Boycott tech giants until they tackle terror content, UK lawmakers urge – Fox News

Boycott tech giants until they tackle terror content, UK lawmakers urge – Fox News

File photo – View of the Victoria Tower at the Victoria Gardens, in Westminster on November 17, in London, England. (Photo by Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty Images) U.K. lawmakers have urged advertisers to consider boycotting tech giant such as Google and Facebook until they deal with terrorist content on their platforms. In a recent report […]

The shifting power at the heart of the UK's 'spy' row – BBC News

The shifting power at the heart of the UK's 'spy' row – BBC News

Image copyright Daniela Tejada Image caption Matthew Hedges’ wife Daniela Tejada said she was ‘elated’ after he was pardoned The pardoning of a British student sentenced to life imprisonment in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for spying has been welcomed by the UK government. But the balance of power between the countries is changing. The […]

Stopping Brexit? EU's top court hears UK exit reversal case

Stopping Brexit? EU's top court hears UK exit reversal case

LONDON (Reuters) – Europe’s top court will hold an urgent hearing on Tuesday over whether Britain can unilaterally reverse its decision to leave the EU, in a case supporters of membership hope could pave the way to a second referendum and ultimately stop Brexit. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) is being asked to interpret […]

UK video game and comic publisher Rebellion is setting up a film and TV studio

UK video game and comic publisher Rebellion is setting up a film and TV studio

Video game, comic book, and book publisher Rebellion is expanding into film and television with the launch of a $100 million studio, which Variety says will serve the company’s upcoming motion picture projects. The company purchased a former newspaper shop in Didcot, west of London, which will provide 220,000 square feet of space and a […]

The Latest: Brexit: UK gives consent to Spain over Gibraltar

The Latest: Brexit: UK gives consent to Spain over Gibraltar

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May arrives to make a statement outside 10 Downing Street, London, Thursday Nov. 22, 2018. Theresa May says Brexit deal’s approval “is within our grasp” and she is determined to deliver it. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth) The Latest on Britain’s exit from the European Union (all times local): 3:25 p.m. Spain’s junior […]

Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship 'agreed'

Brexit: Draft agreement on future relationship 'agreed'

Image copyright EPA The EU and UK have agreed a draft agreement on their future relationship, paving the way for a Brexit deal to be finalised this weekend. The political declaration – outlining how trade, security and other issues will work – has been “agreed in principle”, the European Council says. London and Brussels have […]

Ryanair stirs up anger among pilots as it recruits for new UK arm

Ryanair stirs up anger among pilots as it recruits for new UK arm

Ryanair has further stirred up anger among some of its pilots as it starts to recruit for a UK subsidiary established to protect the company against a no-deal Brexit. Pilots say the salaries offered at the subsidiary undermine Ryanair’s claims about how much they earn, which the airline insists would not be lower than the […]

ID cards could assuage Brexit voters' migration fears, says report

ID cards could assuage Brexit voters' migration fears, says report

Ministers should introduce electronic identity cards stating the right to live, work, claim benefits and use public services in Britain to address the concerns of leave voters about immigration in the event of a second referendum, a study has suggested. The report from the Global Future thinktank, backed by the remainer peer Andrew Adonis, claimed […]

Google, Apple, and Uber must share mapping data with rivals, says UK data group

Google, Apple, and Uber must share mapping data with rivals, says UK data group

Tech companies like Google, Apple, and Uber should be forced to share mapping data with rivals firms and the public sector, the UK government has been advised by a data advocacy group. In a report published today, the Open Data Institute (ODI) said that “data monopolies” were stifling innovation in the UK. These companies duplicate […]