies for cabin crew and other roles.
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Review of BBC economic coverage finds concerns but no systematic bias (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A report into BBC reporting of government financial policies finds "weaknesses" but no systemic bias.
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Flybe administration: Scramble to change plans after airline ceases trading (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
The airline said it was ceasing trading and cancelling all flights, affecting 75,000 passengers.
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Adani Group: Fortune of Asia's richest man hit by fraud claims (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
A report of fraud has sparked a mass sell-off in businesses led by Indian billionaire Gautam Adani.
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HS2 will run through to London Euston, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
This follows reports that rising costs could mean the rail link might stop in the suburbs of west London.
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Rolls-Royce is a burning platform, claims new boss (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Tufan Erginbilgic told staff they faced their "last chance" to turn the engineering company around.
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Warning to 100 funeral directors over price lists (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Businesses could be named and shamed for flouting rules but critics say the those rules need strengthening.
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Plans for more banking hubs as branches close (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
In total, 38 of these shared branches have been announced so far, but only four have opened.
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Call to scrap late-filing penalties for non-taxpayers (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Those on the lowest incomes are being hit hardest by tax penalties, a non-profit says.
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Bosses secretly want staff back in office, says CBI's Tony Danker (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The head of the business lobby group claims the world of work has "gone crazy" since the pandemic.
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What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
It is three years since the UK left the EU and time to start looking at the evidence.
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The new tech offering relief from the misery of period pain (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Two start-up firms are making wearable technology that targets menstrual discomfort.
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Over-50s at work: 'You feel your usefulness has passed' (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A survey suggests applicants are right when they say employers are less open to hiring older workers.
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'Elon Musk has made me embarrassed to drive my Tesla now' (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Elon Musk was once hailed as the secret to Tesla's success. Now he's one of its problems.
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Mobile phone fraud: 'They stole £22,500 using my banking app' (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Banks are being caught off guard by the growing threat of mobile phone fraud, says charity the Fraud Advisory Panel.
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Hemp makes a comeback in the construction industry (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.
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Subscription-based bike hire schemes on a roll (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
A growing number of people are choosing to hire a bicycle over a long period of time.
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Cost of living: How onions became a luxury in the Philippines (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The staple ingredient has become a symbol of the country's rising cost of living.
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Heat pumps: The 'geeks' obsessing over their new heating systems (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
More people are heating their homes with heat pumps and some are getting data obsessed.
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Royal Mail overseas parcels ban 'costing me hundreds of pounds' (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Small businesses are still unable to send new parcels overseas two weeks after the Royal Mail cyber-attack.
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Amazon union fight continues despite workers' win (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Amazon Labor Union leader Chris Smalls says it's time for the firm "to come to the table and negotiate".
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Turning problem sea algae into a replacement for plastic (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
Seaweed and microalgae is increasingly being turned into useful products.
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Croatia, the euro and a coffee controversy - but is it all just froth? (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
Croatia switched to the euro on 1 January, but many feel businesses are taking advantage by hiking their prices.
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BBC News - UK Politics

Strikes on Wednesday 1 February will disrupt daily life - No 10 (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Teachers, university workers, civil servants, train and bus drivers are all striking on 1 February.
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UK expected to be only major economy to shrink in 2023 - IMF (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Even sanctions-hit Russia is expected to grow this year, but the IMF says the UK is "on the right track".
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New powers to curb strike disruption approved by MPs (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Under the bill some employees would have to work during strikes - and could be sacked if they refuse.
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Nadhim Zahawi: Sunak says he handled case decisively (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The PM says he followed "the right process" after learning about claims against Nadhim Zahawi.
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What impact has Brexit had on the UK economy? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
It is three years since the UK left the EU and time to start looking at the evidence.
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Home Office to resume control of tackling migrant Channel crossings (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The Royal Navy cedes control, as the home secretary warns small boats could cost the Tories the election.
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Matt Hancock: I'm a Celeb appearance not primarily about money (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The former health secretary received £320,000 fee entering the jungle, and donated £10,000 to charity.
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Everyone to live 15 minutes from green space or water in England under plans (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
A blueprint is set out to restore nature in England after criticism over pollution and wildlife decline.
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End foreign ownership of utilities, says Reform UK (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The rebranded Brexit Party says critical national infrastructure should be publicly-owned.
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Dominic Raab: Senior civil servant gives evidence to bullying probe (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The bullying inquiry has now taken evidence from figures who have served at the top of government.
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Richard Sharp: Watchdog head steps back from BBC chair probe (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
William Shawcross will no longer lead a review of Richard Sharp's appointment owing to past contacts.
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UK firefighters vote to strike in row over pay (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The Fire Brigades Union says it will not announce dates for 10 days so employers can table an improved offer.
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Grenfell fire: Michael Gove says government guidance was a factor (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
"Faulty and ambiguous" rules were not policed properly by various governments, Michael Gove says.
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Ukraine: Boris Johnson says Putin threatened him with missile strike (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Boris Johnson says he had an "extraordinary" call with President Putin before the Ukraine invasion.
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NEU teacher strikes to go ahead after last-ditch talks fail (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Talks between Education Secretary Gillian Keegan and union chiefs have proved "unproductive".
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NHS plan: £1bn for hospital beds and ambulance fleet (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Extra capacity will help the NHS in England tackle emergency care delays, the prime minister says.
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Childcare costs soar as providers feel the pinch (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Prices increased across Britain over the last year due to funding pressures, a survey suggests.
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A very quick guide to Nadhim Zahawi (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A simple summary of why the chairman of the Conservative Party was sacked.
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Nicola Sturgeon: No apology over transgender prisoner row (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Scotland's first minister insists the government is dealing with the "difficult issues" in an "appropriate" way.
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Levelling up: Process an unmitigated disaster says Mayor of London (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Sadiq Khan tells MPs the government policy adds "little value to London communities".
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Review of BBC economic coverage finds concerns but no systematic bias (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
A report into BBC reporting of government financial policies finds "weaknesses" but no systemic bias.
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Nadhim Zahawi committed a serious breach of ministerial code, says Sunak (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Nadhim Zahawi is sacked as Tory Party chairman after an inquiry finds he failed to disclose investigation into his tax affairs.
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Richard Sharp: Johnson was told to stop asking for loan advice - report (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
The then-PM was told to "no longer" seek advice from Richard Sharp before he became BBC chairman, the Sunday Times reports.
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Asylum seekers missing from Hove hotel arrested for drug offences (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Sussex Police said 76 minors housed in Hove were currently missing.
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Clare Drakeford: Wife of Wales' FM Mark Drakeford dies suddenly (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
Clare Drakeford, the wife of Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford, has died suddenly aged 71.
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Isla Bryson case: Movement of violent transgender prisoners paused (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
The prison service will carry out an urgent review after trans rapist Isla Bryson was placed in a women's jail.
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Ex-leadership let hate spread within Labour - Starmer (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
During a speech in London, the Labour leader attacks his predecessor over the issue of antisemitism.
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Brexit three years on: views from Stratford-upon-Avon (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Like the UK as a whole, the Warwickshire town voted for Brexit by 52 to 48% - how do voters feel now?
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Coastal areas need help to overturn inequalities, report says (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
Levelling-up policies are at risk of failing to turnaround decades of inequality, a report says.
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Nadine Dorries broke rules with talk show role - watchdog (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
The MP should have consulted Parliament's anti-corruption body before taking the job, a watchdog says.
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Jeremy Hunt says significant tax cuts in Budget unlikely (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The chancellor, who outlined a growth plan, says there will be little room for cuts in March.
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Dominic Raab: More civil servants planned to lodge complaints (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
The BBC understands some workers pulled out after they were told they would be identified to Dominic Raab.
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Liberal Democrats targeting Tory seats in election fight back (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Sir Ed Davey has a plan to avoid another Lib Dem general election flop but it will be a challenge.
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Matt Hancock donates 3% of I'm a Celeb fee to charity (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
A hospice in the former health secretary's constituency says it is "grateful for his generosity".
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Councillor rebuked over knitting in Zoom meeting (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
Councillor Rachel Garrick says she knits to cope with pain and it helps her concentrate.
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What is levelling up and who is it helping? (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
The government has awarded funding to projects all over the country as part of its "levelling up" plan.
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Corbyn: Party should 'reflect' on his role as Labour MP (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The former party leader says he will not engage in "hypothetical" questions about his future in Parliament.
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Michael Gove outlines punishments for unsafe cladding developers (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Housing Secretary Michael Gove has told the Commons developers must sign a contract within the next six weeks.
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Sunak on Zahawi report: I acted straight away (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The PM says he will take the "the steps that are necessary" to restore trust in politics.
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Barclay on Zahawi report: The PM acted decisively (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Steve Barclay says “the correct process was followed” by Rishi Sunak, following the publication of a report in to Nadhim Zahawi’s handling of his tax affairs.
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Ukraine: Boris Johnson says Putin made missile threat (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Boris Johnson tells a BBC documentary about an "extraordinary" call with the Russian leader.
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The family that bought the King's bed for £100 (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
How a Victorian bed built for monarchs to sleep in before coronations ended up in a Welsh wool mill.
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Rishi Sunak: PM facing criticism but keen not to act on impulse (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Rishi Sunak resisted those urging him to sack Nadhim Zahawi sooner, writes Political Editor Chris Mason.
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Rishi Sunak: Have his first 100 days been calm or 'cringe'? (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
As the prime minister reaches a key milestone, Laura Kuenssberg assesses his performance so far.
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Why would Boris Johnson need an £800,000 loan? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Sources who know the former PM say he would have used the money to fund his lifestyle.
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PMQs in 70 secs: Starmer and SNP turn up heat over Zahawi (Wed, 25 Jan 2023)
Labour and the SNP question the timing of Rishi Sunak's probe into the Tory party chairman's tax affairs.
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Is Gibraltar stuck between a rock and a hard place? (Wed, 25 Jan 2023)
As talks resume on its future, the British overseas territory fears for its sovereignty and border.
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Who is Nadhim Zahawi? (Sun, 29 Jan 2023)
The Conservative Party chairman, and former chancellor, is sacked amid a row over a tax penalty.
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Should MPs charged with a sexual offence be allowed in the Commons? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
MPs charged with violent or sexual offences could be banned from the building under new proposals.
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Chris Mason: Can Nadhim Zahawi survive tax row inquiry? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The PM's ethics adviser is examining if the Conservative Party chairman broke the ministers' rule book.
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Chris Mason: Trio of incidents pose big questions for Rishi Sunak (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
The PM is forced to confront three issues that test promises he made on his first day in the job.
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Ros Atkins on… Nadhim Zahawi’s tax affairs (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The BBC's Analysis editor explains the background to the tax affairs of Nadhim Zahawi.
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Scotland gender bill: What next for Sunak and Sturgeon? (Tue, 17 Jan 2023)
The Union has a clash on its hands, writes James Cook, BBC News's Scotland editor.
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Laura Kuenssberg: Is Keir Starmer a prime minister in waiting? (Sat, 14 Jan 2023)
Labour are ahead in the polls, but leader Keir Starmer has his work cut out, writes Laura Kuenssberg.
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Freeports: What are they and will they help the economy? (Fri, 13 Jan 2023)
Two freeports have been named in Scotland, adding to the eight already in place in England.
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What has Bridgen said about vaccines? (Thu, 12 Jan 2023)
The Conservative MP has been suspended after a tweet comparing Covid vaccine side effects to the Holocaust.
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Political tensions rise over Teesside crab deaths (Wed, 11 Jan 2023)
How an environmental disaster is turning into a political row over the government's freeports policy.
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NHS crisis: Rishi Sunak knows he will be judged on fixing its problems (Sat, 07 Jan 2023)
The PM says he wants to fix the health service, but there are no easy answers, writes Laura Kuenssberg.
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Strike rules: What is a trade union and who is allowed to strike? (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Tougher rules for some workers planning strike action have been announced by the government.
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Rishi Sunak's five promises analysed (Wed, 04 Jan 2023)
Can the prime minister achieve his promises and is he taking a big political risk in making them?
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What does Rishi Sunak's promise to stop the boats mean? (Wed, 04 Jan 2023)
The issue of people crossing the English Channel in small boats was a key part of Rishi Sunak's speech.
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Could a chatbot answer Prime Minister's Questions? (Tue, 27 Dec 2022)
A robot has given evidence in Parliament, an MP has used a chatbot to write a speech - what next?
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John Stonehouse: Bizarre tale of the MP who faked his own death (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Was John Stonehouse a spy who betrayed his country? Or a naive and broken man? James Naughtie investigates.
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How many people cross the Channel in small boats and where do they come from? (Tue, 03 Jan 2023)
How many people seek asylum in the UK versus other countries, and how many are allowed to stay?
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Pat Cullen: Who is the RCN nursing union boss leading strikes? (Thu, 22 Dec 2022)
The general secretary of the nursing union has led the first nationwide strikes in the profession's history.
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Is the NHS pay review body independent? (Thu, 29 Dec 2022)
Nurses are striking over a pay offer recommended by a review body.
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The two sides of Scotland's gender law debate (Fri, 23 Dec 2022)
MSPs have passed controversial plans to reform gender recognition legislation.
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Does the average nurse earn £34,000 a year? (Thu, 22 Dec 2022)
Nurses have been striking in a dispute about pay. How much do they earn at the moment?
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Laura Kuenssberg: 'No coups, no plots - nobody cares' (Sat, 17 Dec 2022)
The atmosphere at Westminster is the calmest it's been for a long time - but is it enough for the Tory Party?
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Rwanda asylum seekers: 'Fighting to survive' (Mon, 19 Dec 2022)
The BBC goes to Rwanda as a court rules on the UK's plan to send asylum seekers there.
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How much money is the UK government borrowing, and does it matter? (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
How does government borrowing work, and how and when is the money paid back?
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SNP budget may go down in left-leaning history (Thu, 15 Dec 2022)
John Swinney has gone some way to address SNP criticisms with a budget that was devolution in action.
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Is UK inflation going to keep falling? (Wed, 14 Dec 2022)
Inflation is likely to have peaked, but it will remain very high for months to come.
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Laura Kuenssberg: Putin set UK on search for new friends (Sat, 10 Dec 2022)
The UK wants better relations with nations which are neither bad guys nor allies, writes Laura Kuenssberg.
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Would pay demands cost an extra £28bn? (Sun, 11 Dec 2022)
The prime minister and health secretary both claim they would cost an extra £1,000 per household.
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How to be a former prime minister (Sat, 10 Dec 2022)
Two British PMs have left office this year. So what do premiers do once they're no longer in power?
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Is Nicola Sturgeon losing her grip on the SNP? (Wed, 07 Dec 2022)
Does the election of Stephen Flynn as SNP Westminster leader represent a blow to the first minister?
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Cumbria coal mine: Will it threaten the UK's climate targets? (Thu, 08 Dec 2022)
The government has announced the first deep coal mine in 30 years will go ahead in Whitehaven.
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Gambling: Perfect storm predicted in December, experts say (Wed, 07 Dec 2022)
A winter World Cup, a cost-of-living crisis and Christmas coinciding prompts a warning about gambling.
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House of Lords: What is it and what could Labour replace it with? (Wed, 07 Dec 2022)
The House of Lords is "undemocratic" and "indefensible" according to Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
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Eleven gambles that went wrong for Liz Truss (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Nick Robinson looks at the biggest risks taken by Liz Truss during her seven weeks in No 10 - and why they did not succeed.
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The local battles behind Tory housing divisions (Tue, 06 Dec 2022)
Local housing targets are being watered down in the face of a Tory rebellion - but not everyone is happy.
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Can Labour revive its fortunes in Scotland? (Mon, 05 Dec 2022)
The party hopes its proposed constitutional reforms will improve its electoral chances north of the border.
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Strike dates: Who is striking when and what pay do they want? (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
Hundreds of thousands of workers are threatening to walk out causing widespread disruption.
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'I'm living in fear for my life in Afghanistan' (Sat, 03 Dec 2022)
The UK is failing on its promise to help the most vulnerable Afghans come to the UK, MPs and charities say.
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Maxine Peake stages Betty Boothroyd's life in comedy musical: 'This is me letting rip' (Mon, 05 Dec 2022)
Actor Maxine Peake stages pioneering Parliamentarian Betty Boothroyd's story as a comedy musical.
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Why Nigel Farage is wrong about London being 'minority white' (Wed, 30 Nov 2022)
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage claims London, Birmingham and Manchester are "minority white".
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Laura Kuenssberg: Is this the new winter of workers' discontent? (Sat, 26 Nov 2022)
With more strikes, is it time to bring out that Shakespeare quote again, asks Laura Kuenssberg?
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Scottish independence: Will there be a second referendum? (Wed, 23 Nov 2022)
The Scottish government has lost its case in the Supreme Court - so what happens now?
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Everyone to live 15 minutes from green space or water in England under plans (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
A blueprint is set out to restore nature in England after criticism over pollution and wildlife decline.
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Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
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Another whale mysteriously washes ashore on US East Coast (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
An increase in beached whales across the US coastline has baffled researchers and environmentalists.
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Biden restores protections to Alaska's Tongass National Forest (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Logging and road building will be once again banned in much of Alaska's Tongass Forest.
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Government green heating scheme off to slow start (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Take up of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme is lagging behind schedule
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True wild camping on Dartmoor not threatened say landowners (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
They say it is "perfectly understandable" that people are upset that wild camping was restricted.
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Asteroid 2023 BU: Space rock passes closer than some satellites (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
About the size of a bus, the space rock whipped over the southern tip of South America.
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Elms: England greener farming payments detail unveiled (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Landowners and farmers in England are told exactly what environmental work they will be paid for.
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Can these rocks really power light bulbs? No, say the experts (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Viral videos of minerals with apparent electrical properties are not what they seem.
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The man who first discovered plastic in the ocean (Sun, 15 Jan 2023)
In 1971 Edward Carpenter discovered plastic floating about in the Atlantic Ocean.
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What are El Niño and La Niña, and how do they change the weather? (Wed, 11 Jan 2023)
Global temperatures and rain patterns are affected by climate phenomena known as El Niño/La Niña.
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Water pipe robots could stop billions of litres leaking (Mon, 26 Dec 2022)
About 20% of our water supply is lost to leaks and scientists say miniature 'pipe robots' could help.
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Biodiversity: Can we set aside a third of our planet for nature? (Wed, 14 Dec 2022)
Will a plan to protect 30% of the planet for nature by 2030 be agreed and how will it work?
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COP27: What was agreed at the Sharm el Sheikh climate conference? (Thu, 08 Dec 2022)
New money for climate damage, but little progress on emissions. A round up of what was agreed in Egypt.
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Climate change: Five key takeaways from COP27 (Sun, 20 Nov 2022)
The biggest win on climate since the Paris Agreement in 2015... or the biggest loss?
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COP27: Without Greta, activists make waves at climate summit (Tue, 15 Nov 2022)
Young campaigners say they are calling out "greenwashing" at COP27 from the inside.
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COP27: Lack of women at negotiations raises concern (Wed, 16 Nov 2022)
Women barely feature in negotiations in Egypt despite bearing the brunt of climate change.
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Clouds part to reveal colossal Antarctic iceberg (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The EU's Sentinel-2 satellite obtains a crystal clear image of Antarctica's new monster iceberg.
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Webb telescope hunts life's icy chemical origins (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The new super space telescope has been studying some of the darkest, coldest regions of space.
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James Webb telescope traces arcs of dusty star formation (Thu, 12 Jan 2023)
The new super space observatory probes a dynamic star factory 200,000 light years from Earth.
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UK rocket failure is a setback, not roadblock (Tue, 10 Jan 2023)
Plans for the UK to become a satellite-launching state are already well advanced.
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James Webb telescope: Amazing images show the Universe as never before (Sun, 25 Dec 2022)
It's a year since the James Webb telescope launched, and we've marvelled at its pictures ever since.
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BBC News - Technology

Children as young as nine exposed to pornography (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
The consumption of pornography is widespread among children, the children's commissioner says.
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Green projects are boosting UK growth - CBI report (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Projects aimed at lowering carbon emissions are boosting growth in poorer parts of the country.
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Tech War: Biden moves to halt US exports to Huawei, reports say (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Washington has been tightening its rules on exports of US technology to China for several years.
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JD Sports says 10 million customers hit by cyber-attack (Mon, 30 Jan 2023)
The sportswear chain says stored data relating to its customers might be at risk following the attack.
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AmazonSmile closes: Charities say they will suffer (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
Amazon will soon close its charity scheme that allows people to donate by shopping.
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Lockdowns linked to tenfold rise in child sex imagery (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
A charity says its data highlights how predators took advantage of the worldwide Covid-19 situation.
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Warning over risky electric blankets sold online (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
The consumer rights group Which? found products being sold online that could cause electric shocks.
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US hacks back against Hive ransomware crew (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
The US Department of Justice says its operation against the cyber gang was a 21st Century stakeout.
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Donald Trump to be allowed back on to Facebook and Instagram (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
The social media firm Meta said the former US president's suspension will end "in the coming weeks".
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Twitter sued over antisemitic posts left online (Wed, 25 Jan 2023)
Two groups in Germany claim the social network has betrayed users' trust.
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Iranian and Russian hackers targeting politicians and journalists, warn UK officials (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
Politicians and journalists are being targeted with espionage attacks, the UK government is warning.
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Microsoft says services have recovered after widespread outage (Wed, 25 Jan 2023)
Tens of thousands of users of Outlook and Teams were affected earlier on Wednesday.
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US accuses Google of 'driving out' ad rivals (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
A federal lawsuit alleges the tech giant's anti-competitive actions mean more websites need paywalls.
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Elon Musk says Tesla tweet was genuine in fraud case (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The billionaire is accused of defrauding investors after a tweet claiming he had support for a deal.
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BT customer contracts face probe by regulator (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
Ofcom says it is looking into whether two BT companies, EE and Plusnet, have breached rules.
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ChatGPT: Microsoft to invest billions in chatbot maker OpenAI (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
It announces a "multi-year, multibillion dollar investment" with OpenAI to accelerate breakthroughs.
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Spotify cuts jobs in latest round of tech layoffs (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
The music-streaming company says it is shedding 6% of its workforce.
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Ticketmaster apologises for Taylor Swift tour sales fiasco (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The company says it faced an "unprecedented" software attack when the star's Eras tour went on sale.
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Merriam-Webster buys Wordle-style hit game Quordle (Mon, 23 Jan 2023)
US dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster buys Quordle, a Wordle-style five-letter-word guessing game.
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Cyber-crime gangs' earnings slide as victims refuse to pay (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
New research points to a positive trend with ransomware gangs' profits dropping 40% in 2022.
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Climate change: Bill Gates backs Australian start-up targeting cow burps (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
Livestock - such as cows - produce methane when their stomachs are digesting hard fibres.
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Crypto lender Genesis files for bankruptcy (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
The cryptocurrency lender’s collapse is the latest blow to the sector.
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New FTX boss John Ray could bring back bankrupt crypto firm (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
John Ray said he may restart the platform to try to recover "value" for customers who lost money.
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Dentists warn of permanent damage from clear braces ordered online (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
One man said his teeth were not strong enough to bite an apple after wearing aligners bought remotely.
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Google parent Alphabet to cut 12,000 jobs (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
Six per cent of Alphabet's workforce will be lost worldwide, and US staff will be affected immediately.
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AI image creator faces UK and US legal challenges (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Getty Images, one of the worlds biggest picture agencies, is taking action against Stability AI.
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Microsoft to cut 10,000 jobs as spending slows (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Chief executive Satya Nadella says cuts will cost $1.2bn (£972m) as tech firms scale back staff numbers.
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Bitzlato crypto founder charged with $700m financial crimes (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Bitzlato co-founder Anatoly Legkodymov is accused of helping to process $700m in illicit funds.
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Gamers say goodbye to Google's Stadia as platform shuts (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
All purchases are being refunded - but there are worries some games will be lost forever.
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'I use Call of Duty to speak to my family in Iran' (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
Iranians in Birmingham reveal how turmoil in their homeland affects their health and livelihoods.
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Elon Musk trial: Prospective jurors call him narcissistic, smart (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
He could be ordered to pay billions of dollars in damages if he loses the fraud lawsuit over a tweet.
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FTX: Collapsed crypto exchange says $415m was hacked (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
Last week the company told a bankruptcy judge in Delaware that it had recovered over $5bn in assets.
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Netflix offers pay package of up to $385,000 for flight attendant (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
The role on its private jets requires "discretion and outstanding customer service skills".
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Twitter's bird statue sells for $100,000 at auction (Wed, 18 Jan 2023)
After axing staff and scrapping perks, Twitter offloads surplus supplies
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Nick Cave says ChatGPT's AI attempt to write Nick Cave lyrics 'sucks' (Tue, 17 Jan 2023)
The musician responds after a popular chatbot produces lyrics "in the style of Nick Cave".
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Wikipedia criticises 'harsh' new Online Safety Bill plans (Tue, 17 Jan 2023)
The legislation shouldn't treat community-run sites like big tech firms its foundation says.
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Twitter: Five ways Elon Musk has changed the platform for users (Mon, 16 Jan 2023)
Twitter users say the social network has "a different vibe" since the billionaire took charge.
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Industrial espionage: How China sneaks out America's technology secrets (Mon, 16 Jan 2023)
The true extent of commercial spying is unknown but experts say it is "pervasive".
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Car-sharing app offers private vehicles for hire (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
BBC Click's Nick Kwek test drives a car from a firm offering an alternative to traditional rentals.
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Musk's Boring Company shows off Las Vegas tunnels (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
The BBC's James Clayton visited the tunnel network carrying passengers in Tesla cars.
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Punchbags become smart with activity-tracking cover (Thu, 26 Jan 2023)
BBC Click’s Lara Lewington tries out some of the latest fitness technology.
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I have low vision, so I built an app to help others like me (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
Adjustable smartphone camera filters change how things look, helping users see more easily.
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What are Meta's Quest Pro and HTC’s Vive XR Elite like to use? (Thu, 19 Jan 2023)
BBC News technology editor Zoe Kleinman tries two new headsets that can transport you to virtual worlds.
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How to add 'sizzle' to meat-free products (Tue, 31 Jan 2023)
Firms are creating artificial animal fats that they promise will make meat-free products taste better.
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North West Computer Museum aims to give new life to old consoles (Sat, 28 Jan 2023)
This new computer museum is ready to help you try and bring it back to life.
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Hemp makes a comeback in the construction industry (Fri, 27 Jan 2023)
A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.
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Heat pumps: The 'geeks' obsessing over their new heating systems (Tue, 24 Jan 2023)
More people are heating their homes with heat pumps and some are getting data obsessed.
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The race to make diesel engines run on hydrogen (Fri, 20 Jan 2023)
Ordinary diesel trucks could be converted to a hydrogen-diesel mix, according to researchers in Australia.
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'It had just vanished' - the shock when tech fails (Tue, 17 Jan 2023)
Cloud computing is a popular way for firms to buy computing but, when it fails, chaos ensues.
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Lucky Girl Syndrome: Smug TikTok trend or life-changing positivity? (Sat, 14 Jan 2023)
Lucky Girl Syndrome promotes positive thinking, manifesting good vibes and is spreading online.
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India targets China's dominance in mobile phones (Fri, 13 Jan 2023)
There's some way to go, but India hopes to build its own world-class mobile phone industry.
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Gadgets unveiled at CES but Russia is banned (Wed, 04 Jan 2023)
Thousands have come to Las Vegas for one of the world's largest technology shows.
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Could floating solar farms survive out at sea? (Tue, 10 Jan 2023)
Engineers are working on building solar farms robust enough to survive in the open ocean.
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Ukraine war: What does facial recognition software make of Putin’s backdrop crowd? (Sat, 07 Jan 2023)
There's been speculation public meetings with President Putin have been staged.
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Flying boats and other tech for cleaner shipping (Fri, 06 Jan 2023)
The shipping industry is experimenting with foils, sails and fuel to make itself less carbon intensive.
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Tech trends 2023: Flying taxis and satellite phones (Fri, 23 Dec 2022)
From the latest in electric aircraft to the satellites that connect to phones, next year's emerging tech.
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The cargo hauling aircraft with no pilots on board (Tue, 20 Dec 2022)
Rejecting deliveries to the doorstep, some drone makers are betting on bigger pilot-free aircraft.
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