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Google’s advertising tech faces EU investigation over competition concerns

Google’s advertising tech faces EU investigation over competition concerns

Google’s advertising tech faces EU investigation over competition concerns

22 June 2021

A probe will determine whether the tech giant has breached rules by making it harder for rivals to compete.


Boy to get life-changing operation after £40,000 fundraising effort

Boy to get life-changing operation after £40,000 fundraising effort

Boy to get life-changing operation after £40,000 fundraising effort

22 June 2021

Eight-year-old Kaiden Freeman was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at 11 months.


More than eight in 10 adults in most of UK likely to have Covid-19 antibodies

More than eight in 10 adults in most of UK likely to have Covid-19 antibodies

More than eight in 10 adults in most of UK likely to have Covid-19 antibodies

22 June 2021

The presence of coronavirus antibodies suggests someone has had the infection in the past or has been vaccinated.


MPs ‘to contact competition watchdog’ over Morrisons takeover move

MPs ‘to contact competition watchdog’ over Morrisons takeover move

MPs ‘to contact competition watchdog’ over Morrisons takeover move

22 June 2021

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee reportedly intends to contact the Competition and Markets Authority over any deal.


Call not to label generation of children as suffering from mental health issues

Call not to label generation of children as suffering from mental health issues

Call not to label generation of children as suffering from mental health issues

22 June 2021

Mental health minister Nadine Dorries told MPs that the Government is playing ‘catch-up’ over mental health provision.


Channel 4 boss warns of ‘irreversible damage’ amid privatisation questions

Channel 4 boss warns of ‘irreversible damage’ amid privatisation questions

Channel 4 boss warns of ‘irreversible damage’ amid privatisation questions

22 June 2021

The broadcaster has published its annual report as it faces the threat of sale.


Poots denies he orchestrated move to depose Foster as DUP leader

Poots denies he orchestrated move to depose Foster as DUP leader

Poots denies he orchestrated move to depose Foster as DUP leader

22 June 2021

Edwin Poots was elected party leader last month but was forced to resign within weeks following an internal revolt.


Ex-church warden loses bid to appeal murder conviction at Supreme Court

Ex-church warden loses bid to appeal murder conviction at Supreme Court

Ex-church warden loses bid to appeal murder conviction at Supreme Court

22 June 2021

Benjamin Field was ordered to serve at least 36 years in prison after being found guilty of 69-year-old Peter Farquhar’s murder in 2019.


Tui, Virgin Atlantic and IAG join legal action against Government travel rules

Tui, Virgin Atlantic and IAG join legal action against Government travel rules

Tui, Virgin Atlantic and IAG join legal action against Government travel rules

22 June 2021

Andrew Flintham, of Tui, said it is ‘inexplicable’ that more countries were not added to the green list earlier this month.


MPs accused of fuelling ‘culture war’ by criticising terms like white privilege

MPs accused of fuelling ‘culture war’ by criticising terms like white privilege

MPs accused of fuelling ‘culture war’ by criticising terms like white privilege

22 June 2021

Labour MPs on the education select committee have spoken out against the report’s focus on terminology.


‘Positive’ talks over reaching deal to save Euro 2020 final at Wembley

‘Positive’ talks over reaching deal to save Euro 2020 final at Wembley

‘Positive’ talks over reaching deal to save Euro 2020 final at Wembley

22 June 2021

Final details remain to be worked out between the UK Government and Uefa.


Poots ‘has been promised significant victory’ over Northern Ireland Protocol

Poots ‘has been promised significant victory’ over Northern Ireland Protocol

Poots ‘has been promised significant victory’ over Northern Ireland Protocol

22 June 2021

The UK Government and the EU are locked in a dispute over the implementation of the protocol.


Monzo warned over failure to provide statements for 143,000 ex-customers

Monzo warned over failure to provide statements for 143,000 ex-customers

Monzo warned over failure to provide statements for 143,000 ex-customers

22 June 2021

NatWest, Virgin Money and Bank of Ireland also received letters from the Competition and Markets Authority over regulation failures.


Multiple long-term physical health problems ‘raise risk of depression later on’

Multiple long-term physical health problems ‘raise risk of depression later on’

Multiple long-term physical health problems ‘raise risk of depression later on’

22 June 2021

This may have possible implications for future healthcare services if the coronavirus pandemic brings about increases in long-term respiratory issues.


‘Selfish, arrogant’ former prison officer jailed for murder of Emma Faulds

‘Selfish, arrogant’ former prison officer jailed for murder of Emma Faulds

‘Selfish, arrogant’ former prison officer jailed for murder of Emma Faulds

22 June 2021

Ross Willox, 42, killed his friend and then tried to cover up the crime by burying her body in a shallow grave in a remote Scottish forest.


Covid-19 deaths remain low as bank holiday affects registrations

Covid-19 deaths remain low as bank holiday affects registrations

Covid-19 deaths remain low as bank holiday affects registrations

22 June 2021

Around one in 125 deaths in the most recent week mentioned coronavirus on the death certificate.


Mechanic finds python under car bonnet during MOT

Mechanic finds python under car bonnet during MOT

Mechanic finds python under car bonnet during MOT

22 June 2021

The Vauxhall Vivaro boasted an extra passenger when it went in for its annual check.


Funding boost to address impact of Covid on children’s mental health

Funding boost to address impact of Covid on children’s mental health

Funding boost to address impact of Covid on children’s mental health

22 June 2021

‘This pandemic has hit our young people hard,’ the NHS national mental health director for England said.


Andy Murray-backed sportswear brand signs up Saracens in first rugby kit deal

Andy Murray-backed sportswear brand signs up Saracens in first rugby kit deal

Andy Murray-backed sportswear brand signs up Saracens in first rugby kit deal

22 June 2021

Castore will make kits for the club for the next five years in the multimillion-pound deal.


Government hopes to offer Covid and flu jabs at the same time – Hancock

Government hopes to offer Covid and flu jabs at the same time – Hancock

Government hopes to offer Covid and flu jabs at the same time – Hancock

22 June 2021

Matt Hancock said ‘almost nobody’ has had flu in the last 18 months but experts are braced for a bad winter.


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