Pound rises after ‘meaningful’ Brexit vote
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Pound rises after ‘meaningful’ Brexit vote

The pound has risen after MPs voted to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal by 230 votes. The vote opens up a range of outcomes, including no deal, a renegotiation…

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Brexit: Theresa May’s deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat
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Brexit: Theresa May’s deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes – the largest defeat for a sitting government in history. MPs voted by 432 votes to…

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No Trousers Tube Ride – Hundreds of Londoners stripped off to celebrate
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No Trousers Tube Ride – Hundreds of Londoners stripped off to celebrate

Hundreds of Londoners stripped off to celebrate the 10th annual “No Trousers Tube Ride” – and banish people’s January blues. Tom Hayes, one of the brave souls who journeyed in his pants on…

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What time is the Brexit ‘meaningful vote’ in Parliament tomorrow, and what will happen if Theresa May’s deal is rejected?
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What time is the Brexit ‘meaningful vote’ in Parliament tomorrow, and what will happen if Theresa May’s deal is rejected?

After months of negotiations, the Brexit deal was due to be voted upon in order for the United Kingdom’s Parliament to approve or reject Theresa May’s controversial plan. However, last month the…

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This is a sticky post. There are a few things to verify: The sticky post should be distinctly recognizable in some way in comparison to normal posts. You can style…

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Kumbh Mela: World’s largest gathering of people begins in India
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Kumbh Mela: World’s largest gathering of people begins in India

The largest gathering of people anywhere in the world began in India on Tuesday, as thousands of pilgrims bathed in waters at the confluence of the country’s most…

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Snapchat’s parent company is losing its CFO after less than a year, and the stock is plummeting
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Snapchat’s parent company is losing its CFO after less than a year, and the stock is plummeting

Tim Stone, the CFO of Snapchat parent company Snap, is quitting. On Tuesday, the exec notified the beleaguered messaging app company of his intention to quit "to pursue…

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Brand experts say Gillette has hit a home run with its latest ad addressing the #MeToo movement
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Brand experts say Gillette has hit a home run with its latest ad addressing the #MeToo movement

Gillette has knocked it out of the park with its ad addressing the #MeToo movement, say brand experts. By appealing to increasingly belief-conscious consumers, Gillette is securing its…

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Facebook is throwing money at local news and it could help win back trust in the industry
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Facebook is throwing money at local news and it could help win back trust in the industry

Facebook says it's granting $300 million to news programs, partnerships and content over the next 3 years, matching Google's commitment of $300 million towards news initiatives last year.WordPress,…

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The government shutdown is having a ‘devastating impact’ on an already backlogged immigration system
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The government shutdown is having a ‘devastating impact’ on an already backlogged immigration system

The ongoing government shutdown has had a "devastating impact" on the immigration system, resulting in more than 42,000 court hearings being cancelled over the last four weeks. Federal…

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These are the 577 positions SpaceX is cutting at its headquarters in a major round of layoffs
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These are the 577 positions SpaceX is cutting at its headquarters in a major round of layoffs

SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, is laying off about 10% of its workforce. In a notice required by California law, the company said it's eliminating…

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A JPMorgan exec explains why AI won’t take over the fintech world any time soon
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A JPMorgan exec explains why AI won’t take over the fintech world any time soon

Colleen Briggs, head of community innovation at JPMorgan, said cash-strapped consumers aren't open to using fully automated AI solutions.

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New federal rules would let drones fly at night and over crowds
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New federal rules would let drones fly at night and over crowds

Enlarge / A drone is flown during a property inspection following Hurricane Harvey in Houston in 2017.Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images reader comments 12 with 11 posters participating…

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Psychologists defend claim of “destructive aspects” to masculinity
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Psychologists defend claim of “destructive aspects” to masculinity

EnlargeGetty | Photofusion reader comments 119 with 59 posters participating Share this story Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Reddit The American Psychological Association is on…

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Nestlé targets the last of the Smarties plastic caps
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Nestlé targets the last of the Smarties plastic caps

The food and drink multinational Nestlé has stepped up its effort to reduce its use of plastics, rolling out plastic-free packaging across several products and pledging to phase…

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