The Government should put pressure on tech companies to share more data or risk bringing the development of emerging technologies in the UK to a halt, the Open Data Institute has warned.
Olympic sprinter Nigel Levine has been banned from all sport for four years after failing a drugs test.
The BBC will “fundamentally change” for the worse if it has to provide free television licences for the over-75s, the broadcaster has said as it launched a public consultation on the issue.
At least 40 people were killed in an explosion at a meeting of top clerics in Kabul on Tuesday, officials said, in one of the deadliest attacks to strike the Afghan capital in months.
With Brexit negotiations reaching fever pitch, there are more bristling Britons looking to skip the country perhaps than usual.
It’s one thing to renovate a dilapidated property into a beautiful home with all the hi-tech amenities a modern family might expect.
Mo Farah has suggested he may make a surprise return to the track in an effort to win Olympic 10,000m gold at Tokyo 2020.
It has been an autumn of financial upset on West Street, that useful but under-loved side-street that cuts between Upper St Martin’s Lane and Cambridge Circus (the residence of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child).