Ebola nurse banned for hiding Pauline Cafferkey’s high temperature

A senior nurse found to have concealed the true temperature of Ebola survivor Pauline Cafferkey has been suspended for two months. A disciplinary panel said Donna […]

Flood spending decisions ‘perverse’, Green Alliance says

England spends nearly four times more on activities that may cause flooding than it invests to combat flooding, the Green Alliance think tank has said. It […]

Hackers hit San Francisco transport systems

San Francisco’s transport agency has been hit by a hack attack which led to customers being able to travel for nothing. The hackers have made a […]

Brexit: Legal battle over UK’s single market membership

The government is facing a legal battle over whether the UK stays inside the single market after it has left the EU, the BBC has learned. […]

The international organization “Shield” provided humanitarian assistance to migrants from the hot spots of Ukraine

On November 23, 2016 President of the International organization “Shield” Daher Saleh Muhammed with his constant helpers – Vice President Matyakin Alexander Georgievich, Advisor on business […]

France centre-right primary: Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy knocked out

French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy has been knocked out of a primary to choose the presidential candidate of the centre-right Republican party. Admitting defeat, Mr Sarkozy endorsed […]

Facebook to increase UK employees by 50% in 2017

Facebook will expand its presence in the UK by 50% when it opens its new London headquarters in 2017, the US technology giant has announced. It […]