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Tesco blackmail trial: Mum 'felt sick' after finding blade in baby food - BBC News

Tesco blackmail trial: Mum 'felt sick' after finding blade in baby food   BBC News
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Farmer 'blackmailed Tesco over contaminated baby food' - BBC News

Farmer 'blackmailed Tesco over contaminated baby food'   BBC News Farmer accused of trying to extort £1.4m from Tesco by contaminating baby food   The Guardian Farmer 'put shards of metal in Tesco baby food in blackmail plot'   Metro.co.uk Farmer contaminated Tesco baby food as part of £1.4m blackmail plot, court hears   Telegraph.co.uk Farmer 'tried to extort Tesco for £1.4m by lacing baby food with metal'   Yahoo Sports View Full Coverage on Google News
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Coronavirus: Tesco Swindon store staff test positive - BBC News

Coronavirus: Tesco Swindon store staff test positive   BBC News
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Rise in care children being 'deprived of liberty'

BBC News finds a sharp rise in the number of children in care with restrictions placed on their freedom.
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Twitter hacker's bond hearing "hacked" by Zoombombers

Well perhaps unsurprisingly the accused Twitter hacker-Bitcoin thief’s first (virtual) hearing was shut down within 25 minutes due to relentless Zoombombing. (It ended a minute after this when someone screenshared a Porn Hub video.) pic.twitter.com/fGiceq4WfN— Jen Wieczner (@jenwieczner) August 5, 2020 The Zoom bond hearing for Graham Clark, 17, who is accused of hijacking famous people's Twitter accounts in a cryptocurrency scam, was interrupted this morning by Zoombombers "shouting racia...
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The Killers Will Investigate Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Road Crew

The Killers are conducting an investigation of past and present tour staff following allegations of sexual misconduct against their road crew, BBC News reports. In a story posted online several years ago and recirculated this week, a female sound technician claims that she witnessed a woman being abused backstage during the … More »
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Natalie Portman Reveals Thor: Love and Thunder Shooting Start Date

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Natalie Portman reveals Thor: Love and Thunder shooting start date With productions starting to resume overseas for a number of major film and TV titles, it looks like Thor: Love and Thunder, the highly-anticipated fourth installment in the MCU franchise, will begin shooting soon as Natalie Portman has revealed an estimated start date for production. (Via Slash Film) RELATED: Taika Waititi Finds a Positive in Thor: Love & Thunder Delay PB =...
Tags: Movies, Australia, BBC News, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Valkyrie, Natalie Portman, Serena Williams, Marvel Studios, Tessa Thompson, Thunder, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Vin Diesel, Jane, Portman, Taika Waititi


‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Aims to Begin Filming in Early 2021

Thanks to the coronavirus, we’re currently in the middle of the longest period between Marvel movies since Iron Man launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe back in 2008. While America is still flailing blindly through the pandemic, other countries around the world are handling things much better – which means major blockbuster productions have a better chance to operate safely on those shores. Thor: Love and Thunder, the next Thor sequel from writer/director Taika Waititi, is evidently eyeing a ...
Tags: Movies, Australia, America, BBC News, New Zealand, Christian Bale, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Natalie-Portman, Marvel Studios, Vin Diesel, Portman, Queensland Australia, Collider, Taika-Waititi, Jane Foster


The Difficulty of Starting a Business Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has put a strain on every aspect of the United States, from the economy to healthcare. With an unemployment rate of over eleven percent as of June 2020 and a COVID-19 death rate of approximately 150,000 lives, the country has taken a significant toll in all areas. For entrepreneurs who were on the precipice of launching a business right before COVID-19 hit, the setbacks taken therein could be monumental. Some leaders of start-ups have taken this opportunity to grow durin...
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Tesco set to close Belfast Metro store - BBC News

Tesco set to close Belfast Metro store   BBC News
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BBC News reaching highest ever global audience

A total of 438 million people came to BBC News on average every week in the year to March.
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Apple Says 'No Evidence' of Forced Labor at Key Chinese Supplier

Apple says it has found no evidence of alleged forced labor at one of its key Chinese suppliers, after the U.S. government blacklisted O-film as part of its continuing crackdown on Chinese tech companies. Tim Cook on a visit to a Chinese O-film facility in 2017 Camera and touch module supplier O-film Group was one of 11 Chinese companies added to the U.S. Commerce Department's Entity List on Monday over alleged human rights abuses involving China's Uighur Muslim minority. Activists have also...
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Apple Says 'No Evidence' of Forced Labor at Key Chinese Supplier [Updated]

Apple says it has found no evidence of alleged forced labor at one of its key Chinese suppliers, after the U.S. government blacklisted O-film as part of its continuing crackdown on Chinese tech companies. Tim Cook on a visit to a Chinese O-film facility in 2017 Camera and touch module supplier O-film Group was one of 11 Chinese companies added to the U.S. Commerce Department's Entity List on Monday over alleged human rights abuses involving China's Uighur Muslim minority. Activists have also...
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Taika Waititi on charity, homeschooling, racism and Star Wars

Thor and Jojo Rabbit filmmaker Taika Waititi tells BBC News what life has been like during lockdown
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Coronavirus: Care home reunions, Tesco cleaners and tiny houses - BBC News

Coronavirus: Care home reunions, Tesco cleaners and tiny houses   BBC News
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Apple Commits to Being 100% Carbon Neutral Across Entire Supply Chain By 2030

Apple today announced a target of becoming carbon neutral across its entire business and manufacturing supply chain by 2030. Apple is already carbon neutral across its global corporate operations, and this new commitment means that by 2030, every Apple device sold will have net zero climate impact. "Businesses have a profound opportunity to help build a more sustainable future, one born of our common concern for the planet we share," said Tim Cook, Apple's CEO. "The innovations powering our ...
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The Andrew Neil Show ends as BBC News unveils cuts

The broadcaster's show is one of several casualties as the BBC prepares to cut 520 jobs in news.
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The Andrew Neil Show to end as BBC News unveils cuts

The broadcaster's show is one of several casualties as the BBC prepares to cut 520 jobs in news.
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Tesco starts online refillable container trial - BBC News

Tesco starts online refillable container trial   BBC News
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Tesco launches online refillable container trial - BBC News

Tesco launches online refillable container trial   BBC News
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Tesco starts online refillable container trial - BBC News

Tesco starts online refillable container trial   BBC News
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BBC Signs Exclusive Deals with TripleLift

BBC positions itself to emerge strong from lockdown slowdown with new deal BBC Global News, the commercial ex-UK arm of BBC News responsible for BBC.com and the 24-hour global news channel BBC World News, announces today that it has signed an exclusive commercial deal with TripleLift. The company will serve as the exclusive native partner […] The post BBC Signs Exclusive Deals with TripleLift appeared first on Ad Tech Daily.
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Coronavirus: Emirates set to cut 9,000 jobs, citing pandemic - BBC News

Coronavirus: Emirates set to cut 9,000 jobs, citing pandemic - BBC News: The president of Emirates said the Middle Eastern airline is set to cut as many as 9,000 jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic.It is the first time the world's biggest long-haul carrier has disclosed how many jobs will be lost.Prior to the crisis, Emirates had 60,000 staff.Sir Tim Clark said the airline had already cut a tenth of its staff but said: "We will probably have to let go of a few more, probably up to 15%."T...
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Coronavirus: Council probe as Bracknell Tesco workers test positive - BBC News

Coronavirus: Council probe as Bracknell Tesco workers test positive   BBC News
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UK coronavirus live: No 10 fails to apologise for Boris Johnson's care home remarks amid criticism

Charity boss says blaming care sector for repeated government mistakes is unacceptableJohnson condemned over ‘cowardly’ care home claimsSeveral pubs in England close after positive coronavirus testsNearly one in six Britons would refuse Covid-19 vaccine, says surveyGlobal coronavirus updates – live 3.21pm BST The Downing Street attempt to draw a line under the row about Boris Johnson’s care homes criticism by trying to redefine what he actually said (see 12.23pm) does not seem to be working ...
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Racism and statues: How the toxic legacy of empire still affects us

BBC News presenter Clive Myrie visits Bristol and explores its colonial legacy.
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Tesco demands supplier price cuts in discount battle - BBC News

Tesco demands supplier price cuts in discount battle   BBC News Tesco demands supplier price cuts by July 10 - source   Reuters UK Tesco pressures suppliers to drop prices in Aldi price war   The Grocer Latest rules on face masks in Tesco, Asda, Aldi and Sainsbury's as supermarkets update guidelines   Chronicle Live Best times to shop at Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, M&S, Aldi, Lidl and Sainsbury's as opening times change   Cambridgeshire Live View Full Coverage on Google News
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BBC News Interview Hilariously Interrupted By Kid With Questions Of Her Own

"This is the most informative interview I've done all day," the presenter said.
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Rise in LGBT people seeking suicide prevention during lockdown

Eight charities tell BBC News they've had more LGBT people seeking suicide prevention support in lockdown.
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'Mummy, what's his name?': expert's daughter invades BBC interview

Dr Clare Wenham was speaking to BBC news when girl appeared with picture of unicornAfter more than three months of the pandemic, parents across the country are familiar with the challenges of juggling home working with childcare.But those perils were exposed in epic style when an expert being interviewed on the BBC News channel was interrupted by a young girl waving a picture of a unicorn.Dr Clare Wenham was being asked about the issue of local lockdowns in England when her daughter Scarlett app...
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