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OH MY WORD: I suppose you could TRY to baton down the hatches

4 hours ago   |   The Courier

With many of us staying at home, using mobile phones and laptops to keep in touch several times a day, we have probably just set a new record for written communication.
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A Japanese University used remote-controlled robots to hold a virtual graduation

A Japanese University used remote-controlled robots to hold a virtual graduation

5 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Business Breakthrough University in Tokyo, Japan held a virtual graduation ceremony due to the coronavirus. Students called into the ceremony using video-conferencing tool...
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Legends of Runeterra launches April 30

Legends of Runeterra launches April 30

5 hours ago   |   PCGamesN

Riot's new free-to-play trading card game Legend of Runeterra will officially launch April 30, the company has announced. The launch will come alongside the release of 120 new...
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A statement about 5G and coronavirus

5 hours ago   |   Liverpool Express

Liverpool City Council would like to reassure people regarding rumours concerning the coronavirus and 5G. There is no credible evidence of a link between 5G and...
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YouTube to suppress content spreading coronavirus 5G conspiracy theory

6 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Site will reduce recommendations of videos promoting misinformation Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage YouTube will reduce the amount of content...
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NASA has developed an experimental fully electric plane with 14 motors on its wings. Take a closer look at the X-57 Maxwell

NASA has developed an experimental fully electric plane with 14 motors on its wings. Take a closer look at the X-57 Maxwell

6 hours ago   |   Business Insider

NASA has created the X-57 Maxwell, a fully-electric experimental aircraft with 14 motors on its wing. The aircraft is powered by two 400-pound lithium-ion battery packs in the...
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Simon Rimmer shows how to make simple spam burger on Sunday Brunch

7 hours ago   |   Metro   |   2 articles

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Sunday Brunch host Simon Rimmer showed viewers how to make a...
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It's time to shake up government-press relations with a dose of reality

8 hours ago   |   The Guardian

In the UK and US, coronavirus has put practices such as anonymous briefings in the spotlight Covid-19 is a chaotic disease which has upended the world's health systems...
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How T-Mobile's John Legere changed the mobile world for the better - CNET

9 hours ago   |   CNET

Commentary: There's never been a telecom executive like Legere, and there likely never will be again.
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Call for social media platforms to act on 5G mast conspiracy theory

14 hours ago   |   The Guardian

After a spate of fires, the government is stepping in to halt the spread of linking coronavirus to the mobile network Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus...
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Boris Johnson admitted to hospital: PM undergoes tests after coronavirus...

Boris Johnson admitted to hospital: PM undergoes tests after coronavirus diagnosis

BORIS JOHNSON has been taken to hospital for tests - 10 days after announcing he had tested positive for coronavirus. Read more ...

'Catherine Calderwood should be sacked' Furious Scots slam top doctor

'Catherine Calderwood should be sacked' Furious Scots slam top doctor

People have taken to social media to hit out at Scotland's Chief Medical Officer who is still in her job despite twice ignoring her own advice by going to her holiday home. Read more ...

Keir Starmer appoints rival Lisa Nandy to top job but snubs Rebecca Long-Bailey

Keir Starmer appoints rival Lisa Nandy to top job but snubs Rebecca Long-Bailey

The new Labour leader has reshuffled the party's top team as he starts to make his mark. Out are Corbyn loyalists to be replaced by those on the soft left Read more ...

Coronavirus: Pulev pledges to donate half his purse from Joshua showdown to...

Coronavirus: Pulev pledges to donate half his purse from Joshua showdown to help fight pandemic

Kubrat Pulev will donate half of his purse from his potential world heavyweight title fight against Anthony Joshua to help medical workers fight the coronavirus. Read more ...

West Brom chief takes 100% pay cut but admits club have considered...

West Brom chief takes 100% pay cut but admits club have considered furloughing non-playing staff' 

West Brom chief executive Mark Jenkins will take a 100 per cent pay cut, with Baggies senior management team having also offered to take large reductions in their wages. Read more ...

Some surprising choices as Virgil van Dijk picks an all star Premier League...

Some surprising choices as Virgil van Dijk picks an all star Premier League five-a-side team

Choosing a five a side team is always a tricky one, ideally you need players who can cover every position alongside a keeper who can also play outfield. Dutch outlet... Read more ...

Stade Reims club doctor commits suicide after contracting coronavirus

Stade Reims club doctor commits suicide after contracting coronavirus

French Ligue 1 side Stade Reims have confirmed the death of club doctor Bernard Gonzalez after reports emerged that he had committed suicide after contracting coronavirus Read more ...

Kyle Walker faces £250k Man City fine as he apologises for breaking UK...

Kyle Walker faces £250k Man City fine as he apologises for breaking UK coronavirus rules

Kyle Walker has issued a public apology and fines a fine from Manchester City for flouting the coronavirus lockdown laws. Read more ...

James Jordan reveals he's 'broken hearted' after his father suffers a second...

James Jordan reveals he's 'broken hearted' after his father suffers a second stroke

The dancer tweeted on Sunday evening to confirm that his dad is back in hospital, just over two weeks after being released following another stroke. Read more ...

Coronavirus: Irish PM re-registers as doctor to help tackle outbreak

Coronavirus: Irish PM re-registers as doctor to help tackle outbreak

The Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar has re-registered as a doctor with the country's health service and will work one shift a week to assist during the coronavirus outbreak. Read more ...