Moscow coronavirus app raises privacy concerns Moscow’s police will soon ask citizens to show them a QR code to prove they have permission to go out.
Avoid office, pubs and travel to stop virus - PM
MI5 Argues for ‘Exceptional Access’ to Encrypted Messages The director general of Britain’s Security Service is arguing for “exceptional access” to encrypted messages, in the ongoing battle between authorities and technology companies, reports The Guardian.
Home Office boss quits over ‘campaign against him’ Sir Philip Rutnam says there has been a “vicious, orchestrated briefing campaign” against him.
Email address charges branded ‘daylight robbery’ Wendy Small and her husband Geoff, has been charged £160 to keep her old BT email address since she switched providers two years ago Ofcom is writing to broadband companies to ask why some people are having to pay to keep old email addresses.
Barnier: UK can’t have Canada trade deal with EU The UK cannot have the same trade deal with the EU as Canada, according to the bloc’s chief negotiator.
Trump fires two impeachment witnesses US President Donald Trump has dismissed two senior officials who testified against him at his impeachment trial.
Trump releases Middle East plan with Netanyahu Trump’s plan aims to solve one of the world’s most intractable conflicts.
Frictionless GB to NI trade ‘impossible’ - Barnier Michel Barnier delivered a lecture at Queen’s University in Belfast “New checks on goods entering Northern Ireland from Great Britain are an ‘indispensable’ consequence of the Brexit deal”, Michel Barnier has said.
Ex-mining communities voting Conservative? You must be joking! Do they have amnesia?