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Driverless car crashes and data theft: law experts predict the court cases of the future

The rise of technologies such as driverless cars, the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart cities will result in a proliferation of legal cases to establish who is responsible for automated, intelligent devices, while hackers and fraudsters take...

8 December 2017 in Business
 

Friday briefing: May hustles to Brussels with Irish border deal

Top story: ‘Sufficient progress has been made’ Hello, it’s Warren Murray with your Friday morning summary of the news – slightly delayed to bring you the latest from Brussels. In the last few moments, the European commission has announced that...

8 December 2017 in World News
 

‘We believe you harmed your child’: the war over shaken baby convictions

At first, Craig Stillwell and Carla Andrews only vaguely registered the change at the hospital; how the expressions of warm, calm concern in the doctors and nurses who had been helping them look after their sick baby had iced over. It was 15 August...

8 December 2017 in Health
 

Morning mail: protests against Trump's Jerusalem move turn violent

Good morning, this is Mike Ticher, standing in for Eleanor Ainge Roy, bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Friday 8 December. Top stories US missions across the Middle East are braced for more violent protests against Donald Trump’s...

7 December 2017 in World News
 

The woke Slim Shady – understanding Eminem in the age of Trump

October’s 2017 BET Hip-Hop Awards were a big night for Cardi B, DJ Khaled and Kendrick Lamar. Between them, they more or less swept the board: Cardi B took home five gongs, Khaled and Kendrick three each. But the night’s big story, at least as far as...

7 December 2017 in Art & Culture
 
Diana Athill webchat – post your questions now!

Diana Athill webchat – post your questions now!

On 21 December 21, Diana Athill will be 100 years old. This is an achievement in itself, though Athill has never been one to congratulate herself for simply hanging on in there. A 50-year career in publishing at Andre Deutsch, working closely with an...

7 December 2017 in Art & Culture
 

ESPN: can The Worldwide Leader in Sports manage its own decline?

In the summer of 1998, ESPN did what successful American sports entities tend to do: it opened a restaurant. Located in Baltimore, the ESPN Zone was less a place to grab a bite than a 35,000-square-foot monument to the broadcast company’s ascendancy –...

7 December 2017 in Sport
 
UK less 'hospitable' for foreign talent after Brexit, says banking chief - Politics live

UK less 'hospitable' for foreign talent after Brexit, says banking chief - Politics live

Theresa May wanted to wrap phase one of the Brexit talks on Monday. It is Thursday, and we are still waiting for a deal. Last night Leo Varadkar, the Irish prime minister, said he was expecting a new text by the end of today. Michel Barnier, the EU’s...

7 December 2017 in Politics
 

Thursday briefing: Hammond does it again with insult to disabled people

Top story: Disabled workers blamed for sluggish economy Hello, it’s Warren Murray helping you make sense of it all. The chancellor, Philip Hammond, faces an outcry this morning after appearing to partly blame people with disabilities for a fall in...

7 December 2017 in Politics
 

Morning mail: Trump recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Good morning, this is Graham Russell standing in for Eleanor Ainge Roy today to bring you the main stories and must-reads on Thursday 7 December. Top stories Donald Trump has defied global opposition to declare that the US will recognise Jerusalem as...

6 December 2017 in World News
 
Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City: Champions League – live!

Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester City: Champions League – live!

Hello there. Welcome here. Here’s what we’re dealing with today: Shakhtar Donetsk need to get at least a draw from this match (unless Napoli drop points against Feyenoord) in order to follow Manchester City into the knockout stages. So the Ukrainians...

6 December 2017 in Sport
 
Tottenham Hotspur v Apoel Nicosia: Champions League – live!

Tottenham Hotspur v Apoel Nicosia: Champions League – live!

Good evening everyone. Now, I don’t mean to be a buzzkill but on the face of things there’s not a huge deal riding on this. Spurs have won their group – a brilliant achievement, by any measure, even if Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund are both...

6 December 2017 in Sport
 

An orangutan stole my camera and took close-up selfies – in pictures

One of the challenges of wildlife photography is trying to come up with ways to take images that haven’t been shot before. Through my conservation work with orangutans I’ve had numerous opportunities to photograph these great apes over the last couple...

6 December 2017 in World News
 

Why are America's farmers killing themselves in record numbers?

It is dark in the workshop, but what light there is streams in patches through the windows. Cobwebs coat the wrenches, the cans of spray paint and the rungs of an old wooden chair where Matt Peters used to sit. A stereo plays country music, left on by...

6 December 2017 in World News
 

From bush doof to clowncore: your favourite underground music scenes

At the outset of this series on underground music, we asked you for your suggestions of where to find it today – and nearly 800 of you responded. In this final chapter, we cover some of the most exciting scenes you uncovered across the globe, from...

6 December 2017 in Art & Culture
 
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