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Take away alcohol sales introduced to ease pressure on the hospitality sector

Pubs will be allowed to sell take away alcohol in a bid to ease the pressure faced by the industry.

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”.

Uber sued for using GDPR breaching algorithms to fire drivers

Uber has been accused of using automated algorithms to fire drivers, something which if true would be a gross violation of GDPR.

Covid Vaccine could arrive by the end of this year

A Covid vaccine could be proved safe and effective by as early as the end of November, according to Dr Anthony Faucci,...

Tesla hits new sales record despite pandemic

Tesla recorded $8.7bn in revenue in the three months leading in to September, a fifth quarter in a row of profit.

Deepfake – How advanced AI software is being used to abuse thousands of women

Deepfakes began as a promising new technology in the field of visual effects but has become a tool to fuel revenge porn,...

Smartphones can tell when you are drunk

Smartphones have become our first world Swiss Army Knife, they can tell the time, tell us where we are and how to...

Foxconn investment falls short

Taiwanese tech giant Foxconn has failed to live up to expectations as it falls short of fulfilling promises to employ thousands of...
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Pound down amidst no-deal fears for Brexit

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UK caught in Boeing Dispute

The UK has "no authority" to impose tariffs as part of an aircraft subsidies row after leaving the EU, the US has...