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

Covid: UK seeing second wave, says Boris Johnson (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson says he doesn't want another lockdown - but national measures may need to be tightened.
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New Covid-19 rules for more parts of North and Midlands (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
People will not be able to socialise with other households in their homes or gardens.
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Thousands in Madrid to lock down amid virus spike (Sat, 19 Sep 2020)
New restrictions in the Spanish capital come as Europe braces itself for a second wave of infections.
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Coronavirus: 'Widespread virus growth across the country' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The R number has risen to between 1.1 and 1.4 as officials warn of "far worse things to come".
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Covid: Can a 'circuit break' halt the second wave? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Can a short burst of national restrictions change the course of the epidemic?
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Brexit: Amal Clooney quits government envoy role over law break plan (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
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Coronavirus: Care home visitors to be supervised at all times (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The government's winter plan says staff should watch to ensure visitors maintain social distancing.
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Mark D'arcy-Smith: Victim's relief at fine for pub banana order (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A man is found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence for sending the fruit to a black man.
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Covid restrictions in London 'increasingly likely' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Mayor Sadiq Khan says he is concerned by evidence showing the spread of the virus is "accelerating".
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Coronavirus: US health chiefs reverse advice on Covid-19 testing (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The CDC caused controversy in August by saying that anyone without symptoms should not be tested.
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Stolen books worth £2.5m found under floor of Romanian house (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The "irreplaceable" works, including a first edition by Galileo, were taken in a dramatic London heist.
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Woolton Picture House: 'Heartwarming' response reverses closure decision (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Woolton Picture House says the outpouring in response to its closure was "beyond expectation".
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Woman who sued police for changing vomit-covered clothes loses case (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A judge says officers did not breach a woman's rights when they put her in clean, dry clothes.
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Who is Tatiana Maslany, the new star of She-Hulk? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The Emmy-winning Orphan Black star will play the cousin of Bruce Banner in the upcoming series.
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Siberia landscape scarred by climate change (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Scientists are warning about the consequences of vast swathes of ground thawing in Siberia.
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Thai national park sends rubbish back to tourists (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
If you're leaving your rubbish in a Thai national park, you might be reunited with it by post.
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Quiz of the week: Who scored the Premier League's opening goal? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
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Breaking down the Brexit border problem (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
BBC's Ros Atkins explains the latest Brexit row and the thorny issue of customs checks and Northern Ireland.
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Climate Change: Is the movement diverse enough? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Too white? Too middle class? Activist Fatima explores the climate change movement's diversity.
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Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Scientists say wildfires in Siberia, Russia, have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming.
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Banksy loses battle with greetings card firm over 'flower bomber' trademark (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The elusive artist was "inconsistent with honest practices" in the case, EU authorities say.
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California and Oregon 2020 wildfires in maps, graphics and images (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A visual guide to the wildfires ravaging California, Oregon and other western states.
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Covid-19 Singapore: A ‘pandemic of inequality’ exposed (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Life has returned to normal for many in Singapore, but one group of people still remain in lockdown.
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US election: Are older Trump voters sticking with him? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The US president relied on over-65s to win the White House in 2016 but their support this time is not assured.
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India's Covid crisis sees rise in child marriage and trafficking (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Reports of under-age marriage and child labour rose as the lockdown pushed people deeper into poverty.
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Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park roadies start own band (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
They've worked with some of the biggest artists on the planet, but now they're going solo.
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Alicia Keys: 'I felt I was from another planet' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The R&B star on feeling like an "outsider", police brutality and the advice she gave Billie Eilish.
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'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
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How the Kanneh-Masons hope to demystify classical music (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The siblings on making their first group album with help from Michael Morpurgo and Olivia Colman.
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US election 2020: When will we get a result for the US election? (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Lots of postal ballots, legal disputes and stubborn candidates could delay the results.
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Man City's Aguero could be out for two months, says Guardiola (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola fears Sergio Aguero could miss the first two months of the Premier League season.
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Liverpool sign Thiago from Bayern for £20m and set sights on Wolves' Jota (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Liverpool sign Thiago Alcantara from Bayern Munich on a four-year contract for £20m and target Wolves forward Diogo Jota.
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DeChambeau climbs in tough conditions at US Open (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Bryson DeChambeau moves to within two shots of US Open leader Justin Thomas as the early starters faced tough conditions on day two.
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Bale arrives at Tottenham training ground to complete loan move (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale arrives at Tottenham Hotspur's training ground as he nears a return to the club.
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Andersen wins second Tour stage of 2020 as Bennett extends green jersey lead (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Soren Kragh Andersen secures his second stage win of the 2020 Tour de France as Primoz Roglic keeps his his grip on the yellow jersey.
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Man Utd agree terms with Porto full-back Telles - Saturday's football gossip (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Manchester United close in on full-back, relief at Real Madrid, Chelsea face new demands over goalkeeper move, plus more.
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Covid rules: Which areas are under new coronavirus restrictions? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Parts of north-west England, West Yorkshire and the Midlands are now facing extra restrictions.
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Europe lockdown: New coronavirus rules country-by-country (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
What are European countries doing to control new coronavirus outbreaks?
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Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
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Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.
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What is the rule of six? (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Coronavirus cases are increasing, so what are the rules on social distancing?
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UK travel restrictions: Which countries are on the UK's quarantine lists? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Key holiday spots are being regularly added to the travel quarantine list as infection rates rise.
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Coronavirus testing: What's going wrong? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Empty testing centres, overstretched labs and rising demand - what is behind the UK's problems?
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Coronavirus: Can my child go to school with a cold? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Schools are adopting measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus and keep pupils safe.
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Naomi Osaka: How a shy introvert has found her voice to become tennis' new leader (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
The softly spoken Naomi Osaka is finding her voice to become a leader on and off the tennis court, after her second US Open title.
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BBC News - UK

Covid: UK seeing second wave, says Boris Johnson (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson says he doesn't want another lockdown - but national measures may need to be tightened.
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Covid restrictions in London 'increasingly likely' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Mayor Sadiq Khan says he is concerned by evidence showing the spread of the virus is "accelerating".
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Coronavirus: Care home visitors to be supervised at all times (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The government's winter plan says staff should watch to ensure visitors maintain social distancing.
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Coronavirus: 'Widespread virus growth across the country' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The R number has risen to between 1.1 and 1.4 as officials warn of "far worse things to come".
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Covid in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon issues warning over tougher rules (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The first minister says some "hard but necessary" decisions will need to be taken in the coming days.
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Brexit: Amal Clooney quits government envoy role over law break plan (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
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Adnan Ahmed: 'Pick-up artist' conviction quashed on appeal (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Adnan Ahmed was jailed last October for targeting young women in Glasgow and South Lanarkshire.
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Admiral boss gives staff £10m as retirement farewell (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
"Saying thank you to all Admiral staff in this way is the right thing to do," says David Stevens.
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'Voluntary lockdown' plea to St Andrews University's students (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
St Andrews University's principal has asked students to stay in their rooms as much as possible this weekend.
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Woman who sued police for changing vomit-covered clothes loses case (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A judge says officers did not breach a woman's rights when they put her in clean, dry clothes.
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Bedfordshire dogs thefts: Police release suspect images (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Eight dogs said to be worth "about £50,000" were stolen on Sunday.
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Award for Dorset newspaper girl who made life-saving call (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Naomi Jupp made a life-saving call after noticing an elderly man wasn't picking up his newspapers.
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Covid: Can a 'circuit break' halt the second wave? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Can a short burst of national restrictions change the course of the epidemic?
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‘Another lockdown would be disastrous for our business’ (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Restaurants and pubs are concerned new coronavirus restrictions could spell the end of their businesses.
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New Covid-19 rules for more parts of North and Midlands (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
People will not be able to socialise with other households in their homes or gardens.
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Coronavirus: Testing problems leaving families in limbo (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Parents are missing work and children kept home from school as they wrestle with the testing system
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Puppy prices soar during coronavirus lockdown (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The cost of a puppy has more than doubled, with dogs typically selling for nearly £1,900.
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Coronavirus: Second wave coming as UK's R number rises (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
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Coronavirus: London's New Year's Eve fireworks cancelled (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Mayor Sadiq Khan says "we simply can't afford to have numbers of people congregating".
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Coronavirus: Shielding unlikely in second Covid-19 wave (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Staying isolated could cause more harm to people's mental health, the Welsh Government says.
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Coronavirus: Van Morrison lockdown protest songs 'dangerous' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
NI Health Minister Robin Swann says the Belfast-born artist should sing songs about saving lives.
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Coronavirus testing: Simple test gives results in 90 minutes (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The device is already being used in some hospitals to identify Covid patients.
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Covid rules: Which areas are under new coronavirus restrictions? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Parts of north-west England, West Yorkshire and the Midlands are now facing extra restrictions.
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Coronavirus now 19th most common cause of death in Wales (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Latest mortality figures show how deaths continue to decline in Wales since the peak of the pandemic.
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Staff blamed for Covid outbreak at Bacup primary school (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The eight staff were "ill advised" to attend a party for a former colleague, the head told parents.
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Lockdown 'sexting' blackmail concerns for young people sharing images (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
One victim was duped into sending nude photographs to someone she later found out was an adult.
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My NHS dentist can fix my son's teeth - if we go private (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Why are some dentists able to carry out work on private patients which they are not allowed to do on the NHS?
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Will Halloween and birthday parties be cancelled in Scotland? (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The first minister has not ruled out a ban on guising as she warns 'necessary' steps will be taken to halt the spread of coronavirus.
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Where might next Welsh lockdown be? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Health officials are looking for any signs case rates are moving too high - and too fast.
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Six months of heartbreak and loss (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Three women describe the different ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic has affected them.
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How stolen Hindu idols were discovered in UK (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Officials in India and the UK worked together to find the bronze sculptures.
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Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus? (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.
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Coronavirus: How to get a Covid test (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
What are the tests for coronavirus, who are they for and how do they work?
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'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
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How the Kanneh-Masons hope to demystify classical music (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The siblings on making their first group album with help from Michael Morpurgo and Olivia Colman.
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Quiz of the week: Who scored the Premier League's opening goal? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on during the past seven days?
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Rail replacement services 'humiliating' disabled people (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Rules on accessible buses come into force at the end of year but operators say there are not enough.
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Drive-in Car Park Panto to tour UK (Oh yes it is!) (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Fans of the festival favourite can watch it from inside their vehicles, instead of a theatre.
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Covid-19: Prime minister says UK 'seeing a second wave' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK is experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.
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Covid: 'Mixed messages' in new lockdown measures (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The BBC speaks to residents of Spennymoor, County Durham, about the confusion surrounding the new measures.
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Climate Change: Is the movement diverse enough? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Too white? Too middle class? Activist Fatima explores the climate change movement's diversity.
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Breaking down the Brexit border problem (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
BBC's Ros Atkins explains the latest Brexit row and the thorny issue of customs checks and Northern Ireland.
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What maths is involved in stirring a cup of tea? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A professor has won £2.3m for applying complex maths to simple situations - like stirring tea.
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Being a fresher during coronavirus (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
First year students describe their first impressions of university life, with Covid restrictions in place.
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Bestival death: Ceon Broughton will not face retrial (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
No further action will be taken against the boyfriend of Louella Fletcher-Michie, the CPS says.
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Scottish tourist Anthony McDowall dies after balcony fall in Turkey (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Local reports said Anthony McDowall, 28, fell from a ledge on the seventh floor of a hotel in Istanbul.
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Coronavirus: Five more Covid-19 hospital deaths confirmed in NI (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The Southern Trust says two more patients have died at Craigavon Hospital and three at Daisy Hill.
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Covid: Call for answers over English visits to RCT test centre (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
People from England are being directed to the centre in locked-down Rhondda Cynon Taf, an MP says.
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Woman sentenced for beauty queen wineglass attack (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
China Gold broke her glass on Olivia Cooke before striking her in the face with the broken vessel.
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BBC News - Business

‘Another lockdown would be disastrous for our business’ (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Restaurants and pubs are concerned new coronavirus restrictions could spell the end of their businesses.
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UK DIY sales soar but clothing stores fall behind (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The amount of retail sales continued to climb in August, but some sectors are still struggling.
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TikTok and WeChat: US to ban app downloads in 48 hours (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The ban on downloading the apps in the US takes effect on Sunday unless President Trump intervenes.
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Jo Malone denounces her former brand's John Boyega decision (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The British perfumer says removing actor John Boyega from his own advert was "utterly despicable".
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Admiral boss gives staff £10m as retirement farewell (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
"Saying thank you to all Admiral staff in this way is the right thing to do," says David Stevens.
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No new 2p or £2 coins to be made for 10 years (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Coin mountains in storage mean The Royal Mint has no plans to produce any more for a decade.
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Rail nationalisations may be coming down the track (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Control of certain struggling franchises could be handed back to the government, sources say.
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Thomas Cook's Chinese owner sees sunny horizons (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Fosun has plans for concept stores, new resorts and a lifestyle platform for the travel brands it owns.
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Liam Fox still in running for WTO chief as race narrows (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The ex-international trade secretary is in the final five for World Trade Organization job.
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Coronavirus: Singapore and Thailand added to England's 'quarantine-free' list (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
But those coming from Slovenia and Guadeloupe to England and Scotland will now have to quarantine.
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'Nearly two-thirds' of workers commuting again, says ONS (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Some 62% reported commuting to work last week, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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Brexit: Hauliers' meeting with Michael Gove 'a washout' (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The Road Haulage Association says there was "no clarity" on border checks after the transition period.
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Rising virus rates threaten economy, warns Bank (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Bank of England says a no-deal Brexit is another risk as it keeps interest rates at historic low.
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Lionel Messi wins nine-year fight to trademark his surname (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The European Union's highest court rules in favour of the footballer after a nine-year legal battle.
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John Lewis scraps bonus for first time since 1953 (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The partnership posted a huge £635m loss in the six months to July as costs soared during the pandemic.
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'For me whale meat is my childhood, my memories' (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Sales of whale meat rise in Norway, helped by more Norwegians going on staycations.
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How e-commerce is exploding in South Africa (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
E-commerce has been one sector that has boomed in South Africa during the pandemic.
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Coronavirus: How we faced redundancy in lockdown (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Young people are losing more jobs than any other age group - Newsbeat has been speaking to some of them.
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Teen entrepreneurs’ top business tips (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Two young businessmen who started their ventures when they were at school share their advice on how to sustain your business during the pandemic.
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CEO Secrets: 'We gave staff shares, not salaries' (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
The start-up that paid its staff in shares instead of salaries.
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When changing a light bulb is a really big deal (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Lighthouses have been upgrading to more efficient LED lights, but for some that is a step too far.
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How her own illness led one woman to set up a global firm (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
Jules Miller set up dietary supplements firm The Nue Co after suffering irritable bowel syndrome.
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Nvidia chief: ARM is a technology jewel (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
The chief executive of Nvidia explains why he is buying UK chip designer ARM in a $40bn deal.
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BBC News - UK Politics

Covid: UK seeing second wave, says Boris Johnson (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson says he doesn't want another lockdown - but national measures may need to be tightened.
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Brexit: Amal Clooney quits government envoy role over law break plan (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
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Liam Fox still in running for WTO chief as race narrows (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The ex-international trade secretary is in the final five for World Trade Organization job.
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Brexit: Hauliers' meeting with Michael Gove 'a washout' (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The Road Haulage Association says there was "no clarity" on border checks after the transition period.
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Coronavirus: Sir Keir Starmer says evictions ban 'must be extended' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The Labour leader calls for a "credible plan" for renters before the measure runs out on Sunday.
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Brexit: NI told to start work on checkpoints at sea ports (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A letter, seen by BBC News NI, says it is critical checks at sea ports are in place.
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Brexit: New campaign to help Brits with travel advice (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A public information campaign reminds travellers to the EU to have six months left on their passports.
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Home Office immigration unit has 'no idea' - MPs (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The department does not know what its £400m-a-year immigration enforcement unit achieves, MPs warn.
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Biden says US trade deal hinges on UK 'respect' for Good Friday Agreement (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The presidential candidate says peace in Northern Ireland cannot become a "casualty of Brexit".
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PM's Brexit compromise is 'not enough', says Lord Howard (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The ex-Tory leader said government plans to amend a controversial legislation do not go far enough.
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Coronavirus: Jacob Rees-Mogg criticises 'carping' over tests (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The minister praises "phenomenal success" of virus testing but Labour have called for an apology.
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Tom Watson hired by gambling giant Paddy Power as adviser (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Labour's former deputy leader - who has campaigned for tougher gambling laws - joins Paddy Power owner.
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Coronavirus: Club treasurer's anger over Doncaster trip claim (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
A treasurer said his club was "dragged" in the mud after a minister linked a cluster to a bus trip.
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Sir Keir Starmer urges Scottish Labour factions to unite (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The UK Labour leader holds face-to-face talks with his Scottish counterpart, who is facing calls to quit.
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Chris Grayling to advise ports operator in £100,000 role (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The former transport secretary's part-time job is with the owner of Harwich and Felixstowe terminals.
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Lord Keen: Scottish Tory leader says new advocate general will be found (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
The Scottish Tory leader dismisses claims the UK government will not find anyone willing to replace Lord Keen.
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Tory MP David Morris told to apologise for breaching donation rules (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale was found to have lobbied for a firm after receiving £10,000.
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Coronavirus: Speak to those breaking rule of six first before calling police - PM (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson says he is not a fan of "sneak culture" over his new rule banning gatherings larger than six.
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Coronavirus: Disabled people fear losing their job (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
In a letter to No 10, campaigners say disabled people are being 'forgotten' in virus recovery plans.
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Second national lockdown would be 'disastrous' - PM (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson says the government is doing "everything in our power" to prevent another lockdown.
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Williamson defends use of calculated exam grades (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Education secretary tells MPs replacement grades was right idea, but system had too many errors.
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PMQs: Angela Rayner accuses Boris Johnson of 'incompetence' at PMQs (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
But the prime minister said the government was facing the most "difficult dilemmas of any modern government".
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Serious criminals to serve more time in jail in justice shake-up (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
The justice secretary hails changes to criminal tariffs as a "fundamental shift" to punish offenders.
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Coronavirus: 'Sacked' MP resolves dispute with care home (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Nadia Whittome had said she was pushed out after speaking out about PPE shortages.
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Brexit freight system 'won't be ready on time' (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Logistics trade body says the smart freight system is 'unlikely to be ready' by year end.
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Don't give prime ministers the power to choose election date, say MPs (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Boris Johnson wants to scrap the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, which sets the date of the next election.
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Coronavirus: Sir Keir Starmer calls for furlough scheme replacement (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The Labour leader also warns of the "scarring effect" of "mass unemployment" on communities.
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Brexit: Advice issued to civil servants worried about breaking law (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Junior staff told what to do if they are uncomfortable with ministers' demands, BBC Newsnight learns.
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Sentences to double for attacks on emergency workers (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
New laws will increase maximum jail terms for assaults on front-line workers to two years.
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Rishi Sunak: New ways to protect jobs 'my priority' (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Chancellor Rishi Sunak says he is looking for "creative" solutions as unemployment hits a two-year high.
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Removing graffiti will 'boost confidence' in railway, says Shapps (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The transport secretary says quicker action will help give passengers "confidence" to return.
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Coronavirus: Ebbsfleet Covid-19 test centre shut to become lorry park (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The Ebbsfleet testing centre is to make way for a lorry park for post-Brexit customs checks.
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Brexit: Internal Market Bill clears first hurdle in Commons (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
MPs back the Internal Market Bill by 77 votes despite criticism it risks breaching international law.
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Coronavirus: Testing problems to be solved in weeks, says Hancock (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The health secretary says testing policy will be updated to prioritise the most urgent cases.
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Charlie Elphicke: Ex-MP jailed for sex assaults on women (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Charlie Elphicke, the ex-Tory MP for Dover, was convicted of sexually assaulting two women.
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Unison: Care workers who made £4 an hour awarded in £100,000 court case (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
After a court case awarded home carers more than £100,000, a union has called for intervention.
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Young people hit as unemployment rate rises (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The unemployment rate increases to 4.1% from 3.9%, its highest level for two years.
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Chief scientist 'told off' for lockdown plea (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
An email exchange uncovered by the BBC reveals disharmony in the top ranks of decision makers.
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Coronavirus: Report 'rule of six' breaches, minister urges (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
It comes as England, Scotland and Wales introduce limits on gatherings, with some key differences.
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Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon seeks 'urgent' talks over testing backlog (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
Scotland's first minister says she has "very serious concerns" about an apparent delay in processing tests.
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Coronavirus: Sir Keir Starmer self-isolating after household 'symptoms' (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
The Labour leader will not speak in the Commons Brexit debate as he follows coronavirus guidelines.
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Covid-19: Prime minister says UK 'seeing a second wave' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK is experiencing a second wave of Covid-19.
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Grieving families demand coronavirus deaths inquiry (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Grieving families are demanding an inquiry into coronavirus deaths.
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Brexit: Keir Starmer on Amal Clooney's resignation (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The Labour leader says he is "not surprised" by Amal Clooney's decision to resign her role as special envoy on media freedom.
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Breaking down the Brexit border problem (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
BBC's Ros Atkins explains the latest Brexit row and the thorny issue of customs checks and Northern Ireland.
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Baroness Harding on requests for coronavirus test (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
It is “quite hard to give you an accurate figure” on demand for virus tests, says Test and Trace boss.
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Trade talks: Why chicken, cheese, and cod are a tricky menu (Thu, 10 Sep 2020)
The UK this week pursues simultaneous talks with Japan, the US and EU to secure its post-Brexit future.
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What is the row over UK 'internal markets' all about? (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The Scottish and UK governments are gearing up for another constitutional battle over Brexit.
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Brexit: What is the Northern Ireland protocol and why is it needed? (Wed, 09 Sep 2020)
What is the plan to avoid checks along the Irish border?
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What tasks lie ahead on the return to Stormont? (Sun, 06 Sep 2020)
This autumn will see no let up in business for the NI Assembly, as MLAs return to the chamber.
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Alligator on gas snaps up Ig Nobel prize (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The 2020 Ig Nobel prizes honour crocodilian vocalisations, narcissistic eyebrows and vibrating worms.
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Climate change: Earthquake 'hack' reveals scale of ocean warming (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Using sound waves from underwater earthquakes, researchers can more accurately measure sea temperatures.
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Siberia landscape scarred by climate change (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Scientists are warning about the consequences of vast swathes of ground thawing in Siberia.
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'Total failure' on English river water quality (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Pollutants still blight all of England's rivers, lakes and streams, the Environment Agency says.
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What maths is involved in stirring a cup of tea? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A professor has won £2.3m for applying complex maths to simple situations - like stirring tea.
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California and Oregon 2020 wildfires in maps, graphics and images (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A visual guide to the wildfires ravaging California, Oregon and other western states.
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Spider-like toxins found in Australia's stinging trees (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
A team of scientists say this explains why those stung feel intense pain lasting for days or even weeks.
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Plug-in hybrids are a 'wolf in sheep's clothing' (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Although marketed as a green option, the cars cause more polluting than is claimed, campaigners say.
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Why forest fires in Siberia, Russia threaten us all (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Scientists say wildfires in Siberia, Russia, have been releasing record amounts of greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming.
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'Boring' research reveals what lies beneath Glasgow (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Renewable energy study looks into the secrets of the rocks on which the city's east end stands.
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UK Space Agency funds tech for orbital awareness (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Grants will promote ideas to detect, characterise and track the millions of objects moving overhead.
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Experts call for new era for wildlife in UK (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Conservation experts urge the prime minister to take a lead on reversing the decline in nature.
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Bear from Ice Age found 'completely preserved' in Russian Arctic (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The ancient bear, unearthed by reindeer herders, has been hailed as a find of "great importance".
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Google says its carbon footprint is now zero (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
The technology giant has also pledged to be using only carbon-free energy by 2030.
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Plastic pollution: Washed clothing's synthetic mountain of 'fluff' (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Scientists calculate how many tiny fibres our polyester and nylon garments lose in the wash.
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Is there life floating in the clouds of Venus? (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
Telescope observations spy a gas high in the atmosphere of Venus that on Earth is made by microbes.
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Extinction: Urgent change needed to save species, says UN (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
Humanity is at a crossroads and action is needed to slow nature's accelerating decline, says the UN.
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Climate change: Warmth shatters section of Greenland ice shelf (Mon, 14 Sep 2020)
A big chunk of ice breaks away from the Arctic's largest remaining ice shelf - 79N, or Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden.
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Ship with no crew to sail across the Atlantic (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
A full-size, crewless research ship is to make one of the world's first autonomous transatlantic voyages.
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Wildlife in 'catastrophic decline' due to human destruction, scientists warn (Thu, 10 Sep 2020)
Conservation group WWF says global wildlife populations have shrunk by two-thirds since 1970.
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Brian Cox and Adele's producer Paul Epworth discuss music and the cosmos (Sun, 13 Sep 2020)
How do physics and space travel inspire musicians? Award-winning producer Paul Epworth finds out.
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China claims 'important breakthrough' in space mission shrouded in mystery (Wed, 09 Sep 2020)
Very little is known about the Chinese vehicle that has been compared to the US's X-37 space plane.
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BBC News - Technology

TikTok and WeChat: US to ban app downloads in 48 hours (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The ban on downloading the apps in the US takes effect on Sunday unless President Trump intervenes.
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Police launch homicide inquiry after German hospital hack (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Woman dies being transferred from German hospital which is hit by hackers.
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Google and Facebook under pressure to ban children's ads (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
An open letter from academics and politicians also targets Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.
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Twitter beefs up security for US election candidates (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
The social network has activated password reset protections and is demanding stronger passwords.
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Tech Tent: ARM, TikTok and the battle for tech supremacy (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Two tech giants caught up in the trade war between the US and China.
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Nintendo 3DS discontinued after almost a decade (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
With more than 75 million consoles sold, Nintendo is finally letting the 3DS' battery run out.
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Canada Tesla driver charged over 'napping while speeding' (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Canadian police said both front seats were fully reclined as the car drove at 150km/h.
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Lockdown 'sexting' blackmail concerns for young people sharing images (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
One victim was duped into sending nude photographs to someone she later found out was an adult.
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PlayStation 5 matches the price of the Xbox Series X (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Sony opts not to undercut its rival this time round but instead will rely on exclusives to woo gamers.
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'Revenge porn new normal' after cases surge in lockdown (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
Cases of "revenge porn" have risen by a fifth this year, with lockdown to blame, say campaigners.
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Tony Abbott hacked after posting boarding pass on Instagram (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
A hacker uncovered the Australian ex-PM's phone number and passport details but told the authorities.
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Facebook boosts power and cuts price of VR headset (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
The Oculus Quest 2 is also getting Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell video games.
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Google’s zero carbon footprint and other tech news (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
BBC Click’s Paul Carter reports on some of the best technology news stories this week.
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Could VR help universities teach students? (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
With social distancing rules in place, universities are looking at new ways to educate students.
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How e-commerce is exploding in South Africa (Thu, 17 Sep 2020)
E-commerce has been one sector that has boomed in South Africa during the pandemic.
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‘You get fully submerged’ - Taser training in VR (Tue, 15 Sep 2020)
The virtual worlds helping to train and sharpen the skills of a UK police force.
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'Anxiety app helped me at my new school' says Essex pupil (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Maisie, 11, speaks about how a new app funded by the NHS helped her cope as she started a new school.
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'They used my picture and I should've got paid for it' (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Some call them copyright trolls, but these companies say they defend photographers' rights.
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PS5 vs Xbox Series X: How do they compare? (Fri, 18 Sep 2020)
Who will win the console war this Christmas? We take a look at the new Xbox and Playstation.
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Singapore becomes hub for Chinese tech amid US tensions (Wed, 16 Sep 2020)
Technology firms Tencent and Alibaba are among those expanding operations amid US-China tensions.
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Working from home: The rise of the DIY office (Sun, 13 Sep 2020)
From treetops to ironing-board desks - a look at some of your creative home offices.
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