World

What's behind the trade battle with China

The Trump administration wants to stop unfair trade practices, but the bigger battle is over intellectual property.

World

Are world leaders doing enough to stop the war in Yemen?

More than 45 people recently killed during air strikes by the Saudi and US-backed coalition in Yemen.

Mobile

Facebook shuts down custom feed-sharing prompts and 12 other APIs

Facebook is making good on Mark Zuckerberg’s promise to prioritize user safety and data privacy over its developer platform. Today Facebook and Instagram announced a slew of API shutdowns and changes designed to stop developers from being able to pu

Travel

Megabus to run sightseeing tours around London – with tickets from £1

MEGABUS has launched a sightseeing tour company in London – with journeys starting from £1. The new service does a circuit of London without stopping, so customers see the sights rather than waiting for other customers at each stop. A handful of seats

Finance

Ikea recalls gas hob for repair due to risk of carbon monoxide poisoning

THOUSANDS of Ikea hobs have been recalled for repair due to risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The model was available in 22 European countries and some 5,757 were sold in the UK only. The Swedish furniture shop is now urging customers to stop using the

Business

Amazon Will Start Delivering Packages Straight to Your Parked Car

It's an effort to stop people from stealing packages on your doorstep

Gaming

Massive Fortnite bill? An easy guide to stop your kids spending money in the hit video game

DO you have a child obsessed with Fortnite? The popular video game is loved by Britain’s youngsters, but some parents aren’t as happy. Mums and dads have revealed how they’re being hit by surprise bills caused by their kids spending cash

World

Why should we care about FGM?

Fatma Naib undertook a journey to understand why so many communities continue to subject their daughters to female genital mutilation and what it would take for them to stop.

Africa

Egypt to fine people who pester tourists

Law clamping down on people pushing services and trinkets aims to protect valuable but fragile tourism industry For some tourists at Egypt’s renowned archeological sites, being hectored to buy pieces of parchment, a camel ride or an alabaster statue is

Education

Want to stop teachers leaving? Help them develop their careers

Access to professional development for teachers varies hugely from school to school – but the issue isn’t fundingThe teaching recruitment and retention crisis shows no signs of abating, with unions warning that losses will soon be unsustainable. Yet w

Football

Roma prepare for Liverpool clash in Champions League semi-final… by training in public park

ROMA got in some last-minute preparation for tonight’s Champions League semi-final against Liverpool… by training in a public park. The Serie A giants take on the Reds in the first leg where they will need to be on top form to stop the likes o

United Kingdom

£30k Bentley parked over two spaces at busy hospital enrages Facebook users who claim owner wanted to stop ‘lesser mortals’ scratching paintwork

A £30K Bentley parked over two spaces at a busy hospital has enraged Facebook users who claim its owner wanted to stop “lesser mortals” scratching its paintwork. Photos show the luxury silver car parked well over the white line, taking up two

Technology

DICE Will Stop Monthly 'Battlefield 1' Updates Starting In June

Developer DICE has already released the final DLC map pack for “Battlefield 1” and it has announced its plans for future updates. In a blog post, the developer confirmed that there will still be a few updates left for “Battlefield 1,” but it will

Europe

Uber to stop storing precise location pick-ups/drop-offs in driver logs

Uber is planning to tweak the historical pick-up and drop-off logs that drivers can see in order to slightly obscure the exact location, rather than planting an exact pin in it (as now). The idea is to provide a modicum more privacy for users while still

Politics

Top stake on ‘crack cocaine’ betting machines WILL be cut to £2 to stop problem gamblers losing hundreds

THE maximum stake on “crack cocaine” betting machines is set to be slashed to £2, it was reported today. The limit to the amount you can wager on a fixed-odd betting terminal (FOBT) currently stands at £100 a spin. The tough new rules – set to

Celebrity

Best women's deodorants to help you stop smelling now the weather is heating up

Snmelling bad really is the pits - but these top-rated deodorants will keep you feeling and smelling fresh all day

World

Divorce should be done online in 'one stop shop', says President of Supreme Court 

Couples should be able to divorce online in a "one stop shop", the President of the Supreme Court has said as she argues that blame should be take out of the process as it is "unjust" and "discriminatory&qu

Sport

Jerome Boateng reveals how Bayern Munich plan to stop 'machine' Cristiano Ronaldo

The German defender says Bayern have a master plan to stop CR7 in his tracks

Top News

Billionaire CEO won't stop trying to save Toys 'R' Us

CEO behind Bratz and Little Tike toys not dropping his efforts to save US stores of Toys 'R' Us.

Life & Style

Five Ways That Plastics Harm The Environment (And One Way They May Help)

No, seriously: plastics may actually be co-opted to help reduce harm to the environment -- but only if we stop screwing it up in all those other ways we mess with it

Politics

Trump says may tie Mexican immigration control to NAFTA

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump threatened to make Mexican immigration control a condition of a new NAFTA agreement on Monday, saying the southern U.S. neighbor must stop illegal immigrants from getting into the United States.

Finance

New rules to stop spam emails (and freebies) coming into your inbox - and why you have to act by May to keep seeing deals

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May, will be the biggest shake-up to data privacy in 20 years - here's what it means for you

Showbiz & TV

Katie Price’s marathon costume spotted abandoned on the streets of London after she pulled out of the race

KATIE Price’s marathon costume has been spotted abandoned in London after a knee injury forced her to pull out of the race. The enormous pair of lungs were last seen being carried by a policeman after Katie had to stop running. But this morning, they we

World

UBS warns the rebound for southern European nations could be about to fade

The southern European countries have surprised in recent years with growth rates above the euro area average, but the sun might stop shinning in these economies soon, UBS analysts warned in a note Monday.

Cars

Councils to track your mobile phone and sat nav signals to stop you get stuck at traffic lights

NEW technology that uses your mobile phone signal to track your driving routes could reduce traffic jams around the UK. Traffic lights will be synced based on live road activity in the hope to lift some of the congestion in one of Britain’s major ci

Social

Facebook hit with defamation lawsuit over fake ads

In an interesting twist, Facebook is being sued in the UK for defamation by consumer advice personality, Martin Lewis, who says his face and name have been repeatedly used on fake adverts distributed on the social media giant’s platform. Lewis, who

Films

Jean-Luc Godard nostalgia: is it time to stop pining for the great director’s past?

Redoubtable is a new biopic which focuses on the French-Swiss auteur’s early career. But in obsessing over the old Godard, it obscures the fact that he’s still making radical filmsSign up for Film Today and get our film team’s highlights of the dayB

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