Meng Wenzhou: The power point that started an international row

Meng Wenzhou: The power point that started an international row

Image copyright Getty Images Image title The extradition hearing of Huawei executive Meng Wanzho will resume When Meng Wanzhou’s flight landed in Vancouver on 1 December 2018, he only expected a brief stopover. But almost two years later,…

Half a million sharks could die trying to make covid vaccine, wildlife experts say

The top is cut for predatory scallops, a natural oil made from shark liver, which is used in medicine.

Wildlife experts claim that about half a million sharks could be slaughtered in an attempt to develop the Covid-19 vaccine. The top hunter is cut for scallops, a natural oil made from the liver of sharks, including the…

Railway workers fired after ‘Man Cave’ was found under the railway Offbeat News

Three rail employees have been suspended after they made a ‘man cave’ underneath a rail line in New York City. Pic: MTA Inspector General

Three people have been charged with creating a “man cave” under New York’s Grand Central Station. Three railway workers found the storage room under track 114 and filled it with a television, a fridge, a microwave and a…

As rent rates rise, it’s time for landlords to worry Commercial property

L.Night-right revelers and propagandists simply do not fail the latest restrictions aimed at spreading the coronavirus. Orders to start work from home and close pubs and restaurants by 10pm will not help homeowners repay the ফ 4.5 billion…

Sunak’s job plan is ‘back to the Hatchers feature of Thatcher’, says Dodds Politics

The Chancellor, Ishii Sunak, has treated people in North and Midlands low-wage jobs in a way that reminds Margaret Thatcher of failing to replace the furlough scheme that would save them jobs, the opposite number of her labor…

New laws for Tesco, Aldi, Liddell, Morrison, Asda and Sensbury

New laws for Tesco, Aldi, Liddell, Morrison, Asda and Sensbury

Coronavirus We are constantly changing the way we shop with product limits, quenching systems and face masks. Following this week’s latest announcement, new measures are now being implemented. It is mandatory for all stores in England to cover…

Coronavirus: Buyers lose 100m on expired vouchers in lockdown – which one?

Coronavirus: Buyers lose 100m on expired vouchers in lockdown - which one?

Image copyright Getty Images Image title The stores were closed for about three months before reopening in June UK buyers have lost a total of about মিল 100 million in unused vouchers during the Coronavirus lockdown, which customer…

Imposing new lockdown restrictions on stockports – these are the new rules

Imposing new lockdown restrictions on stockports - these are the new rules

Stockport will be returned under local lockdown rules after the rate of coronavirus infection increases. A Thursday Greater Manchester rule will now also apply to Stockport, a councilor has confirmed. Counter David Meller, a member of the Stockport…

Cardiff ‘on the verge of coronavirus ban’ warns council leader Hu Thomas about rising infection rate

Cardiff 'on the verge of coronavirus ban' warns council leader Hu Thomas about rising infection rate

Cardiff is on the verge of entering the Welsh government’s coronavirus “red zone”, the city’s council leader has warned. The number of cases per 100,000 population now stands at 38.2, while 3.8 percent of the tests are positive….

The former Cambridge Analytica chief has been banned for seven years Cambridge Analytica

Former Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix has been banned from serving as a company director for seven years for “potentially unethical” behavior associated with his position at the center of a global scandal. The Insolvency Service reported that…