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Apple and Google Play remove three dating apps after FTC warning about underage users

The Federal Trade Commission said today that Google and Apple have removed three dating apps from their app stores because they could potentially be used by sexual predators to find children. In a parental advisory, FTC attorney Lisa Weintraub Schifferle wrote that FastMeet, Meet24 and Meet4U, all made by Ukrainian company Wildec, appeared to violate the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and the FTC Act. In a letter sent to Wildec at the beginning of May, the FTC said the apps did...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Apps, UK, Safety, Tech, Sunday Times, Grindr, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, Dating App, Age Verification, Lisa Weintraub Schifferle, Wildec LLC, Wildec


Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League final isn’t dead, says Graeme Souness

Liverpool & Tottenham On Tuesday night in the Champions League, all eyes will be on Anfield as Liverpool take on Barcelona. Liverpool have a mountain to climb to reach the final. Leo Messi scored twice against the Reds, while Luis Suarez opened against his former employers. If Barcelona score once at Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s side will need to score five to progress. Tottenham are also trailing in their semifinal against Ajax. Spurs travel to Amsterdam on Wednesday looking to overturn a 1-0 les...
Tags: London, Sport, Barcelona, Ajax, Soccer, Liverpool, Amsterdam, Spurs, Tottenham, Champions League, Graeme Souness, Harry Kane, Luis Suarez, Anfield, Jurgen Klopp, Moussa Sissoko


Jordan Peterson accuses Cambridge University of being 'unprofessional' after he found out from Twitter that he was stripped of fellowship

The controversial professor Jordan Peterson has said Cambridge University is "unprofessional" after he found out the institution had stripped him of a fellowship via Twitter. Dr Peterson, who will be speaking at a sold-out show at the Hammersmith Apollo next month, said he felt "sorrow" and "shock" over the decision, which came as Cambridge academics lambasted the university for inviting him. Many have dismissed the views of the Canadian psychologist, who has hundreds of thousands of fans and st...
Tags: News, Cambridge, Cambridge University, Sunday Times, Roger Scruton, Peterson, Hammersmith Apollo, Scruton, Jordan Peterson, Islamaphobe, Building Better Building Beautiful Commission


Värde Partners closes investment in Masthaven

Värde Partners has closed its previously announced investment of 60 million pounds in UK-based bank Masthaven. The capital infusion will enable Masthaven to increase its lending to consumer and SMEs. PRESS RELEASE LONDON – Masthaven, the UK specialist bank, and Värde Partners, a leading global alternative investment firm, today announced the completion of the strategic £60 million equity investment by Värde Partners in Masthaven, having previously announced the agreement in September 2018. The c...
Tags: UK, London, Trends, Financial Conduct Authority, Slaughter, Prudential Regulation Authority, Financial Services, Sunday Times, Financial Times, SMEs, Houlihan Lokey, Michael Baker, PE Deals, SME, Värde, Värde Partners


Royal Feud Explodes Into Public View Again as Palace Mulls Exile of Harry and Meghan

Chris Jackson / GettyHow would you feel if you found out your brother was planning to exile you to Africa because you were more popular than him?The relationship between Prince Harry and Prince William looked decidedly frosty as they walked separately into an Easter service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Sunday. It came after the bombshell revelation that there are plots afoot to send Harry and Meghan overseas for two or three years in 2020, partly to stop the glamorous newlyweds fr...
Tags: News, Africa, Diana, Harry, Zara, Kate, William, Sunday Times, Charlotte, Kensington Palace, Meghan, Mike Tindall, Windsor Castle, William What, Kensington Royal Instagram, St George 's Chapel


Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'to work in Africa' as they map out new life as a family

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are considering a major move to work in Africa after the birth of their first child, as the Duke and his older brother map out their separate working lives. The Duke and Duchess, who are already president and vice-president of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, have been in discussions with advisers over a “bespoke” international role for the next phase of their work in the Royal Family. Planning is in its earliest stages, as the couple await the birth of their first ...
Tags: News, Wales, Australia, Africa, Canada, Britain, Cambridge, Harry, Zara, William, Sunday Times, St George, Cambridges, Duke, Lesotho, Sussex


Feud Could Reportedly Drive Harry And Meghan to Africa

Richard Martin-Roberts/Getty ImagesPrince Harry, Meghan Markle and their new baby could move to Africa for two to three years in 2020, in an attempt to defuse the bitter feud with William and Kate that has dogged them in recent months, a bombshell report in Britain’s Sunday Times is claiming.The prince’s advisers are said to have been working on a ‘bespoke’ role for the couple which will combine work in their role as Commonwealth youth ambassadors, charity work and the job of promoting Britain.T...
Tags: News, Australia, Africa, Canada, Britain, Prince Charles, Harry, Kate, William, Sunday Times, Lesotho, Commonwealth, Botswana, Meghan, Harry And Meghan, Christopher Geidt the Queen


Eden Hazard is his own worst enemy: Graeme Souness before Liverpool vs Chelsea

Liverpool vs Chelsea Chelsea head to Anfield on Sunday in the Premier League. Liverpool need to win the match to maintain their hopes of winning the Premier League title. Should Liverpool beat Chelsea, they’ll stay above Man City in the table. As for Chelsea, they need the win to boost their chances of finishing in the top four. Chelsea start Sunday in sixth place in the league, behind Man United, Arsenal and Tottenham. Eden Hazard is his own worst enemy – Graeme Souness In his weekly Sunday ...
Tags: Sport, Frankfurt, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Real Madrid, West Ham, Graeme Souness, Anfield, Zinedine Zidane, Madrid, Sunday Times, Man City, Man United, Paul Pogba


Crickhowell named Best Place to Live in Wales by Sunday Times

Ten Welsh locations are named among the best in Britain, according to The Sunday Times.
Tags: News, Wales, Britain, Sunday Times


Murdoch wins preliminary backing to merge his Times titles

Rupert Murdoch's Times and the Sunday Times should be allowed to pool resources, the government rules.
Tags: UK, News, Rupert Murdoch, Times, Sunday Times, Murdoch


Brother of Sri Lanka ex-president sued over alleged torture and killings

Gotabaya Rajapaksa was defence secretary in last years of war against Tamil TigersThe brother of the former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa is being sued in a US court over alleged extrajudicial killing and torture, by the same lawyers who successfully brought a civil suit against the Syrian government for the killing of the Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin.Gotabaya Rajapaksa was Sri Lanka’s defence secretary during the final years of the country’s civil war against the Tamil Tigers u...
Tags: Human Rights, Law, US, World news, South and Central Asia, Torture, Sunday Times, Sri Lanka, Tamil Tigers, Mahinda Rajapaksa, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Tamil TigersThe, Marie Colvin Gotabaya Rajapaksa


Sources: Y Combinator’s growth fund to back challenger bank Monzo

Just 5 months after announcing £85 million in Series E funding, Monzo is already gearing up to raise additional funding, which would almost double its valuation. As reported in the Sunday Times yesterday, the U.K. challenger bank is close to raising £100 million in further funding in a new round led by an unnamed U.S. investor. If the deal goes through, it will reportedly give Monzo a pre-money valuation of £2 billion, up from £1 billion in October. Now TechCrunch has learned that the new U.S. b...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Y Combinator, Europe, Tech, Silicon Valley, North America, Sunday Times, Gocardless, Tom Blomfield, Monzo, Blomfield, General Catalyst Thrive Capital


Ajax’s Edwin van der Sar on returning to Manchester United

Edwin van der Sar & Manchester United The Sunday Times have an exclusive interview with Edwin van der Sar. Now 48, Van der Sar is the chief executive at Ajax. Van der Sar joined Man United in 2005 from Fulham. The Dutch goalie spent six seasons at Old Trafford, and he was hugely successful at the Red Devils. Van der Sar won the Premier League four times, the Champions League and FIFA Club World Cup once each, plus the League Cup. Could Van der Sar return to Man United? Man United are on the l...
Tags: Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Manchester, Old Trafford, Fifa, Champions League, Juventus, Fulham, Sunday Times, Man United, United, Vitesse, Edwin Van Der Sar


Romelu Lukaku & David De Gea: 7 Man United stars face summer transfers

Duncan Castles on Manchester United In the Sunday Times, reporter Duncan Castles reveals his latest Manchester United transfer rumours. Man United recently appointed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their new manager. But has Solskjaer’s appointment brought stability or more uncertainty at Old Trafford? United still have plenty to play for in the final months of the season. They take on Barcelona in the Champions League quarterfinals, while United are battling to finish the season in the Premier League ...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Old Trafford, Real Madrid, Champions League, Juventus, David De Gea, Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku, Sunday Times, Man United, Psg


More Vampire Weekend Father Of The Bride Details: A Hans Zimmer Sample, Lyrics About Palestine, & Multiple Songs With Danielle Haim

Today, the Sunday Times published an interview with Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, where he revealed new details about their forthcoming album, Father Of The Bride. Apparently, the opening track is a folky number called "Hold You Now" and includes a choral sample from the Hans Zimmer-scored The Thin Red Line. There are also … More »
Tags: Music, News, Sunday Times, Vampire Weekend, Hans Zimmer, Ezra Koenig, Danielle Haim


Theresa May 'could ask the Queen to stop soft Brexit', lawyers claim

Two lawyers drew up the eyebrow-raising paper, passed to the Sunday Times, as MPs prepare to go over Theresa May's head to approve a soft Brexit [Author: Dan Bloom]
Tags: Politics, Theresa May, Sunday Times, Dan Bloom


Gabon fans tell Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to quit Gabon

Burundi 1 – Gabon 1 Gabon closed out their 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifiers with a disappointing 1-1 draw in Burundi. While Burundi qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations finals for the first time in their history, Gabon are out. Cedric Amissi scored the crucial goal for Burundi, while Gabon levelled thanks to an own-goal from Omar Ngando late on. ¡Héroes nacionales! Tras igualar 1-1 contra Gabón, Burundi se clasificó por primera vez a la Copa Africana de Naciones y los hinchas coparon ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Arsenal, Mali, South Sudan, Sunday Times, Gabon, Burundi, Aubameyang, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Steve Morrow, Gabon Arsenal, Cedric Amissi, Omar Ngando, Gabón Burundi


Brexit mayday? PM May's ministers move to oust her, Sunday Times says

If May is toppled, Brexit would be thrust into doubt. It is unclear how, when and even if the United Kingdom will leave the EU. May, who voted to stay in the EU and won the top job in the chaos following the 2016 referendum, had vowed to deliver Brexit but she undermined her premiership with a botched snap election in 2017 which cost her party its parliamentary majority.
Tags: News, Eu, United Kingdom, Sunday Times, Brexit


Brexit: Theresa May says high time MPs vote for her deal in No 10 statement – Politics live

Rolling updates on the day’s political events, including PM’s statement at Downing Street and Labour leader leaving meeting Full story: May asks EU for Brexit delay until 30 JuneKey points in May’s letter to the EUDonald Tusk’s statement - Full textWhat Tusk’s announcement means - Snap analysis 9.20pm GMT Here the the PM’s full statement: “Nearly three years have passed since the public voted to leave the European Union. “It was the biggest democratic exercise in our country’s history. “I ca...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Jean-claude Juncker, National Health Service, Parliament, Article 50, Sunday Times, Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn


Britain’s richest man becomes new sponsor of Team Sky

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s richest man has bought the Team Sky cycling team, which will be renamed Team Ineos. Jim Ratcliffe, who is the chairman of chemicals giant Ineos, is reported by the Sunday Times rich list as being worth 21 billion dollars (18.5 million euros). Ineos pledged in a statement on Tuesday to honor […]
Tags: London, News, Sports, Ap, Britain, Team Sky, Sunday Times, Jim Ratcliffe, Ineos, Team Ineos


Online shoppers face rationing to stop no-deal Brexit hoarding of food and water - The Times

Online shoppers face rationing to stop no-deal Brexit hoarding of food and water   The Times Supermarkets are preparing to introduce rationing for online shoppers to prevent panic buying in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Sunday Times can reveal.
Tags: Shopping, Times, Sunday Times


Vice chairman of leading insurer believes it is time for a business reboot

Late last year I spoke with Jason Stockwood, Vice Chairman of Simply Business, the UK’s favorite business insurance broker, about a new book he has just had published: Reboot: A Blueprint for Happy, Human Business in the Digital Age. The book aims to counter much of the news and commentary that predicts the massively negative effect that Artificial Intelligence and automation will have on jobs and aims to show how any organization can think freshly and benefit from technology by putting its peop...
Tags: Business, UK, Leadership, Management, Business Growth, Employee Engagement, Change, Culture, Team, Sunday Times, Engagement, Jason, Reboot, Business Development, Employee Experience, Team Development


MPs call for investigation into Qatar World Cup bid claims

• Qatar reported to have offered Fifa $400m before 2022 success• Al Jazeera alleged to have signed TV contract making the offerAn investigation should be launched into claims that Qatar offered Fifa $400m (£307m) only three weeks before world football’s governing body awarded the 2022 World Cup to the desert state, according to the MP Damian Collins.Documents published by The Sunday Times appear to show that executives from Qatar’s state-run broadcaster Al Jazeera signed a television contract ma...
Tags: Football, Qatar, Sport, Football politics, Fifa, World Cup, World Cup 2022, Al Jazeera, Sunday Times, Damian Collins


Southampton fans sing sickening anti-Semitic songs vs Tottenham

Southampton, anti-Semitic songs & Tottenham Another weekend, another shameful report of anti-Semitism following Southampton’s 2-1 win over Tottenham in the Premier League. In an exclusive report in the Sunday Times, a couple of Southampton fans have been outed after they voiced horrific Holocaust inspired chants during the Spurs game. For the avoidance of doubt, Tottenham are often targeted with anti-Semitic songs as they are widely perceived to be a Jewish club. Auschwitz, Hitler & gassing th...
Tags: England, Sport, Soccer, Southampton, Spurs, Tottenham, Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid, Cardiff City, Sunday Times, St Mary, Emiliano Sala, Kingsland, Emiliano Sala Get, Auschwitz Hitler, Man United Arsenal Chelsea


May Could Lose Tuesday's Brexit Vote by Huge Margin, Times Says

Theresa May’s aides are increasingly concerned that Tuesday’s vote on her Brexit deal could result in an even worse humiliation than she endured in a similar vote in January, the Sunday Times reported. In theory, should Parliament reject her deal, it would then be offered a vote the following day on whether to take the prospect of a no-deal Brexit off the table. May’s failure to move the needle on the negotiations with Brussels over the backstop accord has prompted senior members in the hardco...
Tags: News, Theresa May, Brussels, Parliament, Conservative Party, Sunday Times, Brexit, Brexiteer


Two more Isil brides stripped of British citizenship

Two more jihadi brides who joined Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant are believed to have been stripped of their UK citizenship while living in a refugee camp in Syria. The disclosure came as a row intensified over the death of a three-week-old baby whose mother Shamima Begum had been stripped of her British citizenship. Reema Iqbal, 30, along with her sister Zara Iqbal, 28, are mothers of five children between them, and are also in a camp. Legal sources told the Sunday Times that the sisters ...
Tags: UK, London, News, Iraq, Syria, Bbc, Pakistan, Home Office, Bangladesh, Diane Abbott, Sajid Javid, Sunday Times, Ali, Newham, Levant, Shamima Begum


Javi Gracia confirms ambition for Watford to win the Premier League

Watford vs Leicester Watford take on Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday. This will be the first time Brendan Rodgers will be in the Leicester dugout following his move from Celtic. Leicester are 11th in the table on 35 points, while Watford are eighth in the standings on 40 points. It’s been an excellent season for Watford, who recently rewarded manager Javi Gracia with a new long term deal. Javi Gracia on Watford winning the Premier League Gracia has sat down with the Sunday Time...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Brendan Rodgers, Leicester, Leicester City, Watford, Sunday Times, Hornets, Gracia, Leicester Watford, Javi Gracia, Vicarage Road Watford, Celtic Leicester, Against Tottenham, Watford View


Why West Ham’s dodgy goal vs Fulham will be illegal next season

Chicharito’s West Ham handball goal vs Fulham A few weeks ago West Ham beat Fulham 3-1 in the Premier League. Ryan Babel opened for Fulham at the London Stadium after just three minutes. However the Hammers were level by the half hour as Javier Hernandez equalised. But should Chicharito’s goal have been chalked off? The Mexican striker courted plenty of controversy for handling the ball into the Fulham net. In fairness to the match officials, the handball was difficult to spot at first instance...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Liverpool, Tottenham, Fifa, Everton, West Ham, Fulham, Sunday Times, Javier Hernandez, Chicharito, Anthony Taylor, International Football Association Board IFAB, London Stadium, Premier League Ryan Babel, Fulham Accidental


MP Dan Poulter wins damages over Sunday Times sex assault claims

The Sunday Times says there was "no truth" in the claims and offers "sincere and genuine apologies".
Tags: News, Sunday Times, Dan Poulter


Billionaire Jim Ratcliffe fears Chelsea will become Arsenal

Chelsea vs Manchester City Will Sunday’s Carabao Cup final be the last time Maurizio Sarri takes charge of the Blues? Rumours are flying about that Sarri is a dead-man-walking at Stamford Bridge. A 4-0 loss at Bournemouth, a 6-0 drumming at Man City and a 2-0 FA Cup loss to Man United have left the Italian on the ropes. However in the Sunday Times, journalist David Walsh considers why some of the Sarri criticism is unfair. The case is forwarded that Chelsea’s problems are far more deep-seated t...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Roman Abramovich, Bournemouth, Stamford Bridge, Sunday Times, Man City, Man United, United, Gianfranco Zola, Jim Ratcliffe, Maurizio Sarri