Possible coalitions in Germany
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Possible coalitions in Germany
Read on for full EastEnders spoilers in the week of 25-29 October 2021.
The tragedies keep coming on Coronation Street in the week of the 25 to 29 October 2021.
JOHOR BARU, Oct 19 — A Johor parliamentarian today called on both the federal and state governments to investigate the recent incursions of Singapore military aircraft into Malaysian airspace....
It’s all the latest spoilers for life in Emmerdale during the week of 25-29 October 2021.
U.S. lawmakers have accused Amazon's top executives, including founder Jeff Bezos, of possibly lying to Congress.On Monday, five members of the House Judiciary Committee wrote to Amazon boss Andy Jassy, accusing Amazon executives of possibly lying about the firm's business practices.They are now considering whether to refer the company for criminal investigation.The letter follows an investigation by Reuters which found that Amazon conducted a systematic campaign of copying products and rigging search results in India to boost sales of its own brands.Amazon denies the allegations.The letter states that "credible reporting" in the Reuters story "directly contradicts the sworn testimony and representations of Amazon's top executives – including former CEO Jeffrey Bezos.""At best, this reporting confirms that Amazon's representatives misled the Committee," it states. "At worst, it demonstrates that they may have lied to Congress in possible violation of federal criminal law".In response, an Amazon spokesperson issued a statement, saying the company did not mislead the committee and has sought to correct the record on, quote: "the inaccurate media articles in question."Since 2019, the House Judiciary Committee has been investigating competition in digital markets.Last year in sworn testimony before an antitrust subcommittee, Jeff Bezos said Amazon prohibits its employees from using data on individual sellers to benefit its own private-label product lines.
Britain will not "pitchfork away" Chinese investment, despite strained relations between London and Beijing, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in an interview published before a global financing conference on Tuesday.
It comes as investors are continuing to keep their ears to the ground on whether or not the Bank of England (BoE) will hike interest rates soon to combat rising inflation.
Gymnastics superstar Simone Biles is not competing at this week's world championships in Japan, but a new generation are hoping to make a name for themselves in her absence.
The new format, which is known as 'GetGo' is being tested in London's High Holborn and will allow customers to pay for items without scanning a product or using a checkout.
The Trainspotting star plays prime minister Robert Sutherland in Sky’s political thriller, which had its release delayed following the MP's murder.
CCTV footage showing a man walking along a street in Gospel Oak, north London is being examined by police investigating the killing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess. A 25-year-old man has been arrested and remains in custody on suspicion of murder, but it is unclear whether he is the man featured in the footage.
Despite the UK heading for its biggest ever upgrade to current year GDP forecasts in nearly 40 years, Sunak will feel the squeeze, according to a new report from the Resolution Foundation.
For nearly seven years, LinkedIn has been the only major Western social networking platform still operating in China. Come the end of the year, Liu will no longer have access to the localized version of LinkedIn, after Microsoft, which acquired the platform in 2016, said last week that it would pull out, citing a “significantly more challenging operating environment.” “LinkedIn gave me a platform to post about my results at work, such as my achievements and promotions, which aren’t always appropriate to post on other platforms like WeChat.”
British supermarket group Asda said on Tuesday it plans to recruit 15,000 temporary workers for the Christmas trading period, joining a battle for staff in a tight labour market. The group said around 500 roles would be based at Asda’s depots, 1,500 are home delivery driver positions, with the remainder being store-based roles across the United Kingdom. Asda is owned by Zuber and Mohsin Issa and private equity group TDR Capital.
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Bitcoin hit a six-month high and was within striking distance of a record on Tuesday as traders bet an anticipated listing of a futures-based U.S. exchange traded fund could herald investment flows into bitcoin and cryptocurrency assets. Bitcoin, the world's biggest cryptocurrency by market value, rose as far as 1.5% during the Asia session to $62,991, its strongest level since the record peak of $64,895 in April. It is up some 40% in October on hopes that the advent of bitcoin exchange traded funds (ETF), of which several are in the works, will allow billions of dollars managed by pension funds and other institutional investors to flow into the sector.
Outgoing sevens coach Gareth Baber will guide a Fiji 15s squad composed entirely of Europe-based players on its tour to Britain and Europe next month. Baber will be assisted by former Ireland hooker and captain Rory Best, former Scotland flyhalf Duncan Hodge and Scotland-based Richie Gray in an all-British coaching team. Fiji Rugby chief executive John O’Connor said because of the challenges associated with international travel and quarantine restrictions, selectors decided not to include any southern hemisphere-based players for the tour which involves matches against Spain, Wales and Georgia.
JOHOR BARU, Oct 19 — PKR’s outspoken Pasir Gudang MP Hassan Abdul Karim today claimed Melaka Pakatan Harapan (PH) contributed to the political crisis in the state that ultimately forced a snap...
China is updating its nuclear weapons stockpile to keep up with the United States and ensure that it can maintain a minimum level of deterrence, Chinese observers said. Responding to comments by US officials that China’s missile development was a serious concern, the analysts said China’s deterrence needs and strategy had evolved and were not the same as they were three decades ago. But an American diplomat said the United States was itself responding to use of hypersonic missiles for military a
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