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Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021
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The Robot Revolution Is Happening-Like It or Not
Nearly every company across every industry is looking for new ways to minimize human contact, cut costs and address the labor crunch in repetitive and dangerous jobs.
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Pamela Anderson joins Tucker to talk about potential final day pardons
Actress Pamela Anderson, who became close friends with Julian Assange, says his pardon would be a "defining moment" for President Trump on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.
What Angela Merkel's exit means for Germany — and Europe
The European Union is about to lose one of its last anti-populist voices.
Trump's last-day dilemma: stay and go to jail in shame, or flee to heroic exile in Israel
The chances that Donald Trump will remain a free man after today is almost zero, regardless of any evidence of wrong-doing. Whatever is his final decision, President Trump has o...
How Biden can be a global leader
Joe Biden's greatest challenge will be to repair America's reputation—currently the lowest it's been for two decades. How can the new president re-boot America's global leadership?
Are you ready for a British Fox News? The people behind GB News hope so
With strident views, new voices and £60m of funding, new channel GB News has ambitions to take on the big beasts at the BBC, ITN and Sky. Ian Burrell reports
Iran blames bitcoin miners for blackouts
Iran has launched a crackdown on cryptocurrency miners who it claims are responsible for power blackouts that are blighting the country.
Lord Sumption tells woman with stage four cancer her life is 'less valuable'
A former Supreme Court judge and anti-lockdown campaigner has told a woman with stage four bowel cancer that her life was ‘less valuable’ than others.
White, male, Trump-voting troops MAY BETRAY Biden at inauguration, Dem Congressman suggests, in prediction even CNN finds crazy
With the FBI screening National Guard troops for potential animosity toward Joe Biden, Democratic Rep. Steve Cohen reckons the soldiers’ gender and skin color are proof enough t...
Software data shows freight groups avoiding UK, prices rising
An increasing number of freight groups rejected contracts to move goods from France into Britain in the second week of January, while prices rose, according to data that shows t...
World On Brink Of "Catastrophic Moral Failure" On Vaccines: WHO Chief
COVID-19 Vaccine: "Not only does this me-first approach leave the world's poorest and most vulnerable at risk, it is also self-defeating," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Gh...
Call to prioritise minority ethnic groups for Covid vaccines
BAME communities should be better protected as they are more at risk, say public health experts and MPs
UK's Johnson criticised over lack of COVID-19 welfare commitment
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was criticised in parliament on Monday for refusing to commit to the renewal of a temporary welfare payment increase brought in last year to...
Rompers Make a Comeback for Spring/Summer 2021
From Isabel Marant to Fendi, black and white rompers bring a refresh to the playful trend for Spring/Summer 2021.
Matt Hancock: ‘Don’t blow it now, we are on the route out’
Matt Hancock warned people not to “blow it now” as he urged Britons to stick to lockdown rules while the vaccination programme continues.
Making The Most Of The Mantel: 15 Gorgeous Mantel Decoration Ideas
A bare mantelpiece is a missed opportunity.
Hope as cases fall all across London with infections down by third
Only three London boroughs have infection rates of over 1,000 new cases per 100,000 population, down from 17 last week
Biden Pushes Unity 2-Days Before Taking Over White House, Trump Considers 100 Pardons
The Democrat's fervent appeals for optimism and healing -- which are also set to dominate his inauguration event on Wednesday -- are running up against the hard reality of multi...
Partygoers claim they didn't know of pandemic as they 'don't watch the news'
Guests at a house party that was shut down by police have claimed they were ‘unaware of the global pandemic’ because they ‘never watch the news’.
No direct link between 33 deaths and Covid vaccine, Norway says
There is no evidence of a direct link between the vaccine and the deaths of 33 people in Norway who had received the jab, health officials have ruled.
Covid vaccine: Health minister denies jabs being held back
Wales' health minister has denied Covid-19 vaccines are being held back.
Former data scientist & coronavirus crusader Rebekah Jones charged with computer misuse after turning herself in to Florida police
A fired data scientist who accused Florida officials of manipulating coronavirus statistics to open up the state sooner has turned herself in and been charged with illegally acc...
Archbishop of Canterbury says vaccine is 'answer to prayer' as he receives jab. but covid-19 too, if we follow the same logic...
The Archbishop of Canterbury has received his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine as he urged others to do the same.
Samsung Chief Jailed For 2.5 Years Over Corruption Scandal
The ruling also cements a major shift in South Korea's view on wrongdoings committed by the owners of the country's powerful conglomerates, or chaebol, which led the country's e...
EasyJet Holidays sees summer bookings surge 250%
EasyJet says bookings for this summer with its holidays arm are up 250% on last year, fuelling the airline industry's hopes of pent up demand for when lockdown restrictions ease.
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