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Comic Relief to stop sending celebrities to Africa

Comic Relief has decided to stop sending celebrities to Africa following criticism that they were going to the continent as “white saviours”.

Whales and dolphins at imminent risk of extinction

An open letter urging action be taken to save dolphins, whales and porpoises from the brink of extinction has been signed by...

UK Housing Market Recovering Strongly, Nationwide Says

According to the Nationwide, UK house prices rose by 5% during September compared to a year ago, with the property market continuing...

A Second Lockdown & The £2bn Dilemma

From the 28th of September, individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 or have been contacted by a test and trace service will be...

Uber To Keep Operating In London

Uber has been granted the right to hold an operating license in London following a judge’s ruling that the ride-hailing app was...

Comic Relief to stop sending celebrities to Africa

Comic Relief has decided to stop sending celebrities to Africa following criticism that they were going to the continent as “white saviours”.

Shoppable Inc. expands to Europe with Post-Brexit UK investment

San Jose based startup - Shoppable Inc. has seen enormous success in the e-commerce world and is now eyeing expansion to Europe, with its...

Lockdown sees rise in demand for books

The national lockdown in March seems to have had an unexpected impact on the number of people rediscovering a love of literature...