On top of the overall complexity of Brexit itself, MPs have split into several factions, there’s talk of a vote of no confidence and Jeremy Corbyn taking over as a caretaker PM. It can seem very confusing. So we’ve simplified matters for you and explain the situation as a game of poker (which it sort […]Tell me more...!
When ringing a company, many people complain they’re put on hold for ages and then get through to a divvy ‘customer agent’ who hasn’t a clue how to help them. That may be why a recent survey found nine out of ten people would rather speak to a robot ‘customer service agent’ than a human. […]Tell me more...!
Elsie McRibbon, 72, started knitting a jumper for her granddaughter’s birthday. However, she lost the pattern instructions and didn’t know how to finish the project so she just kept knitting. “I guess I got a little carried away,” said Elsie from Hampstead. “I got so engrossed I just kept going and going. “I rang my […]Tell me more...!
The UK is “supercharging” science projects by fast-tracking overseas scientists to bring them to the UK. The initiative began by prioritising a group of scientists from Ingolstadt in Germany who have already arrived and set up a laboratory. As a basis for their experiments, the group is using a collection of recently-unearthed journals, long thought […]Tell me more...!
As UK PM Boris Johnson‘s hope for further negotiations with the EU keep receding, he blames Leprechauns for interfering with the process. “It’s obvious to me,” said Mr Johnson. “And everyone in my cabinet, that foul play is afoot within the EU. “The lack of the EU’s willingness to negotiate is down to interference by […]Tell me more...!
A furious social media campaign forced space agencies to reverse their decision to cancel the InterSpace pass. People with more money than they can sensibly spend without resorting to philanthropy can use the InterSpace pass to travel around the solar system at reduced rates. Pass holders can jump from ship to ship at no extra […]Tell me more...!
UK PM, Boris Johnson has ordered the construction of 10,000 new places for immigrants. Some of the new accommodation sites are in the vicinity of popular immigrant resident areas. A government spokesperson said: “We want immigrants to be as close to their own communities as possible while still having access to other sections of the […]Tell me more...!
The UK government has agreed to pay itself a £12b fine after several departments were found to be in breach of various data protection acts. These include the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) even though it’s poorly-thought out and no one understands it. A total of 137 government departments gave away personal information […]Tell me more...!