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18 Celebrity Lookalikes You Didn't Know Existed
From Natalie Portman to Margot Robbie, discover these celebrities famous dopplegängers.
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Wonder what your customer really wants? Ask. Don’t tell.
Inside The Cryptocurrency Revolution
Bitcoin’s emergence as a global digital currency has been as revolutionary as it has been erratic. But while fledgling investors obsess over every fluctuation in the cryptocurre...
UK insurers pay 700 million pounds so far in business interruption claims
Insurers have paid out more than 700 million pounds ($988.89 million) so far in business interruption payments following a court ruling earlier this year, Britain’s markets watc...
France to hold up EU-UK financial services deal over fisheries
Paris has said it will delay a European Union financial services deal with Britain until Prime Minister Boris Johnson grants European fishermen fair access to UK waters, a sourc...
Britain occupied Hong Kong, draft textbook for students says
Teachers say the revisions could narrow room for classroom discussion of Hong Kong history.
Rishi Sunak accidentally sums up everything wrong with Tory Britain in one line
RISHI Sunak is very pleased with himself and his Tories, that's the one takeaway from his speech in the House of Commons today.
How small businesses can now advertise on Britain’s biggest news websites
The end of lockdown couldn't come soon enough for small businesses up and down the country - but many are managing to come back with a bang through clever advertising
Kids are taking governments to court over climate. And they are starting to win
It was early in the morning when Luisa Neubauer got the call from her lawyer. She was staying at her mother's house, frantically trying to finish a book she'd been working on, s...
UK PM Johnson 'apologises unreservedly' for British Army's killing of nine 'entirely innocent' Northern Irish people in Belfast
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologised on behalf of the government for the killings of nine Northern Irish people in 1971, after a judge ruled they were totally inno...
Online safety bill ‘a recipe for censorship’, say campaigners
Proposals hand Ofcom the power to identify ‘lawful but harmful’ content and punish social networks that fail to remove it
Tech firms could face fines over harmful content in government's new online safety bill
The new internet bill is expected to come before parliament in the coming months.
No 10 seeks to cancel county court debt judgement against Boris Johnson
Downing Street is seeking to cancel a county court judgement against Prime Minister Boris Johnson that cites an unpaid bill of £535.
UK economy shrinks by only 1.5% in first quarter despite lockdown
According to official statistics, the economy even managed to grow by 2.1 per cent in March when the country began easing some restrictions
German government ordered WhatsApp to prevents Facebook from collecting personal data. Facebook Ignore as Germany can do nothing but noise
The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and “Freedom” of Information, or HmbBfDI, said Tuesday that it has issued an injunction that prevents Facebook from processing perso...
Covid: Lessons to be learned from spring 2022 public inquiry - PM
The government is "fully committed to learning the lessons at every stage" of the pandemic, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.
Boris Johnson under fire for delaying Covid public inquiry until 2022
Bereaved families and experts say lessons should be learned quickly before a potential third wave
These 25 Designer Staircases Reach a Whole New Level of Cool
Instagram adds option to show pronouns on profile
The social media platform rolls out the change in countries, including the UK, with people able to choose up to four pronouns.
Twitter adds 'tip jar' to pay for good tweeting
Twitter has launched a new "tip jar" feature that lets people send money to others on the social network.
Obsessed with his place in history, EU negotiator Barnier’s Brexit diaries reveal reaching an amicable deal was never a goal
Wonder why the Brexit process was so tortuous? ‘La Grande Illusion’ by Michel Barnier explains a lot, laying bare a life of jet-setting privilege that exposes a basic inability ...
WHO chief urges world to follow U.S. lead and support waiving Covid vaccine patent protections
WHO chief says he urges other countries to follow the example of the U.S. on supporting vaccine patent waivers.
Looking At Solutions For Indian COVID-19 Variant: UK PM
"We must be vigilant because the threat of this virus remains real and new variants pose a potentially lethal danger, including the one first identified in India which is of inc...
Hunter Schafer Stars in New Prada Galleria Bag Campaign
The Euphoria actress models for Prada's latest video campaign shot by director Xavier Dolan.
Radovan Karadzic: Ex-Bosnian Serb leader to be sent to UK prison
Radovan Karadzic, the former Bosnian Serb leader convicted of genocide during the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, is to serve the rest of his life sentence in a British jail.
Elon Musk Tweets Tesla Self-Driving Rollout Could Take A Couple Of Months; Stock Falls
Tesla Inc's top boss Elon Musk said Tesla is tweaking its self-driving software to eliminate a phantom braking problem and may release a significantly improved version within th...
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