How the pandemic accelerated use of anonymised location data from mobile phones

In early 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the Office for National Statistics’ Data Science Campus started working with private mobile phone companies to see how anonymised data could help answer some of the problems that society faced. Dr Arthur…

Online Casino As The Most Popular Resource For Modern Gamblers

Everyone’s aware of the fact that uncontrolled and unsupervised gambling can be dangerous. However, with some self-control and planning, it is entirely possible to be a responsible gambler. However, in order to make that happen, you should look into the…

Global NFT will rise to £84bn by 2028

Key NFT players rubbish talk of a long-term ‘crypto winter’ as market begins to regain its momentum.  The global Non-Fungible Token (NFT) market size is expected to reach around £84bn ($97.6 billion) by 2028, rising at a market growth of…

Amazon bows to UAE pressure to restrict LGBTQ+ search results

Amazon has bowed to pressure from the United Arab Emirates and restricted search results for LGBTQ+-related products such as books and rainbow-coloured flags on its website in the country. The company decided to restrict the searches after being threatened with…

Corporate confidence hits 15-month low

Business confidence has fallen to a 15-month low as soaring inflation and the associated cost-of-living squeeze pile the pressure on bosses. Corporate sentiment dropped this month to its lowest point since March 2021, when the UK economy was emerging from…

The Success of the UK Online Bingo Industry

In the 1960s bingo was one of the most popular past times in the UK, enjoyed by an estimated 16 million players up and down the length of the country. Over the decades though, the popularity of the game began…

Royal Mail managers vote to strike over jobs dispute

Royal Mail managers have voted to strike in a dispute over job cuts and a redeployment programme to bring in “worsening terms and conditions”. Members belonging to the Unite union in Great Britain backed walkouts by 86% and by 89%…

UK to impose steel import tariffs for another two years, government says

Tariffs on steel imports from China and other countries are to be extended for another two years, the UK government has announced, admitting the move risks breaching World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. Anne-Marie Trevelyan, the international trade secretary, said the…

Tesco faces shortage of Heinz products after row over rising prices

Tesco is facing shortages of Heinz baked beans, ketchup and salad cream after a fallout with the US brand over price increases. Heinz has paused supplies of a range of key products over the row, which has already left shelves…

School-leavers face toughest fight for university places ‘in living memory’

Students with top A-level grades will be turned away from universities under the most competitive admissions process in living memory, an expert will say today. Lee Elliot Major, professor of social mobility at Exeter University, believes this year will mark…

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