Tuesday, September 25, 2018

There is no need for us to cancel Trump’s state visit, because it’s unlikely...

It is an unprecedented problem of diplomatic etiquette: How do you disinvite the leader of your most powerful ally to an already announced state...

Swedish man convicted over ‘online rape’ of teens groomed into performing webcam sex acts

A 41-year-old Swedish man was convicted of rape and sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday for coercing young teenagers in Canada,...

Shell reveals gender pay gap of 22%

Oil giant Shell has revealed that women are paid nearly a quarter less than their male colleagues. The UK’s biggest company said that it...

Japan urged to scrap law forcing transgender people to be sterilised before they can...

The Japanese Government is being urged to end a rule requiring transgender people to undergo sterilisation to legally change gender. People who seek to...

Donald Trump ‘may recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital’

The White House has signalled that President Donald Trump may recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, a distinction that would likely cause...

Bitcoin price – live updates: Cryptocurrency up and down as fears of bubble increase

The value of bitcoin has dropped just below $10,000 after hitting a record high earlier this week. The cryptocurrency, which is attracting a huge...

Brexit: Government must ring fence any agreement on citizens’ rights even if negotiations collapse,...

Any agreement reached on citizens’ rights in the Brexit negotiations must be ring-fenced even if the talks collapse and no deal is agreed...

RBS to shut more than 250 branches and cut almost 700 jobs

RBS has announced plans to close 259 branches, cutting 680 jobs, in response to customers migrating towards online and mobile services. In total, 62...

Morgan Stanley warns Corbyn is more economically dangerous than hard Brexit – despite helping...

This week, Morgan Stanley claimed that “Corbyn would be more of a danger to markets than hard Brexit”, something which I saw as...

Robots could force 800 million people out of a job, finds study

As many as 800 million people could be forced out of employment by 2030 due to the rise of robots in the workplace,...

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