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How Apple AirTags are being used by criminals
GPS tracking devices are becoming more popular and criminals are using them. For example, we're seeing Apple AirTags being used to track cars and steal them from home driveways.
Use your iPhone or download an Android tracker detect app to help you find Bluetooth trackers near you.
Cost of living: Firms warned consumers want more than low prices
Businesses need to be flexible and transparent with their customers who face rapid price rises - in order to get loyalty in return, according to The Institute of Customer Service.
Brexit: No case for UK returning to EU, Labour leader Starmer says
The UK "will not go back into the EU" under a Labour government, Sir Keir Starmer has said, in a speech attacking the government's record on Brexit.
Pressure continues on Downing Street over Pincher allegations
Ministers publicly defended Boris Johnson over the weekend and into Monday, stressing that he was not aware of any specific allegations.
Nomura Says Many Major Economies Will Hit Recession In 2023
A report by Nomura Holdings Inc revealed many major economies will enter recessions over the next 12 months. This is spurred due to tightening government policies and rising liv...
Tattoos and piercings are more common among those who experienced childhood abuse and neglect
Tattoos and piercings have skyrocketed in popularity over the last few decades. These body modifications can be seen as a way to express individuality, but could there be a dark...
Legislation aims to shield UK internet users from state-backed disinformation
Changes to online safety bill require tech firms to minimise people’s exposure to ‘hostile online warfare’
Parliament an unsafe workplace due to ‘endless’ MP sex allegations, say unions
Two unions say political parties cannot be trusted to deal with sexual misbehaviour by their own MPs
‘Is it a U-turn?’: what Keir Starmer has said about Brexit redress
Labour leader’s latest words on Brexit close door on former ambition to soften or overturn it
Premier League seeks clubs' backing for gambling sponsor ban
English football's top clubs have been asked by the Premier League to support a voluntary ban on betting shirt sponsorships in an eleventh-hour bid to avert legislation.
Labour shortages leave tonnes of food unpicked on British farms
A lack of seasonal workers, triggered by Brexit and then the invasion of Ukraine, has cost farmers hundreds of thousands of pounds in dead crops.
Starmer ends Labour silence on Brexit as he rules out rejoining single market
Labour leader says he will rebuild trust with EU and get ‘a better deal for the British people’
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