Dott. Giulio Perrotta
Dott. Giulio Perrotta

    From 2 May 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

Brexit: Johnson 'very confident' MPs will back deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The PM is facing an uphill battle to get his new Brexit deal through the House of Commons on Saturday.
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Turkey to suspend Syria offensive, US says (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Turkey agrees to pause operation in northern Syria to let Kurdish-led forces withdraw - US Vice-President Mike Pence
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National Doral Miami: Trump Florida golf course to host G7 summit (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The Doral Miami resort will host the summit but the president will not profit, the White House says.
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Paul Gascoigne cleared of sex assault on train passenger (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The ex-footballer has been cleared of both assault and sexual assault after kissing a woman on a train.
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Drayton Manor to be prosecuted over Evha Jannath's death (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Evha Jannath, 11, died after falling from Drayton Manor's Splash Canyon water ride in 2017.
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Extinction Rebellion protesters dragged from Tube train roof (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Extinction Rebellion says it will "take stock" of the reaction to the action for future protests.
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E-fit released to identify man who fell from plane (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The body of a man, believed to be Kenyan, was found in a garden in Clapham in June.
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Trump and Pelosi: The 'meltdown' photo showing Washington divides (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A photo of Democrat Nancy Pelosi at an explosive White House meeting on Syria is causing a stir.
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Bulgaria authorities fine and ban four fans over racist abuse of England players (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Four of the fans arrested by Bulgarian police for subjecting England players to racist abuse are fined and banned.
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Duke and Duchess: Royal plane aborts landing after Pakistan storms (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
An RAF aircraft carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twice tried to land in Islamabad.
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Stowaway cat found in hand luggage at airport security (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Candy the cat is found inside a suitcase when it was scanned at airport security.
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Kevin McCloud property firms face liquidation (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
People lent thousands of pounds to a company which was founded by the Grand Designs presenter.
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Google Pixel 4 Face Unlock works if eyes are shut (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Google confirms its new security system may unlock a person's device even if their eyes are shut.
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Lana Del Rey wins song of the decade at the Q Awards (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Video Games is named the greatest track of the last 10 years by readers of the rock magazine.
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Brexit: What is in Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A revised Brexit deal has been agreed by the UK and EU. What does it contain?
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Brexit deal: What does it mean? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Boris Johnson has agreed a new Brexit deal with the EU - but what does it mean and will Parliament pass it?
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Brexit deal: Where have the UK and EU compromised? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
After tense negotiations, both sides made concessions to reach a new deal.
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Brexit: What happens now? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
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Brexit deal: Why does the DUP's opinion matter? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
BBC News NI assesses the new Brexit deal, why the DUP won't vote for it and why that matters.
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Legal bid at Court of Session to stop MPs passing 'illegal' Brexit deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at Scotland's highest civil court.
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Nicola Sturgeon says Johnson deal would mean 'much harder Brexit' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Scotland's first minister confirms her SNP MPs will vote against Boris Johnson's newly-agreed deal with the EU.
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Why is Banksy vetting the customers of his online store? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Anyone hoping to buy official merchandise from his new online store has to answer a question.
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Prince William and Kate bowl over royal fans on Pakistan tour (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take to the crease on the fourth day of their visit to the country.
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Ballet star Precious Adams on balancing roles with being a role model (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Rising star of English ballet Precious Adams on unwittingly opening up a debate around colourism.
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How plastic bags were supposed to help save the planet (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Family of inventor says they were designed to be reused to stop trees from being destroyed.
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Vatican launches new 'eRosary' bracelet (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The gadget aims to help young Catholics pray for world peace and contemplate the gospel.
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Birdsong plays in 5,000 buildings to highlight bird loss (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Venues include London Underground stations, sports stadiums, supermarkets and Lincoln Cathedral.
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The Derbyshire village recreated out of fruit cake (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A baker spent three months constructing the sweet model of Eyam village in Derbyshire.
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Online fashion twice as ‘racy’ as High Street (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Online fashion stores are more likely than traditional ones to use images seen as "racy", BBC research finds.
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Pakistan royal visit: Kate's outfits draw Diana comparisons (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Is the Duchess of Cambridge putting a modern twist on garments the Princess of Wales wore years ago?
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BBC News Channel (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
Live coverage as Boris Johnson announces he has reached a new Brexit deal with the European Union.
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Harry Dunn death: Is extraditing Anne Sacoolas a realistic prospect? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
What are the legal options that might provide Harry Dunn's parents with the details of his death?
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The real (and fake) sex lives of Bella Thorne (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The actress Bella Thorne opens up about sexuality, pornography, depression and feminism.
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Which crimes are least likely to be solved? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Many crimes in the UK remain unsolved and many are not even reported - details in 10 charts.
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My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.
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Leonardo da Vinci feud: The 'earlier' Mona Lisa mystery (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A London family is battling an international consortium over a potentially priceless painting.
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Can a new apple take over the world? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Apple growers in Washington state reckon their new variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a global hit.
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Yungblud: A mouthpiece for the underrated youth (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
"We are not bratty kids fighting for attention. We understand what we want," says the pop star.
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How dad saved son from 'scalding cuppa' scars (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Each year hundreds of young UK children end up in hospital with severe but avoidable coffee and tea scalds, like Archie.
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Charles Jencks: The architect who made cancer care a work of art (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Charles Jencks believed the design of the centres inspired by his wife, Maggie, should lift the spirits of patients.
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How Yorkshire Ripper's terror 'changed the world for women' (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A new play in Leeds shows the impact of the Yorkshire Ripper's reign of terror on ordinary women.
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Leicester-Liverpool Boxing Day game moved to 20:00 GMT for Amazon (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Liverpool's Premier League trip to Leicester City on Boxing Day is moved to an 20:00 GMT start so it can be televised as part of Amazon's new contract.
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Slade gets call as England drop Ford for Australia game (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Head coach Eddie Jones drops George Ford for England's World Cup quarter-final against Australia, with Owen Farrell at fly-half and Henry Slade in the centre.
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Day dies four days after suffering head injuries in Conwell fight (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
American boxer Patrick Day has died at the age of 27, four days after sustaining a brain injury in a fight against Charles Conwell.
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On this day 2009: Darren Bent scores 'beach ball' goal for Sunderland against Liverpool (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
BBC Sport looks back at the moment Darren Bent scores for Sunderland with a deflection from a beach ball in a 1-0 win over Liverpool at the Stadium of Light.
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MOTDx: Reece & Craig train like the professionals at Crystal Palace (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
MOTDx's Reece Parkinson and Craig Mitch go training with Premier League club Crystal Palace to see if they have what it takes to make it as a top-flight professional player.
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Non-league: Basford United’s Stefan Galinski header from his own half against FC United (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Watch as defender Stefan Galinski scores with a header from his own half for Basford United, who beat FC United 2-1 in the Northern Premier League.
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Atletico Madrid v Villarreal: La Liga submits request to hold fixture in Miami (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
La Liga asks the Spanish Football Federation for permission to hold December's match between Atletico Madrid and Villarreal in Miami.
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BBC News - UK

Brexit: Johnson 'very confident' MPs will back deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The PM is facing an uphill battle to get his new Brexit deal through the House of Commons on Saturday.
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Brexit: EU and UK reach deal but DUP refuses support (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The prime minister hails "excellent deal" with the EU, but a successful vote in Parliament is not yet certain.
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Brexit: What is in Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A revised Brexit deal has been agreed by the UK and EU. What does it contain?
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Duke and Duchess: Royal plane aborts landing after Pakistan storms (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
An RAF aircraft carrying the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge twice tried to land in Islamabad.
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Kevin McCloud property firms face liquidation (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
People lent thousands of pounds to a company which was founded by the Grand Designs presenter.
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Drayton Manor to be prosecuted over Evha Jannath's death (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Evha Jannath, 11, died after falling from Drayton Manor's Splash Canyon water ride in 2017.
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Paul Gascoigne cleared of sex assault on train passenger (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The ex-footballer has been cleared of both assault and sexual assault after kissing a woman on a train.
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E-fit released to identify man who fell from plane (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The body of a man, believed to be Kenyan, was found in a garden in Clapham in June.
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Extinction Rebellion protesters dragged from Tube train roof (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Extinction Rebellion says it will "take stock" of the reaction to the action for future protests.
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Four Bulgaria fans banned over racist abuse (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Four of the fans arrested by Bulgarian police for subjecting England players to racist abuse are fined and banned.
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The Troubles: Former IRA man Ivor Bell cleared of Jean McConville charges (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Ivor Bell had been charged with soliciting the murder of mother-of-10 Jean McConville in 1972.
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Brexit: What happens now? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
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Brexit deal: What does it mean? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Boris Johnson has agreed a new Brexit deal with the EU - but what does it mean and will Parliament pass it?
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Brexit deal: Where have the UK and EU compromised? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
After tense negotiations, both sides made concessions to reach a new deal.
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Legal bid at Court of Session to stop MPs passing 'illegal' Brexit deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at Scotland's highest civil court.
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Prince William and Kate bowl over royal fans on Pakistan tour (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take to the crease on the fourth day of their visit to the country.
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Harry Dunn death: Is extraditing Anne Sacoolas a realistic prospect? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
What are the legal options that might provide Harry Dunn's parents with the details of his death?
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The Derbyshire village recreated out of fruit cake (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A baker spent three months constructing the sweet model of Eyam village in Derbyshire.
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Which crimes are least likely to be solved? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Many crimes in the UK remain unsolved and many are not even reported - details in 10 charts.
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My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.
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Tricky's 'world was over' when his daughter Mazy died (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The rapper and actor's memoirs reveal his struggle with anxiety after his daughter's death.
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Brexit: What have been the sticking points? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A revised Brexit deal, acceptable to both UK and EU negotiators, remains elusive. What have been the main sticking points?
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Charles Jencks: The architect who made cancer care a work of art (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Charles Jencks believed the design of the centres inspired by his wife, Maggie, should lift the spirits of patients.
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Stormzy's Merky Books will publish Malorie Blackman's autobiography (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The Noughts and Crosses author is already published by Penguin Random House, which runs Merky Books.
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Unmanned ship to go on 400-year-old journey across the Atlantic (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
UK-based team to chart unprecedented waters with fully autonomous sea journey.
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BBC 100 Women 2019: Who is on the list this year? (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Our most inspiring and influential women of 2019 give us their vision of a female-led future.
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Michel Barnier confirms new Brexit deal reached (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier announces a new deal between the UK and EU has been agreed.
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BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Two months after their British Airways flight filled with smoke mid-air, passengers say they're still having breathing difficulties.
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Headway Suffolk Brainy Dogs scheme 'gave me my best friend' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Rescue dog Bee is helping people recovering from brain injury gain confidence.
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Ballet star Precious Adams on balancing roles with being a role model (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Rising star of English ballet Precious Adams on unwittingly opening up a debate around colourism.
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Trump 'spoke with Boris' before meeting Dunn's parents (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The president said the PM asked him to arrange a meeting between the 19-year-old’s parents and Mrs Sacoolas.
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Harry Dunn: 'Not right' to meet Sacoolas at White House (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Harry Dunn's parents refused the US president's offer to meet a woman who was involved in his death.
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Taunton 'stolen' car crash kills driver during police pursuit (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The driver was fatally injured when the car overturned and burst into flames in Taunton.
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Nicola Sturgeon says Johnson deal would mean 'much harder Brexit' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Scotland's first minister confirms her SNP MPs will vote against Boris Johnson's newly-agreed deal with the EU.
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Brexit: Nigel Dodds says Boris Johnson is 'too eager to get deal' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The DUP says it will not support the PM's plan for NI as it has concerns about customs and consent.
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Brexit deal would make Wales poorer - Mark Drakeford (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The first minister says the new agreement would do "untold damage" to the Welsh economy.
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Simon Smith: Triple baby killer moved to open prison (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The mother of one of Simon Smith's victims says she is "devastated" and "horrified" by the decision.
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BBC News - Business

Pound's gains erased amid Brexit deal jitters (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Sterling jumps at first on news of a deal, but falls back after the DUP reiterates its opposition.
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Kevin McCloud property firms face liquidation (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
People lent thousands of pounds to a company which was founded by the Grand Designs presenter.
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BA passengers: Cabin fumes gave us breathing problems (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A British Airways flight to Valencia in August was evacuated after the aircraft filled with smoke.
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Online fashion twice as ‘racy’ as High Street (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Online fashion stores are more likely than traditional ones to use images seen as "racy", BBC research finds.
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Three phone services restored 'for majority' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Three says it is experiencing "technical difficulties with voice, text and data".
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Dior apologises for using China map without Taiwan (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The French luxury brand was criticised for using a map that didn't show the island claimed by China.
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Tesla gets the go-ahead to build cars in China (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The electric carmaker started building its new Gigafactory 3 in Shangahi at the start of the year.
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Netflix warns of 'headwind' as new rivals loom (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The firm's subscriber growth is slowing, and Disney and Apple are due to launch their own streaming services.
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Asda contract protesters deliver petition to Leeds HQ (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Hundreds of protesters deliver a petition in an Asda shopping trolley to the store's headquarters.
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GM reaches 'tentative' deal with striking UAW workers (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Workers have been on strike for nearly five weeks as they demand better pay and working conditions.
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My Money: 'BOOM, suddenly £14.99 less rich!' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
As part of a new BBC blog series, Olivia Davies shares what she's spent her money on this week.
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Exchange rates: Why has the value of the pound jumped? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A simple guide to how currency is valued and what it means for your finances.
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And 'Lo!' - How the internet was born (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Interface Message Processors built the Arpanet, which led to the internet of today.
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What is the UK's inflation rate? (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A guide to what inflation is and why it matters for household finances.
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The hungry 26-year-old who set up a £100m food firm (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
When Timo Boldt realised he wanted to get meal kits delivered, he decided to set up his own firm.
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Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Churches are increasingly using social media and specialist software to help reach their congregations.
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Love Island: How Amber Gill and Molly-Mae changed fashion (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
Social media is a powerful tool used by fast fashion companies, but with big names alongside them are they unstoppable?
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How selling citizenship is now big business (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
A growing number of countries will now sell foreigners one of their passports - for a price.
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How interchangeable parts revolutionised the way things are made (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
One man's desire to create the perfect gun profoundly changed manufacturing.
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How 3D technology is capturing the world (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
From computer games to railway tracks, capturing 3D images in exquisite detail is now big business.
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Femtech: Right time, wrong term? (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
The 'femtech' label for women's health tech is flourishing but not everybody is a fan.
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The boss who rescued 300 Syrian refugees (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
Entrepreneur Jim Estill spent CA$1.5m of his own money to bring Syrian refugees to Canada.
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‘I’m being jailed for four emails from 12 years ago’ (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
A former trader says the US government submitted misleading evidence to court.
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BA passengers: Cabin fumes affected our health (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Two months after their British Airways flight filled with smoke mid-air, passengers say they're still having breathing difficulties.
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My way to stop boardroom infighting (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
CEO Gordon Wilson says his way to stop execs infighting is for people to open up about themselves.
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Staff back at work in former Thomas Cook shops (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Former Thomas Cook staff go back to work in their travel shops.
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Turning Paris's underground car parks into mushrooms farms (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Paris is renovating many of its underground car parks and some are now growing mushrooms.
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How the speed camera became a million dollar idea (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the speed camera became a million dollar idea.
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What does the new £20 note look like? (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
The BBC's Simon Gompertz explains what the new £20 banknote looks like.
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Brexit: Will the flower industry wilt or bloom? (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
Radio 1 Newsbeat follows a bunch of flowers on its journey from Europe’s largest auction to a florist in Kent.
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BBC News - UK Politics

Brexit: Johnson 'very confident' MPs will back deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The PM is facing an uphill battle to get his new Brexit deal through the House of Commons on Saturday.
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Brexit deal: Why does the DUP's opinion matter? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
BBC News NI assesses the new Brexit deal, why the DUP won't vote for it and why that matters.
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Stormont to be recalled after abortion petition (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The move is a last-ditch attempt to stop the reform of NI's abortion law.
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Louise Ellman: MP quits Labour over anti-Semitism concerns (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The MP leaves after 55 years, saying anti-Semitism has become "mainstream" under Jeremy Corbyn.
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Legal bid at Court of Session to stop MPs passing 'illegal' Brexit deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Anti-Brexit campaigner Jo Maugham has lodged a petition at Scotland's highest civil court.
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Brexit: EU and UK reach deal but DUP refuses support (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The prime minister hails "excellent deal" with the EU, but a successful vote in Parliament is not yet certain.
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UK's controversial 'porn blocker' plan dropped (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A plan to force porn sites to verify users' ages will be shelved, says Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan.
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Climate change: Boris Johnson to chair new committee (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A committee is set up to push climate action but critics point to delay on environment policy.
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Northern rail could be nationalised (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The government is considering whether the management of the train service should be taken into public hands.
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Criminals 'could exploit' no-deal Brexit gaps (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
With two weeks to go, the National Audit Office warns governments and firms are not fully prepared.
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Party election broadcasts: How have they changed and do they still matter? (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
On the anniversary of the first appearance of the campaign tool on our screens, we look at their impact.
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Commons appoints new Serjeant at Arms (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Nigerian-born Ugbana Oyet will take up the position, which involves keeping order during debates.
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Curbing MP abuse 'not high priority' for leaders, says watchdog (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
The intimidation of MPs and their staff is threatening democracy, claims the UK standards watchdog.
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MP Antoinette Sandbach receives death threat after vote (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Cheshire MP Antoinette Sandbach said the threats would "not stop me from doing my job".
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SNP conference: Nicola Sturgeon says indyref2 'must happen next year' (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
The SNP leader tells her party's conference that Westminster has 'no right' to block a Scottish independence referendum.
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Conservative campaign leaflets: Vote for rivals puts Brexit at risk (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Campaign material suggests the party accepts the UK might not have left the EU by the time of an election.
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Brexit: What is in Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A revised Brexit deal has been agreed by the UK and EU. What does it contain?
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Brexit deal: Five reasons EU is happy with revised deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
EU leaders have hailed the agreement as a big step even though it still has to get through the UK Parliament.
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Brexit deal: Issue of consent at heart of DUP concern (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
For politicians in Belfast and Dublin, issues such as identity and peace-building are crucial.
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Brexit: What happens now? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The British government and the EU have agreed a new Brexit deal, but will it get through Parliament?
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Brexit deal: What does it mean? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Boris Johnson has agreed a new Brexit deal with the EU - but what does it mean and will Parliament pass it?
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Have UK voters changed their minds on Brexit? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Where do voters stand on Brexit, after more than three years of debate and negotiation?
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What's in the government's new environment bill? (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Environmentalists welcome parts of the new law, but others say the government is going backwards.
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The Queen's Speech: Robes, tiaras and plenty of pomp (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
Peers dressed in their finery, alongside MPs and guests, listen as the Queen sets out plans for Brexit and beyond.
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Queen's Speech: What is on Boris Johnson's to-do list? (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
The lowdown on the 26 bills being proposed by Boris Johnson's government.
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Queen's Speech: Why didn't the Queen wear her crown? (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
The 93-year-old monarch wore a diamond diadem while the crown rested on a table beside her.
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Brexit: What are the backstop options? (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
What are the plans to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Brexit?
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Poll tracker: How popular are the Westminster political parties? (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Our poll tracker measures how people say they are going to vote at the next general election.
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Bercow's influence hangs over race to be next commons Speaker (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
Six MPs set out why they should be the next House of Commons Speaker when John Bercow steps down.
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Brexit: What have been the sticking points? (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A revised Brexit deal, acceptable to both UK and EU negotiators, remains elusive. What have been the main sticking points?
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Queen's Speech: What is it and why is it important? (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
The vote that follows the Queen's Speech will be a test of confidence in the government.
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SNP conference: Three questions facing the party (Sat, 12 Oct 2019)
What are the key questions facing Scotland's dominant political party ahead of its conference in Aberdeen?
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How death threats spread in pro- and anti-Brexit Facebook groups (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
A BBC investigation found multiple violent comments and images, many aimed at individual MPs.
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Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A simple guide on the UK leaving the European Union.
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Reality Check: What's in Johnson's Brexit plan? (Wed, 02 Oct 2019)
The prime minister wants to remove the Brexit backstop and has a new plan to avoid a hard Irish border.
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Boris Johnson: £400m a week claim fact-checked (Tue, 01 Oct 2019)
Is the prime minister right to say the UK's bill for staying in the EU would rise to £400m per week?
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Could there be an early general election? (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
If MPs agree to vote for an early general election, how quickly could it take place?
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Do MPs need to mind their language? (Fri, 27 Sep 2019)
Brexit has dragged the tone of parliamentary debate into the gutter, according to some MPs - can it ever recover?
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What do the latest polls tell us about likely result of general election? (Fri, 13 Sep 2019)
Could Brexit change the electoral landscape or is another hung parliament on the cards?
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Brexit: What's Jeremy Corbyn's thinking? (Wed, 11 Sep 2019)
The BBC's Iain Watson looks at the strategy behind the Labour leader's red lines on Remain.
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How to register to vote for a general election and other questions (Thu, 12 Sep 2019)
If there was a general election before the end of the year, are you ready to vote?
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The party that didn't quite change UK politics (Wed, 11 Sep 2019)
When 11 former Labour and Tory MPs became The Independent Group they were full of hope. What happened?
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Brexit: Where do the parties stand? (Wed, 18 Sep 2019)
MPs have passed a law to extend the Brexit deadline, but where do the parties stand?
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Who is Black Rod and what do they do in Parliament? (Tue, 10 Sep 2019)
As the prorogation of Parliament began, #BlackRod started trending - but what does the role involve?
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Who is Commons Speaker John Bercow? (Mon, 09 Sep 2019)
The Commons Speaker has signalled his imminent departure after a decade of novelty and controversy.
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Backstop: Why is the Irish border blocking Brexit? (Mon, 09 Sep 2019)
Boris Johnson says he can solve the Irish border Brexit problem
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Can a no-deal Brexit still happen? (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
MPs passed a new law to avoid a no-deal exit. But how might the prime minister get around it?
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Do voters support a no-deal Brexit? (Wed, 04 Sep 2019)
What the polls tell us about support for taking the UK out of the European Union without a deal.
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Can no-deal Brexit be stopped? (Tue, 03 Sep 2019)
What ways - if any - do MPs and lawyers have of preventing the UK leaving the EU without a deal on 31 October?
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How are MPs deselected? (Mon, 02 Sep 2019)
What are the rules for removing Tory MPs and which high-profile figures are under threat over Brexit?
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Parliament suspension: Readers' questions answered (Thu, 29 Aug 2019)
You had many questions about the PM's plan to suspend Parliament. Here are some of the answers.
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What is a 'no-deal Brexit'? (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
What people really mean when they talk about leaving the EU without a Brexit deal.
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What is a vote of no confidence? (Mon, 30 Sep 2019)
Why governments can only continue if they have the confidence of the House of Commons.
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No-deal Brexit: 10 ways it could affect you (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?
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DUP: PM 'too eager for Brexit deal at any cost' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds says the Benn Act has forced the PM into "desperation measures".
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PM Boris Johnson: This is a very good deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the new Brexit deal struck between the UK and EU is a "reasonable, fair outcome".
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Jeremy Corbyn says Labour will oppose the new deal (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn says the prime minister's new Brexit deal is leading Britain "in the direction of a de-regulated society".
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Brexit: 'This is a good deal' says chancellor (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The chancellor praises the deal brokered between the UK and EU, and urges parliamentarians to back it.
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Michel Barnier confirms new Brexit deal reached (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier announces a new deal between the UK and EU has been agreed.
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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says deal provides 'certainty' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The European Commission President says the new deal is a "testament to our commitment to finding a solution" and "provides peace and stability on the island of Ireland".
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Jo Swinson says new deal is 'even worse for our economy' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson says her party will still be arguing for the public to have the "final say" and give them the chance to remain in the EU.
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Germany's Ursula von der Leyen nominated to lead EU Commission (Tue, 02 Jul 2019)
German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen is picked for the top EU post after a marathon summit.
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Nasa unveils new spacesuit for next Moon landing (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The agency reveals a prototype for a lunar surface spacesuit to fit all shapes and sizes.
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How plastic bags were supposed to help save the planet (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Family of inventor says they were designed to be reused to stop trees from being destroyed.
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Extinction Rebellion protesters dragged from Tube train roof (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Extinction Rebellion says it will "take stock" of the reaction to the action for future protests.
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Climate change: Boris Johnson to chair new committee (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A committee is set up to push climate action but critics point to delay on environment policy.
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Human 'mini-brains' slow at developing among primates (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Researchers grow brains in a lab and discover that human neurons develop more slowly than those of other primates.
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Bloodhound diary: South African trials get under way (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The team behind the Bloodhound supersonic car is in Northern Cape to start running the vehicle.
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Southwest Atlantic humpback whales on recovery path (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The population first ravaged by commercial whalers in the 1900s is almost back to where it was.
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Brexit hits UK science funding and workforce (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The first figures emerge demonstrating that Brexit uncertainty has adversely affected UK research.
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Why scientists are ‘listening’ to the Matterhorn (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Sparked by an unexpected rockfall, researchers placed sensors on the mountain to monitor the site.
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Egypt archaeologists find 20 ancient coffins near Luxor (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The coffins, whose decorations are still visible, were uncovered at a Theban necropolis near Luxor.
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Prince William calls for climate change action on glacier visit (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The Duke of Cambridge calls for more education and awareness during a visit to northern Pakistan.
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Unmanned ship to go on 400-year-old journey across the Atlantic (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
UK-based team to chart unprecedented waters with fully autonomous sea journey.
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What's in the government's new environment bill? (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Environmentalists welcome parts of the new law, but others say the government is going backwards.
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Extinction Rebellion protests continue in London despite ban (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
The group says it has taken steps towards legal action over the restriction of protests in London.
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Plant 'takes' botanical world's first selfie in London Zoo experiment (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A camera set-up powered by a plant could pave the way for the remote monitoring of rainforests.
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Central heating boilers 'put climate change goals at risk' (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
The UK will not meet its climate change targets without a revolution in home heating, a think tank says.
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Electronic devices 'need to use recycled plastic' (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Consumers need to demand electronic devices that use recycled plastic, campaigners say.
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New environment laws in Queen's speech (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
Crime and health take centre stage, but opposition parties dismiss the programme as "election manifesto".
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Climate change: Big lifestyle changes are the only answer (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
The experts tell us that small, easy changes alone will not be enough to combat climate change.
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Alexei Leonov: First person to walk in space dies aged 85 (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov floated above the Earth for 12 minutes in 1965.
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Badger culls have varying impacts on cattle TB (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
The UK government policy sees cattle TB incidence fall in two badger cull areas but rise in a third.
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Norfolk RSPCA centre saves 50th seal with injuries from rubbish (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
The "necklace" injuries, many caused by discarded plastic waste, are becoming more common, says the RSPCA.
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Europe eyes improved 'space weather' resilience (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
The Sun's outbursts can disrupt technology on Earth, and Europe needs better protection.
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Plastic pollution: How Ibiza is tackling its problem with waste (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Hundreds of thousands of Brits travel to Ibiza each summer, but what happens to their waste when they leave?
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Natural 'bumblebee medicine' found in heather (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
Preserving heather in the natural landscape could have benefits for wild bees, say scientists.
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'Molar Berg' does a quick Antarctic pirouette (Thu, 10 Oct 2019)
Satellite spies the White Continent's newest giant iceberg as it spins around.
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Nobel chemistry prize: Lithium-ion battery scientists honoured (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
Three scientists have been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the development of lithium-ion batteries.
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Why this woman hates to hear about 'big bad wolf' (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The leashed beasts may look like large powerful dogs, but they still have the wild heart of a wolf.
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The Russian who could have been first to Moon (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
Alexei Leonov, who died on Friday, could have been the first human to land on the Moon.
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Yikes! Fox and rodent battle is top wildlife photo (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A shot of a predator-prey confrontation wins the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
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Microplastics: Seeking the 'plastic score' of the food on our plates (Sun, 13 Oct 2019)
Microplastics are everywhere, but how worried should we be? Scientists are on a mission to find out more.
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Hundreds of temperature records broken over summer (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
Nearly 400 all-time high temperature records were broken over the summer.
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'Ozone hole vigilance still required' (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
It may be the smallest ozone hole in three decades but scientists are warning against complacency.
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Nobel Peace Prize: Why is it so important? (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is named as the winner of this year's Nobel Peace Prize.
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How interchangeable parts revolutionised the way things are made (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
One man's desire to create the perfect gun profoundly changed manufacturing.
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Butterflies, birds and zebras: The magic of animal motion (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
Shortlisted entries for the Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition.
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Uncovering secrets of mystery civilization in Saudi Arabia (Thu, 03 Oct 2019)
A team of more than 60 experts is trying to find out more about the enigmatic Nabataean culture.
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Collecting polar bear footprints to map family trees (Tue, 01 Oct 2019)
Scientists use new 'environmental DNA' technique to identify each polar bear and their relationship.
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Cardiff Half Marathon: Worry over environmental impact (Sat, 05 Oct 2019)
Organisers of the Cardiff Half Marathon have taken measures to reduce the event's carbon footprint.
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How to weigh a whale without a scale (Wed, 02 Oct 2019)
Drones can be used to work out the body mass of the largest animals on the planet, helping in their conservation.
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Why a brainless yellow 'blob' that can learn is mystifying scientists (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
A yellow organism, which looks like fungus but acts like an animal, has gone on display at a Paris zoo.
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Could cricket and worm burgers help save the planet? (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
Insects are being touted as an eco-friendly protein source, but do bug burgers pass the taste test?
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Plastic-free Penzance: The UK's most eco-friendly town? (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
Where businesses cut down on plastic, fishermen collect litter and students march about the climate.
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How do you breathe less pollution on school run? (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
Going on foot, by bike or by car? Three Sheffield families took part in a test to find out.
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How the Great Barrier Reef was saved in the 1960s (Wed, 09 Oct 2019)
The conservationists who campaigned to prevent mining and oil drilling on Australia's coral reef.
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BBC News - Technology

Google Pixel 4 Face Unlock works if eyes are shut (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Google confirms its new security system may unlock a person's device even if their eyes are shut.
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Three phone services restored 'for majority' (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Three says it is experiencing "technical difficulties with voice, text and data".
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Google and BBC scrap VR projects (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Virtual reality may still be a few years from realising its potential, says one expert.
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Samsung: Anyone's thumbprint can unlock Galaxy S10 phone (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
Firm promises fix after couple discover any fingerprint can unlock the device when put in case.
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O2 launches 5G network in five UK cities and Slough (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The operator is going head to head with rivals EE, Vodafone, Three and BT Mobile.
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Vatican launches new 'eRosary' bracelet (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
The gadget aims to help young Catholics pray for world peace and contemplate the gospel.
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UK's controversial 'porn blocker' plan dropped (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A plan to force porn sites to verify users' ages will be shelved, says Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan.
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Unmanned ship to go on 400-year-old journey across the Atlantic (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
UK-based team to chart unprecedented waters with fully autonomous sea journey.
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'Sextortion botnet spreads 30,000 emails an hour’ (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
A huge network of hijacked computers is sending out notes threatening to publish compromising images, researchers say.
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Dark web child abuse: Hundreds arrested across 38 countries (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The site, run from South Korea, had hundreds of thousands of videos containing child abuse.
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'Send nudes' Boohoo ad banned after complaint (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
The advert for clothes in skin tones was not socially responsible, the UK advertising watchdog rules.
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Why scientists are ‘listening’ to the Matterhorn (Wed, 16 Oct 2019)
Sparked by an unexpected rockfall, researchers placed sensors on the mountain to monitor the site.
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How tech changed the way DreamWorks animates (Mon, 14 Oct 2019)
Improved computer processing has allowed artists to add a great level of detail to their films.
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Turning the John Wick movies into a video game (Tue, 08 Oct 2019)
The game, John Wick Hex, translates the film's fast paced combat into a top-down strategy game.
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AI could become 'an enemy of the human race' warns expert (Mon, 07 Oct 2019)
Dr Stuart Russell warns that AI could become "too competent" at fulfilling badly-framed goals.
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Transhumanism: How far would you go for a body upgrade? (Sun, 06 Oct 2019)
Meet the "transhumanists" who are pushing the boundaries of technology to implant chips and more into their bodies.
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Google chief: I'd disclose smart speakers before guests enter my home (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Rick Osterloh suggests house guests have the right to know smart speakers are in use before entering.
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India's on a digital sprint that is leaving millions behind (Thu, 17 Oct 2019)
For every urban Indian who has access to the internet, there is at least one rural Indian who does not.
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Eritrea - where ATMs are unknown and Sim cards are like gold dust (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
A BBC team gets rare access to Eritrea, often described as one of the most repressive states in Africa.
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Shooting drones out of the sky with Phasers (Tue, 15 Oct 2019)
Cheap drones can defeat modern air defences, as shown by the attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.
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Holy tech! Churches try new ways to connect (Fri, 11 Oct 2019)
Churches are increasingly using social media and specialist software to help reach their congregations.
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