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Monthly Archives: April, 2017

Hunger’s Not A Game For Millions Without Enough Food

TV journalists bring the world pictures of extreme hunger in countries hit by civil war or natural disasters, but these emergencies account for less than 8% of the world’s hungry. The World Food Programme recommends the average daily food intake...

Soccer Star Tevez Earns £1 A Second In China

Greedy soccer players are putting such a high value on their talents that fans are paying sky high prices to watch them. Players and agents grabbed £1 billion in wages and fees from the English Premier League last season, while...

Flying Car Is Ready For Take-Off

A personal flying car is perfect for someone always on the move who can’t keep their feet on the ground. California start-up Kitty Hawk has developed the first flying car and has opened an order book with hopes the idea...

Who Believes The Predictions Made By Economists?

Experts have queued up to give us their predictions for the world economy – but why should we believe them? After all, few economists saw the last financial crash coming and even fewer have come up with strategies to clear...

Hamilton Sees Red As Ferrari Races Ahead

Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team mates are seeing a red mist as their Ferrari rivals accelerate away from them in the F1 championship. In a season where F1 has been revitalised by new owners, new rules and new cars,...

Super Moon Set To Dazzle Sky Watchers

A spectacular super moon will hang in the night sky to close out the year in a display few people alive have ever seen. The moon is closer to the earth than at any time in the past 70 years...

Hybrid Warfare And The Politics Of Fear

Hybrid warfare is the new buzz word in the corridors of power, but no one can prove the blend of conventional and cyber warfare even exists. Some quarters were quick to brand Russian football hooligans at Euro 2016 as hybrid...

£7bn On Talent But England Are A Football Embarrassment

English Premier League teams spent close to a record £1.2 billion on players in the summer transfer window. The massive outlay brings Premier League investment on talent from around the world to just under £7 billion since the transfer window...

The Force Deserts Jedi Followers In Britain

Following the path of a Jedi is not a religion – but the force is not with them and it’s official. Tens of thousands of followers declared that they worshipped as Jedis in the last British census, making the cult...

CES 2017 – Car Makers Drive to Link Up with Technology

CES 2017 is the world’s biggest and brightest consumer electronics showcase where global manufacturers reveal their new gadgets and devices. The Las Vegas show is geared up to show how car makers and technology firms are accelerating towards new ways...

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Trump And Teenager Go Toe To Toe Over Climate Change Spat

A David and Goliath battle between US President Donald Trump and teenage climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg has broken...

Pineapples Are The Best Way To Keep Snorers Quiet

The best remedy to stop your partner snoring and keeping you awake is a pineapple, say scientists. But the solution is not to ram the...

Millions Face Losing WhatsApp Messaging In Big Switch Off

Millions of users of the social media network WhatsApp face a crunch time within a few days as the app will go offline for...

What You Need To Know About The Deadly Coronavirus

The outbreak of  deadly coronavirus in China has led to the death of nine people and left hundreds more infected. The virus is centred on...

New App Will Stop Forgotten Signups Taking Your Money

How many times have you signed up for a trial subscription service and forgotten to cancel the payment? Everyone is guilty, but now a new...