The Crown bosses apologise to Matt Smith and Claire Foy over gender pay storm

THE producers of The Crown have issued an apology to its leading actors Matt Smith and Claire Foy after they found themselves at the centre of a gender pay gap storm. It was revealed that the former Doctor Who actor got more money for starring as Prince P


Travis Kalanick is already back running a company with a $150M investment

Travis Kalanick, the former Uber CEO who was shown the door in June last year amid a series of major controversies, has already found his next leading role following his announcement of a new investment fund just weeks ago. Kalanick said on Twitter that h

TV & Radio

Emmerdale fans rage over shock ’Dingle code’ breach as Liv faces prison 'How could they?'

EMMERDALE viewers were left gobsmacked by a sudden breach in the Dingles’ notorious “code” on the soap during tonight’s episode amid Liv Flaherty’s shocking confession that she spiked Lisa Dingle’s drink last week.


HowUber's Self-Driving TechnologyCouldHave Failed In The Fatal Tempe Crash

The Uber that struck and killed Elaine Herzberg was equipped with a redundant and parallel suite of sensors focused on sensing and seeing persons and objects in the roadway, day or night. Here are the numerous ways the hardware and software can fail, alon

Showbiz & TV

Caitlyn Jenner shares picture of bloodied nose as she reveals she had ‘sun damage’ removed

CAITLYN Jenner warned fans to always wear sunscreen as the Keeping Up With Kardashians star revealed she’d had “sun damage” to her nose removed. The former Olympian, 68, posted a shocking selfie of her sporting a bloody nose to Instagram


Teachers to strike at three schools in East Dunbartonshire

The NASUWT union says the action next week is over management practices at East Dunbartonshire Council.


Warning over 'unnecessary' hospital admissions for terminally ill patients

A charity wants improved community care to avoid unnecessary hospital admissions for terminally ill patients.


Poorest 'suffer most' from easy local access to alcohol

Researchers have found those on the lowest incomes are more likely to drink too much if availability is high.


Ancient woodland protection 'weakened'

Conservationists fear changes to planning rules will "roll back" protection for centuries-old woodland.


Northop link road will 'devastate' woodland

A farmer says the loss of woodland will negatively impact future generations.


Dance classes and art lessons 'should be on prescription'

The Arts Council of Wales says health boards should help fund arts projects to alleviate ill health.


Fatal Red Arrows RAF Valley jet crash inquiry continues

The cause of the crash which killed a Red Arrows engineer and injured a pilot is not yet know.

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