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Hello New York. While you were sleeping this was our most-read story
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'The Covid-19 lockdown will become known as the moment when the world finally abandoned the analogue age. I do not mean this in a technological sense. It is about how we compile and use information,' Wolfgang Münchau writes
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London’s plans would unite the Five Eyes — the UK, US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand — in a joint enterprise collaborating on investment, procurement and research to fast-track Huawei’s rivals
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About 200,000 Hong Kong citizens with British passports could come to live in the UK over the next five years, according to internal Foreign Office estimates
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Ian Bott 3h
The . Now exploring Thwaites Glacier, its long-term goal is seeking life in oceans on Jupiter's moon Europa. Part of a fantastic, but unsettling, project for the with and : an in-depth look at threats to Thwaites as Earth warms
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Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica is getting thinner and smaller, losing ice at an accelerating rate. 'The big question is how quickly it becomes unstable... it seems to be teetering at the edge'
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Banking industry executives fear that the loans will lead to widespread corporate failures next year when companies must start paying interest on the debt
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Manchester City has overturned a two-year ban from Europe’s Champions League football tournament, in a decision that plunges the sport’s financial regulatory regime into chaos
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India has reported a new all-time high of 28,700 new coronavirus infections over the last 24 hours
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Florida on Sunday became the first US state to report an increase of more than 15,000 Covid-19 cases in a single day
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Just in: Beijing will sanction a group of US politicians in retaliation for measures announced by Washington last week over alleged human rights abuses against ethnic minorities in China’s far west
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Pilita Clark: Is hot desking over? If companies ditch big offices for smaller spaces that they plan to use for meetings and other catch-ups, it is not impossible to imagine
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Update: Andrzej Duda has won Poland’s presidential election with 99.97% of votes counted, following a bitter campaign that laid bare the country’s deep divisions
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Few places are as remote and hostile as Thwaites Glacier: more than 1,000 miles from the nearest research base, with temperatures that hit -40C in winter. But the Britain-sized, rapidly melting glacier could hold the key to sea level rises in our lifetimes
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Steven Bernard 5h
GRAPHICS-FEST in this fascinating article by the brilliant about the Thwaites 'doomsday' glacier in Antarctica. This was a real labour of love, beautiful illustrations by and maps by myself
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Long before coronavirus forced the world into homeworking, Brenda Finn knew how it felt to be cut off. Now she faces a choice: whether to brave going outside and resume working or remain safe in her home, and risk once again turning inwards on herself
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Mexico has surpassed Italy with 35,006 confirmed coronavirus deaths, the fourth biggest total in the world behind the US, Brazil and the UK. Follow our live coverage:
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While Facebook has tried to assuage advertisers’ concerns, many have privately complained that the social media company wooed them during the good times and expected reassurance — rather than action — will suffice in the face of criticism
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The UK’s plans would unite the Five Eyes — which includes the US, Australia, Canada and New Zealand — or a broader group of ‘D10’ nations formed of the G7 plus India, South Korea, and Japan in a joint enterprise to fast-track Huawei’s rivals
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Ravi Mattu 8h
1. Companies & CEOs are tripping over themselves to broadcast the scale of their outrage following the death of . But how much of the public posturing is credible? I'm sceptical.
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