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NHS Covid-19 app developers working on fix for Android ‘loading’ bug

NHS Covid-19 app developers working on fix for Android ‘loading’ bug

NHS Covid-19 app developers working on fix for Android ‘loading’ bug

13 January 2021

App users on Android have reported seeing a persistent notification saying the contact tracing app is loading, with no way to remove it.


Irvine Welsh and Jodie Foster movies to premiere at Glasgow Film Festival

Irvine Welsh and Jodie Foster movies to premiere at Glasgow Film Festival

Irvine Welsh and Jodie Foster movies to premiere at Glasgow Film Festival

13 January 2021

Scottish filmmaker Anthony Baxter’s Eye Of The Storm is one of the world premieres at this year’s online-only event.


US fund managers at bottom of the pile as investors score low on climate goals

US fund managers at bottom of the pile as investors score low on climate goals

US fund managers at bottom of the pile as investors score low on climate goals

13 January 2021

The research found the portfolios of the world’s 30 biggest fund managers are not aligned with the Paris Climate agreement.


Pensioner convicted of sending abusive emails to mayor over Colston statue

Pensioner convicted of sending abusive emails to mayor over Colston statue

Pensioner convicted of sending abusive emails to mayor over Colston statue

13 January 2021

Fleetwood Spence, 72, sent six ‘grossly offensive and really aggressive’ emails to the Bristol mayor after the Edward Colston statue was pulled down.


Help UK seas recover to deliver £50bn in benefits, report urges

Help UK seas recover to deliver £50bn in benefits, report urges

Help UK seas recover to deliver £50bn in benefits, report urges

13 January 2021

The report estimates that restoring the UK’s seas could provide 100,000 new jobs by 2050, mostly in marine renewables.


Johnson promises 24/7 vaccinations as soon as possible

Johnson promises 24/7 vaccinations as soon as possible

Johnson promises 24/7 vaccinations as soon as possible

13 January 2021

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said ‘at the moment the limit is on supply’ of coronavirus vaccine doses.


Private firms pocketing millions from disinformation-for-hire, report says

Private firms pocketing millions from disinformation-for-hire, report says

Private firms pocketing millions from disinformation-for-hire, report says

13 January 2021

Researchers say 48 countries, including the UK, were found to use third-party companies to manage propaganda campaigns in 2020.


£16m budget increase sought to finance ‘unsustainable’ workloads of MSP staff

£16m budget increase sought to finance ‘unsustainable’ workloads of MSP staff

£16m budget increase sought to finance ‘unsustainable’ workloads of MSP staff

13 January 2021

The overall cost of running the Scottish Parliament is set to rise by 16.9% to £110.6 million.


EasyJet cabin crew to administer Covid-19 jabs

EasyJet cabin crew to administer Covid-19 jabs

EasyJet cabin crew to administer Covid-19 jabs

13 January 2021

Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust was one of the first NHS trusts in England to enlist the support of easyJet crew.


The concept of happy and sad music differs across cultures, study suggests

The concept of happy and sad music differs across cultures, study suggests

The concept of happy and sad music differs across cultures, study suggests

13 January 2021

Researchers from Durham University believe they have cracked the code behind how music is emotionally perceived across cultures.


‘No intention’ by Government to close nurseries, says Education Secretary

‘No intention’ by Government to close nurseries, says Education Secretary

‘No intention’ by Government to close nurseries, says Education Secretary

13 January 2021

Gavin Williamson defended his decision to keep nurseries open amid concerns over coronavirus transmission risks.


Rob Lowe compares Harry to Loch Ness monster after California sighting

Rob Lowe compares Harry to Loch Ness monster after California sighting

Rob Lowe compares Harry to Loch Ness monster after California sighting

13 January 2021

The Sussexes moved to America last March with son Archie after they stepped down as working royals for financial and personal freedom.


AstraZeneca scaling up to two million vaccine doses per week ‘imminently’

AstraZeneca scaling up to two million vaccine doses per week ‘imminently’

AstraZeneca scaling up to two million vaccine doses per week ‘imminently’

13 January 2021

Tom Keith-Roach, president of AstraZeneca UK, told MPs the firm was on track to deliver tens of millions of doses in the first quarter of the year.


Rashford: Prime Minister committed to action over ‘unacceptable’ food parcels

Rashford: Prime Minister committed to action over ‘unacceptable’ food parcels

Rashford: Prime Minister committed to action over ‘unacceptable’ food parcels

13 January 2021

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson told MPs he was ‘absolutely disgusted’ after seeing a picture of a meagre food parcel sent to a mother.


Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Game Of Thrones wolves – study

Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Game Of Thrones wolves – study

Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Game Of Thrones wolves – study

13 January 2021

Research shows dire wolves were so different from other canine species like coyotes and grey wolves that they were not able to breed with each other.


Sir Frederick Barclay pays tribute after brother Sir David dies

Sir Frederick Barclay pays tribute after brother Sir David dies

Sir Frederick Barclay pays tribute after brother Sir David dies

13 January 2021

The joint owner of the Telegraph Media Group said they had been ‘twins until the end’.


Police welcome sex assault conviction of Queen’s relative

Police welcome sex assault conviction of Queen’s relative

Police welcome sex assault conviction of Queen’s relative

13 January 2021

Simon Bowes-Lyon, admitted attacking a woman at Glamis Castle, Angus, last February.


Duchess promotes her debut historical romance novel about rebellious heroine

Duchess promotes her debut historical romance novel about rebellious heroine

Duchess promotes her debut historical romance novel about rebellious heroine

13 January 2021

The debut historical romance novel written by the Queen’s former daughter-in-law will be published in the summer.


School staff a ‘top priority’ for next wave of vaccination, minister says

School staff a ‘top priority’ for next wave of vaccination, minister says

School staff a ‘top priority’ for next wave of vaccination, minister says

13 January 2021

Education unions, associations and representative bodies have called for teachers and education staff to be prioritised in phase two.


Police in talks with Government about tightening lockdown exercise rules

Police in talks with Government about tightening lockdown exercise rules

Police in talks with Government about tightening lockdown exercise rules

13 January 2021

Owen Weatherill, from the National Police Chiefs’ Council, told MPs the rules around exercise are ‘a real challenge’.


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