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: Vaccines to be offered to 16 and 17 year olds (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
More than one million teenagers would be included in a new rollout if ministers accept expert advice.
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Long-lasting Covid-19 symptoms rare in children (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Children who become ill with coronavirus mostly recover in less than a week, research suggests.
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MV Asphalt Princess: Ship hijacked off UAE ordered to sail to Iran (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Panama-flagged MV Asphalt Princess has been ordered to sail to Iran, officials say.
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Belarus sprinter Krystina Timanovskaya flies out of Japan (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Krystina Timanovskaya had refused orders to fly home early to Belarus and is now en route to Vienna.
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Andrew Cuomo: Biden says governor should resign over harassment report (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The new report comes months after several women accused the New York governor of sexual misconduct.
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Gunmen attack home of Afghan defence minister in Kabul (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The minister was not at home during the attack, which came rising unrest across the country.
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FBI used pictures of staff for undercover sex crime stings (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
A watchdog says the FBI put office staff in danger by using their photos to lure sexual predators.
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Timber shortage due to 'unprecedented' post-lockdown demand (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Prices are rising sharply as climate change and post-lockdown DIY and building projects hit supplies.
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Barbie of Oxford Covid vaccine designer Dame Sarah Gilbert created (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Dame Sarah Gilbert says she found it "very strange" at first, but hopes it will inspire children.
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The Papers: Jabs for over-16s, and 'King Kenny' (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Wednesday's front pages report speculation Covid vaccines are to be offered to 16 and 17 year olds.
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Beirut blast: ‘The day our city exploded’ (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
One year on from the blast that rocked Beirut, no one has yet been made accountable.
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CEO Secrets: Airbnb boss shares his business advice (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, shares his business advice for the CEO Secrets series.
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‘I don’t want to spend my life on the streets’ (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Asma Shaikh, a 17-year-old homeless girl, has big dreams. But the pandemic has brought new challenges.
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'Witnessing my mum be abused by her ex-partner' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Betty Harper, 19, wrote a song the night her mum, Natasha, was beaten by her then-partner.
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Assisted dying: Campaigners renewed hope for change in the law (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
David Peace intends to travel abroad to end his life before his motor neurone disease deteriorates further.
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Tokyo Olympics: New Zealand's Laurel Hubbard set to 'hang up her boots' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The transgender weightlifter made Olympic history but says her time in the sport is probably up.
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Grandfather lands 'biggest ever cod' in Scottish waters (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The fish caught off Shetland weighed in at 49lbs (22kg) and left 60-year-old Tony Urwin "shattered".
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Tokyo 2020: 'You can take our flag but not our love for Russia' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Russia may be banned from the Olympics, but Russians are still winning medals – and rivals aren't happy.
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Tokyo Olympics sparks anti-LGBT slurs on Russian TV (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Gay and transgender athletes in Tokyo have been singled out for abuse on Russian state television.
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Rett syndrome: My sister speaks to me without words (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Sisters Victoria and Clare have a strong bond, but a rare syndrome means they have never spoken.
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Barbra Streisand: 'I've always had the right to sing what I want' (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The star looks back at her career, and explains how she's always maintained creative control.
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Sky Brown: 13 things to know about GB's 13-year-old Olympic skateboarding medallist (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Brown is the all-singing, all-dancing medal hopeful with an unusual route to becoming a British Olympic medallist
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Seasick swimmer makes history by completing Outer Hebrides challenge (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
James Armour has become the first person to swim, run and cycle the length of the Outer Hebrides.
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The downfall of Nissan's Carlos Ghosn: An insider's view (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Former Nissan lawyer Ravinder Passi had a ringside seat of the downfall of chairman Carlos Ghosn.
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Abandoned by my friends when I was diagnosed with cancer (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
New research by the Teenage Cancer Trust finds some young people feel "abandoned" during treatment.
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Amber-plus list: Why were extra travel restrictions imposed on France? (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Why did ministers decide to retain quarantine for arrivals from France?
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Indyref2: Why has the campaign for another vote gone quiet? (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Boris Johnson heads to Scotland this week with no sign an independence referendum will be soon.
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Men's 200m final and GB's 13-year-old medal hope - what to watch on day 12 (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Want to know what's happening when in Tokyo? Check out our comprehensive guide to all the action in Japan.
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Tokyo Olympics: Sky Brown wins skateboard bronze to become youngest GB medallist (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Sky Brown becomes Britain's youngest Olympic medallist aged 13 as she wins bronze in the thrilling debut of the women's park skateboarding.
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Tokyo Olympics: USA's Sydney McLaughlin sets a new 400m hurdles world record (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
USA's Sydney McLaughlin sets a new world record of 51.46 to beat Dalilah Muhammad to win the 400m hurdles at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.
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'I could tell straight away' - Referee Taylor reflects on moment Eriksen collapsed (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Referee Anthony Taylor tells BBC Sport about the moment Denmark star Christian Eriksen collapsed after a cardiac arrest during Euro 2020.
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Malmo stun Rangers in Champions League (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
A "big moment" from Steven Davis has given Rangers "an important lifeline" in their quest for the Champions League group stage despite defeat by Swedish side Malmo, says boss Steven Gerrard.
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Tokyo Olympics: Great Britain beaten by Netherlands in hockey semi-finals (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Watch highlights as Great Britain's hopes of defending their Olympic title are ended as they are beaten 5-1 by the Netherlands at the Oi Hockey Stadium.
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'They live for their sport and their little boy Albie' - GB's medal-winning power couple (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Laura and Jason Kenny both win silver within 20 minutes of each other as they continue to cement their place in British Olympic history.
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Tokyo Olympics: 13-year-old Sky Brown wins Olympic skateboarding bronze (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Sky Brown wins bronze in the women's park skateboarding final at the Tokyo Games as the 13-year-old becomes Great Britain's youngest Olympic medallist of all time.
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Tokyo 2020: TikTok becomes the unofficial behind-the-scenes Olympic channel (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The short-form video platform is giving fans unprecedented insight into the athletes' experience.
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Tokyo Olympics: Katarina Johnson-Thompson third after two events in heptathlon (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Katarina Johnson-Thompson lies third in the heptathlon after two events, after winning her 100m hurdles heat and clearing a height of 1m86 in the high jump.
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Tokyo Olympics: Alice Dearing hopes representing GB 'makes a difference' (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Alice Dearing hopes becoming the first black woman to represent Great Britain in an Olympic swimming event makes a difference and the sport is "available to anyone".
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Tokyo Olympics: Sydney McLaughlin smashes her 400m hurdles world record (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
USA's Sydney McLaughlin smashes her own world record as she takes gold in the women's 400m hurdles at the Tokyo Games.
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Simone Biles: Tokyo 2020 medallist on 'unique Olympic experience' (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
American Simone Biles says she will "forever cherish" her "unique Olympic experience" after taking her overall Games medal haul to seven in Japan.
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Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
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Covid rules: What has changed? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Major changes to lockdown rules have taken effect in England and Scotland, but some restrictions remain.
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What are the holiday rules for travel to green, amber and red list countries? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
People vaccinated in Europe or the US will no longer need to isolate when arriving from amber countries.
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Covid: What are the social distancing rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Social distancing rules are changing across the UK.
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‘Covid passports’: How to get the NHS Covid Pass (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
People in England can use the pass for travel and to visit venues which ask for them.
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Coronavirus: How does the NHS test-and-trace system and app work? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
A record number of alerts are being sent by the NHS Covid app.
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Covid: Which children are being vaccinated and why? (Mon, 19 Jul 2021)
Hundreds of thousands of children at higher risk from coronavirus infection will be offered a Covid vaccine in the UK.
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What are the Delta, Gamma, Beta and Alpha Covid variants? (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
UK coronavirus cases are rising due to a variant first identified in India that spreads more easily.
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Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms? (Fri, 16 Jul 2021)
New research links as many as 200 different symptoms to the condition.
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Lockdown muscle loss: Five ways to get back in shape (Sat, 15 May 2021)
Lockdown inactivity may have left people with weaker muscles - there are simple solutions.
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Covid: What do under-30s need to know about the vaccine? (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
All over-18s can now get the Covid jab, but the government has criticised take-up among young people.
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BBC News - UK

Covid: Vaccines to be offered to 16 and 17 year olds (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
More than one million teenagers would be included in a new rollout if ministers accept expert advice.
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Long-lasting Covid-19 symptoms rare in children (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Children who become ill with coronavirus mostly recover in less than a week, research suggests.
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Covid: If Wales' restrictions ease, be sensible - top doctor (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Wales' restrictions on social distancing, indoor gathering and face masks could ease this weekend.
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Tokyo Olympics: 13-year-old Sky Brown wins Olympic skateboarding bronze (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Sky Brown wins bronze in the women's park skateboarding final at the Tokyo Games as the 13-year-old becomes Great Britain's youngest Olympic medallist of all time.
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Covid: Boris Johnson will not meet Nicola Sturgeon during Scotland trip (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The first minister had invited the PM to her official residence to discuss recovery after the pandemic.
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Barbie of Oxford Covid vaccine designer Dame Sarah Gilbert created (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Dame Sarah Gilbert says she found it "very strange" at first, but hopes it will inspire children.
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Parton landslide: Klaxon installed to warn at-risk homes (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Cracks began to appear in the hill in Parton last week, forcing 14 houses to be evacuated.
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Aya Hachem: Seven men guilty of drive-by shooting murder (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Innocent passer-by Aya Hachem, 19, was shot dead in a feud between two Blackburn tyre firm owners.
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Fenwick Colchester: Child, 5, dies of head injury sustained at department store (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Police say specialist officers are supporting the boy's family following his death.
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Seasick swimmer makes history by completing Outer Hebrides challenge (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
James Armour has become the first person to swim, run and cycle the length of the Outer Hebrides.
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Woman’s DNA helps convict her father for rape (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
An adoptee's discovery that her mother was raped at 13 leads to 11 years in jail for Carvel Bennett.
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Bristol and Weston BAME hospital staff told to use 'Western names' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Workers were told their own names were too hard to pronounce, an initial inspection finds.
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Covid-19: Amber watchlist idea dropped and tears at airport reunions (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
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Pingdemic: ‘I'm losing hundreds of pounds in tips’ (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
An ill-timed alert on the NHS Covid app can mean bar staff losing out on tip income at the weekend.
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Lockdown DJ Dale Castell's Halifax Piece Hall gig 'emotional' (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Dale Castell, from Halifax, broadcast to thousands of people online during the coronavirus lockdowns.
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Covid: Hope for in-person National Eisteddfod in 2022 (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Organisers say it will have to comply with Covid rules after two years of online festivals.
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Somerset Covid memorial designed by 10-year-old is unveiled (Sat, 31 Jul 2021)
Relatives of coronavirus victims attended the unveiling of the obelisk in Somerset.
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How Covid 'almost shut down' the island of Alderney (Sat, 31 Jul 2021)
First Covid outbreak among Alderney's 2,000 residents causes 'sleepless nights' for businesses.
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Covid: Up to one in four admitted to hospital for other reasons (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
The government says counting all patients who test positive is vital because of the impact on the NHS.
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Hunt for certainty over Covid cases continues (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Flurry of Covid data does not resolve debate around state of the pandemic in the UK.
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Pregnant women urged to get jab as majority unvaccinated (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Estimates suggest hundreds of thousands of pregnant women in England have not yet had the vaccine.
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Covid in Wales: Isolation for double-jabbed contacts to end (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Wales will be the first UK nation to stop fully vaccinated Covid close contacts self-isolating.
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Covid: The doctor sisters working through the pandemic (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Caitlín and Megan Prosser have been supporting each other throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Pingdemic: Bar staff being told to delete NHS Covid-19 app (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
One in five hospitality workers are isolating, with some being told to delete the NHS Covid-19 app.
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£23.5m and no patients. Was this Nightingale worth it? (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
It was built in case existing hospitals were swamped with Covid but did not treat a single patient.
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Music industry turns to livestreaming to boost revenue (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Festivals, DJs and musicians are all using new tech to entertain fans and make money during Covid.
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Carmarthen librarian launched audio books after going blind (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Rhian Evans says she has used her sight loss to "benefit myself and others" for 45 years.
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Covid: UK sends nine million vaccines to vulnerable countries (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
The government has promised to donate 100m surplus doses to other countries before the middle of 2022.
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Covid: Medal for GP who came out of retirement to treat patients (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
A GP who came out of retirement to treat patients in the pandemic is awarded a medal.
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Covid test plan a 'pointless solution' says Iceland boss (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Supermarket boss says government scheme only fixes half the issue because it excludes store workers.
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Covid-19: Belfast Trust to cancel some cancer surgeries (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
The trust says it is working to reschedule procedures, which have been cancelled due to a rising number of Covid-19 patients.
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Coronavirus: Four numbers that reveal the real trends (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Does a week of falling case numbers mean we're close to the end?
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Covid: Alert over inaccurate thermometers bought in UK (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Sales have increased in the pandemic but some products are not fit for purpose, UK regulator warns.
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Covid: Bradford's Matthew Keenan dies despite changing mind on jabs (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Matthew Keenan, 34, from Bradford, urged others to get vaccinated after his Covid diagnosis.
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Covid in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon optimistic major restrictions will end (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
The first minister is due to announce next week whether most remaining restrictions will be lifted on 9 August.
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Covid-19: Caution urged despite fall in cases and turning down jab 'selfish' (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday evening.
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Sky Brown: 13 things to know about GB's 13-year-old Olympic skateboarding medallist (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Brown is the all-singing, all-dancing medal hopeful with an unusual route to becoming a British Olympic medallist
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Indyref2: Why has the campaign for another vote gone quiet? (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Boris Johnson heads to Scotland this week with no sign an independence referendum will be soon.
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Tragedy became Sliding Doors moment for politician (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Julie James's life changed overnight when the father of her first child was killed in a car crash.
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Levelling up: The seaside town fighting violence and frustration (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Can the government's "levelling up" agenda help one of the most violent towns in England and Wales?
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I stopped drinking - then baking business turned my life around (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Lesley Smith gave up alcohol for the sake of her children but had "no outlet" until she found a passion for making cakes.
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West faces dilemmas over tanker attack (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
A drone attack on a ship off the coast of Oman has worsened already strained ties with Iran.
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Scotland's sewage spill problem growing (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The number of overspills into rivers and seas has risen by 40% in five years as pressure mounts on the sewer network.
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Tom Daley knits while watching Olympic springboard final (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Twitter is deluged with images of the Olympian knitting a "purple concoction" in the stands in Tokyo.
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Tokyo Olympics: Corby BMX centre 'so proud' of British medals (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Mandy Young set up an urban sports centre after her son was attacked and had his skateboard stolen.
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‘Lenders won’t touch us - my home’s worth nothing' (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Campaigners say government attempts to unlock parts of the property market paralysed by the cladding crisis have stalled.
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Ever Given: Ship docks in Felixstowe after Suez Canal delay (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Ever Given reaches UK shores after being delayed when it ran aground in the Suez Canal, Egypt.
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Christian Eriksen referee: Defibrillators save lives (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Premier League referee Anthony Taylor outlines why defibrillators should be available for grassroots football.
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Hugs and tears at Heathrow as families reunite (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Changes to UK travel rules for fully vaccinated US and EU passengers have lead to emotional scenes.
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Spennylympics: Couple taking on every Olympic sport in 17 days (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
They're attempting to complete all 96 individual events for charity within the timespan of Tokyo 2020.
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Assisted dying: Campaigners renewed hope for change in the law (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
David Peace intends to travel abroad to end his life before his motor neurone disease deteriorates further.
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'Witnessing my mum be abused by her ex-partner' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Betty Harper, 19, wrote a song the night her mum, Natasha, was beaten by her then-partner.
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The Papers: Jabs for over-16s, and 'King Kenny' (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Wednesday's front pages report speculation Covid vaccines are to be offered to 16 and 17 year olds.
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Ever Given: Cargo ship that blocked Suez Canal arrives in Felixstowe (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Ever Given docks at the Port of Felixstowe months after it was originally due to arrive.
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Covid in Scotland: Most restrictions to end from 9 August (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Social distancing will no longer be required in most locations - but the wearing of face coverings will continue.
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Covid-19: Irish hospitality rules 'incentivising' vaccine uptake (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Republic of Ireland's vaccine rate has surpassed the rate in Northern Ireland.
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Skewen: 'Carnage' as flood-hit residents flooded again (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The flash floods hit just after work began on a water management scheme to protect the area.
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Tom Miller: Hiding student fell to death at illegal lockdown party (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Rumours of a police raid prompted Tom Miller to climb out of a window, an inquest hears.
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BBC News - Business

New York restaurant customers to need Covid jabs (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The city is to require people using indoor businesses to have had Covid vaccinations.
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Li Auto: China Tesla rival plans Hong Kong secondary listing (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The move comes as Chinese firms listed in the US face increasing scrutiny by Beijing and Washington.
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MV Asphalt Princess: Ship hijacked off UAE ordered to sail to Iran (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Panama-flagged MV Asphalt Princess has been ordered to sail to Iran, officials say.
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Timber shortage due to 'unprecedented' post-lockdown demand (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Prices are rising sharply as climate change and post-lockdown DIY and building projects hit supplies.
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Sweaty Betty sold in a £300m deal to a US firm (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The upmarket UK sportswear company is sold to US buyer Wolverine Worldwide, which sells footwear and lifestyle brands
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Blizzard Entertainment president steps down (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
J Allen Brack quits the Call of Duty and Warcraft game-maker, amid staff protests and allegations of a sexist workplace culture.
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Greggs to create 500 jobs as it plans 100 more stores (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The bakery chain swings back to profit and says it plans to keep expanding on the High Street.
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Rishi Sunak warns young home working may hurt their career (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The chancellor says being in the office helped him build strong relationships when he started out.
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Bank fraud: ‘I had £9,000 stolen from my account’ (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Scam victims are having difficulties getting bank support after losing cash, consumer group Which? says.
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Covid-19: Amber watchlist travel idea scrapped (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Government sources say they have dropped proposals for a new category in the traffic light system.
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Ministers reject calls to lower state pension age to 60 (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The government says lowering the state pension age is not fair or affordable for taxpayers.
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Shares slide after China brands online games 'electronic drugs' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
In recent months Beijing has cracked down on China's technology and private education industries.
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Qantas stands down 2,500 staff over Sydney lockdown (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The airline says it expects Australia's largest city to be closed for at least two more months.
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Finance firms plan to close coal plants in Asia (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Asian Development Bank aims to have the plan ready for the COP26 climate conference in November.
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Twitter works with news sites to tackle disinformation (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Twitter announces it will cooperate with two news agencies to promote more reliable information.
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Goldman Sachs raises banker pay after 95-hour week complaint (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The pay rise comes as top city banker says young recruits should stop moaning about long hours.
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Pingdemic: ‘I'm losing hundreds of pounds in tips’ (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
An ill-timed alert on the NHS Covid app can mean bar staff losing out on tip income at the weekend.
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Government could intervene in Meggitt takeover (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The UK government is "closely monitoring" a US firm's plan to buy the UK defence and aerospace company.
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Beyond Meat boss: Tax on negative impacts "does appeal" (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Ethan Brown tells the BBC his firm wants to bring down the price of plant-based meat.
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Banking giant HSBC sees first half profit more than double (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The UK-based firm said the jump in profits was driven by an economic rebound in Britain and Hong Kong.
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Afterpay: Jack Dorsey's Square in Australia's biggest buyout (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The $29bn deal for Afterpay will create an instalments payment giant in a hugely growing sector.
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Hollywood plans £700m film and TV studios in Hertfordshire (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
Developers say the site could contribute £300m a year to the local economy and create 4,500 jobs.
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The downfall of Nissan's Carlos Ghosn: An insider's view (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Former Nissan lawyer Ravinder Passi had a ringside seat of the downfall of chairman Carlos Ghosn.
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What is solarpunk and can it help save the planet? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Solarpunk is art movement that imagines a world where technology is used for the good of the planet.
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The collapse of Enron and the dark side of business (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Twenty years on from the collapse of Enron, are the rules preventing corporate fraud tough enough?
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Finding answers to the world's drinking water crisis (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Scientists are racing to come up with technologies that can solve the world's clean water shortage.
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The fungus and bacteria tackling plastic waste (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Bacteria, fungus and enzymes can all digest plastic, but can they work at a useful commercial scale?
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'My bakery lets you take a bite out of celebs' (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Funny Face Bakery shot to fame when Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian posted about its cookies.
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Music industry turns to livestreaming to boost revenue (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Festivals, DJs and musicians are all using new tech to entertain fans and make money during Covid.
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My Money: 'I had forgotten how it all adds up' (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Marketeer Toni says being able to socialise more and meet colleagues is pushing her spending higher.
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CEO Secrets: The son who hired his father and sister (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Ross Testa explains why he hired his sister and then his father for his social media business.
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Can better tech make video meetings less excruciating? (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Technology firms are scrambling to add new features but will video calls improve.
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BBC News - UK Politics

Covid: Boris Johnson will not meet Nicola Sturgeon during Scotland trip (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The first minister had invited the PM to her official residence to discuss recovery after the pandemic.
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Svetlana Tikhanovskaya: Belarus opposition leader hopeful after Boris Johnson meeting (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya says she has been assured of further UK support, amid a crackdown on dissent.
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Covid-19: Amber watchlist travel idea scrapped (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Government sources say they have dropped proposals for a new category in the traffic light system.
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Covid-19: Behind-the-scenes battles over amber watchlist (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Cabinet divisions over international travel rules spilled out into the open this week, writes Adam Fleming.
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Tories face questions over co-chair's firm marketing Covid tests to rich clients (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Conservatives say Ben Elliot's business activities are separate from the party after Labour criticism.
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Covid in Scotland: Most restrictions to end from 9 August (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Social distancing will no longer be required in most locations - but the wearing of face coverings will continue.
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Ministers reject calls to lower state pension age to 60 (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The government says lowering the state pension age is not fair or affordable for taxpayers.
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Rishi Sunak warns young home working may hurt their career (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The chancellor says being in the office helped him build strong relationships when he started out.
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Drug deaths in England and Wales highest since 1993 (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
In total, 4,561 deaths related to drug poisoning were registered in England and Wales last year.
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Shops and schools proposed for council election pilots in Wales (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Could voting with your weekly shop boost turnout at next year's council elections?
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Carrie Johnson and Boris Johnson expecting second child (Sat, 31 Jul 2021)
The couple are expecting a second child, months after a miscarriage left Carrie "heartbroken".
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Labour: Tories must come clean over elite donors (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Newspaper reports say party donors were given access to the PM and chancellor for their contributions.
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Humza Yousaf reports nursery over discrimination fears (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Health Secretary Humza Yousaf says his daughter was twice refused a place at the nursery, which denies any discrimination.
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UK and Iran summon diplomats after tanker attack (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Two people were killed in the attack on an oil tanker, which the UK, US and Israel blame on Iran.
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NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales tweaked to notify fewer contacts (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The app in England and Wales will now only alert contacts from the previous two days in asymptomatic cases.
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Pingdemic: ‘I'm losing hundreds of pounds in tips’ (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
An ill-timed alert on the NHS Covid app can mean bar staff losing out on tip income at the weekend.
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Covid-19: First people arriving into UK after rules relaxed for fully jabbed (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
People vaccinated in the EU or US do not need to isolate when coming to the UK from an amber country.
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End self-isolation for double-jabbed sooner, says Sir Keir Starmer (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Labour is calling on Boris Johnson to bring England in to line with Wales on quarantine measures.
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NHS pay: Call for privately employed staff to get increase (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Cleaners and others employed by contractors should receive the same rise as NHS staff, a union says.
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Apsana Begum: Labour MP cleared of fraudulent housing claims (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Apsana Begum says the trial caused her "great distress" and damaged her reputation.
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UK military opens first space command centre (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
The new operations centre will help the UK maintain a "battle-winning advantage", ministers say.
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Migrant women and babies held in shocking conditions, MPs find (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
A group of MPs describes scenes at a Dover asylum unit as "wholly inappropriate" and a Covid risk.
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Prof Chris Whitty: Man sentenced for St James's Park assault (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Lewis Hughes says he lost his job after assaulting England's chief medical officer in central London.
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RNLI donations increase after migrant rescue criticism (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
The lifeboat charity says it has been "overwhelmed" by support after it released footage of Channel rescues.
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Holocaust memorial outside Parliament to go ahead (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Fears have been raised that the site could become a terrorist target, but ministers say it will be safe.
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David Greenhalgh death: Tributes paid to Bolton Council leader (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
David Greenhalgh became the first Tory leader of Bolton Council in four decades.
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Drug deaths in Scotland reach new record level (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
The country continues to have the worst drug death rate in Europe, with a further 1,339 people dying last year.
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Walking and biking prioritised in new Highway Code (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Greater priority for pedestrians at crossings and for cyclists at junctions are among the changes.
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Global summit raises $4bn for schools despite aid row (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
World leaders pledge to get more children into school in the world's poorest countries.
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NHS Covid-19 app pings rise by over 70,000 to new record (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
The number of coronavirus alerts hits a new record, with nearly 690,000 sent in England and Wales.
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PM: 'We must stop importing variants from abroad' (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Boris Johnson says a "balanced approach" is needed for foreign travel but wants advice to be "simple".
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Free England from isolation rules earlier - Starmer (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Double-vaccinated people should be freed from isolation rules more quickly in England, says Labour leader.
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Sajid Javid calls on younger people to have Covid vaccines (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Fighting Covid has been a "race" with the baton now being passed from older to young people, says the health secretary
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Shapps on opening up England to visitors from US and Europe (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
The government has tried to "err on the side of caution and safety" on opening up borders to visitors from abroad, says the transport secretary.
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Michael Gove on vaccine passports at events with big crowds (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
People should be “confident” those attending large-scale events are “less likely to be carriers of the virus”, the Cabinet Office Minister says.
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Indyref2: Why has the campaign for another vote gone quiet? (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
Boris Johnson heads to Scotland this week with no sign an independence referendum will be soon.
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‘Covid passports’: How to get the NHS Covid Pass (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
People in England can use the pass for travel and to visit venues which ask for them.
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Guli Francis-Dehqani: The bishop tackling England's housing crisis (Sat, 31 Jul 2021)
The Church of England owns a lot of land - Guli Francis-Dehqani wants to use it for the common good.
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Official Secrets Act: Do government plans threaten investigative journalism? (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Campaigners and reporters say planned changes to the Official Secrets Act threaten press freedoms.
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Zimbabwean with football dreams to be kicked out of UK (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Christopher Arundell grew up in the UK but after doing time in jail is being deported to Zimbabwe.
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What happens to British ships when satellites don't work? (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
The Royal Navy and merchant fleet have no back-up if navigation systems are disrupted, experts warn.
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Boris Johnson's police numbers claim fact-checked (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
A look at the prime minister's claims about crime statistics, police numbers and funding.
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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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Brexit: What's the Northern Ireland Protocol? (Wed, 21 Jul 2021)
Urgent changes to the post-Brexit Northern Ireland Protocol have been called for by the UK government.
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Cummings: Eight takeaways from his interview (Tue, 20 Jul 2021)
The PM's former chief adviser on lockdowns, Downing Street rows, Brexit and coup discussions.
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Covid rules: What has changed? (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Major changes to lockdown rules have taken effect in England and Scotland, but some restrictions remain.
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Finance firms plan to close coal plants in Asia (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The Asian Development Bank aims to have the plan ready for the COP26 climate conference in November.
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Then and now: The burning issue of wildfires (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Scientists are increasingly concerned climate change is making fires more frequent and more intense.
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The fungus and bacteria tackling plastic waste (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Bacteria, fungus and enzymes can all digest plastic, but can they work at a useful commercial scale?
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Finding answers to the world's drinking water crisis (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Scientists are racing to come up with technologies that can solve the world's clean water shortage.
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UK military opens first space command centre (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
The new operations centre will help the UK maintain a "battle-winning advantage", ministers say.
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UK already undergoing disruptive climate change (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
Last year was the third warmest, fifth wettest and eighth sunniest on record in the UK, scientists warn.
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Russian module mishap destabilises International Space Station (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
The ISS was pushed out of position after engines on a new Russian module unexpectedly fired up.
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Electric car charging prices 'must be fair' say MPs (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
Consumers should not have to pay excessive prices to use public car charging, MPs say.
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COP26 climate summit president says progress made, but not enough (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
The first in-person climate meeting in 18 months sees some tentative progress, but no breakthroughs.
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'Most powerful' tidal turbine starts generating electricity off Orkney (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
The Orbital O2, which is anchored off Orkney, has the capacity to meet the annual power demand of 2,000 homes.
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Iran water: What's causing the shortages? (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Iranian officials have warned of historic drought while experts blame years of poor water management.
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Climate change: Researchers begin discussions on vital report (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
A two-week virtual negotiation begins on the most critical climate change report since 2013.
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Extreme weather: What causes flash flooding? (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
Cities across the world are at risk of extreme rainfall overwhelming their streets
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Climate change: Israel to cut 85% of emissions by mid-century (Sun, 25 Jul 2021)
PM Naftali Bennett says the decision will help the country gradually shift to a low-carbon economy.
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Road planners able to ignore climate change, campaigners claim (Fri, 23 Jul 2021)
Government guidelines mean road planners can effectively ignore climate change, campaigners say.
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Met Office issues first UK extreme heat warning (Mon, 19 Jul 2021)
It covers south-west England and large parts of Wales as the UK experiences a prolonged hot spell.
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Climate change: US pushes China to make faster carbon cuts (Tue, 20 Jul 2021)
US climate envoy John Kerry says help from China is needed to avoid a dangerous rise in heat.
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Boeing's Starliner spacecraft: A guide (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Starliner is one of two vehicles designed to transport astronauts to and from the space station.
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Bezos' $2bn offer to get back in race to the Moon (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
The billionaire offers to cover $2bn in Nasa costs to be reconsidered for a Moon lander contract.
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Jeff Bezos and Sir Richard Branson may not be astronauts, US says (Fri, 23 Jul 2021)
The US government has tightened rules on which space-goers can claim their astronaut wings.
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Jeff Bezos launches to space aboard New Shepard rocket ship (Tue, 20 Jul 2021)
The world's richest man and three other passengers return safely just over 10 minutes after launch.
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Russia sends long-delayed module to space station (Wed, 21 Jul 2021)
The 13m-long, 20-tonne Nauka laboratory is finally going into orbit after a delay of 14 years.
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The new surgical tool inspired by a wasp (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
The device avoids clogging by using friction instead of suction, similar to the way a parasitoid wasp lays its eggs.
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Is there a future for Africa's lions? (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
As lion populations decline across much of Africa, could community-led conservation help reverse this trend?
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AI breakthrough could spark medical revolution (Thu, 22 Jul 2021)
A program has been used to predict the structures of nearly every protein in the human body.
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Virgin Galactic: Richard Branson's long, winding path to space (Sun, 11 Jul 2021)
The BBC tracks the long, winding road to Sir Richard Branson's flight to the edge of space.
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'Jurassic Pompeii' yields thousands of 'squiggly wiggly' fossils (Wed, 21 Jul 2021)
Scientists are excavating one of the most important Jurassic sites ever discovered in the UK.
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BBC News - Technology

Blizzard Entertainment president steps down (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
J Allen Brack quits the Call of Duty and Warcraft game-maker, amid staff protests and allegations of a sexist workplace culture.
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Li Auto: China Tesla rival plans Hong Kong secondary listing (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The move comes as Chinese firms listed in the US face increasing scrutiny by Beijing and Washington.
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Official recommends rerun in Amazon union fight (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
A National Labor Relations Board official wants another union vote for Amazon workers in Alabama.
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Gangs on e-scooters targeting GPS farm equipment (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Total theft claims fall after the pandemic but technology stays a draw for criminals, says insurer.
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NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales tweaked to notify fewer contacts (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
The app in England and Wales will now only alert contacts from the previous two days in asymptomatic cases.
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Shares slide after China brands online games 'electronic drugs' (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
In recent months Beijing has cracked down on China's technology and private education industries.
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Twitter works with news sites to tackle disinformation (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Twitter announces it will cooperate with two news agencies to promote more reliable information.
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Warship positions faked including UK aircraft carrier (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
Nearly 100 naval ships may have had their locations faked through manipulation of AIS safety system.
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Anti-Semitic social posts 'not taken down' in 80% of cases (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
A report tracking hundreds of anti-Semitic social posts finds firms fail to act in 80% of cases.
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Afterpay: Jack Dorsey's Square in Australia's biggest buyout (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The $29bn deal for Afterpay will create an instalments payment giant in a hugely growing sector.
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Zoom settles US class action privacy lawsuit for $86m (Mon, 02 Aug 2021)
The video conferencing firm denies wrongdoing, but has agreed to boost security measures.
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The perfect storm striking World of Warcraft (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
All of a sudden, WoW players are in revolt, and its competitors are having a boom.
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Sky News Australia barred for week by YouTube over Covid misinformation (Sun, 01 Aug 2021)
The digital giant bans the channel from uploading new content for a week over misinformation breaches.
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Home car charger owners urged to install updates (Tue, 03 Aug 2021)
Security vulnerabilities in two domestic electric car chargers were discovered by researchers.
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Untethered bi-pedal robot runs 5km and other tech news (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
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Team BRIT’s Aaron Morgan: How hand controls help me race (Wed, 28 Jul 2021)
The Team BRIT driver on how adapted cars help him compete in races against non-disabled drivers.
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Vineyards set to go high tech with smart systems (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
Changing climate conditions and water shortages see some Australian wine growers turn to technology.
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Beach rover picks up cigarette butts and other tech news (Fri, 23 Jul 2021)
Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
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Cyber-flashing: 'I get explicit messages every day' (Wed, 21 Jul 2021)
Influencer Elle Edwards lets us inside her DMs to show the extent of sexual abuse faced by women online.
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Tokyo 2020: TikTok becomes the unofficial behind-the-scenes Olympic channel (Wed, 04 Aug 2021)
The short-form video platform is giving fans unprecedented insight into the athletes' experience.
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The fungus and bacteria tackling plastic waste (Fri, 30 Jul 2021)
Bacteria, fungus and enzymes can all digest plastic, but can they work at a useful commercial scale?
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Can better tech make video meetings less excruciating? (Tue, 27 Jul 2021)
Technology firms are scrambling to add new features but will video calls improve.
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Why remote working leaves us vulnerable to cyber-attacks (Mon, 26 Jul 2021)
Experts warn working from home has led to complacency over security protocols
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Covid: Will lockdown change England's new tech habits? (Tue, 20 Jul 2021)
The pandemic brought about big changes in the way people use tech - the question is will they last?
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What does a future-proofed home look like? (Fri, 23 Jul 2021)
The technology exists to make homes more resilient to extreme weather, but it can be expensive.
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Zoomtown-on-Sea? The lure of a new life on the coast (Thu, 22 Jul 2021)
Remote working meant the Lancaster family could live anywhere - they found their sea view in Scarborough.
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Pegasus scandal: Are we all becoming unknowing spies? (Wed, 21 Jul 2021)
We may be stepping into a world in which we are all spies - and at the same time are all spied on.
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Finding 'Grace': Murder, DNA and ancestry (Fri, 16 Jul 2021)
How a novel use of DNA and ancestry websites is helping police uncover clues in cold case murders.
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Why was my tweet about football labelled abusive? (Sun, 18 Jul 2021)
A BBC journalist sets out to discover how Twitter moderates posts after he was banned from the platform.
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