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‘Cash is no longer king’: the rapid shift to e commerce and cash-less

Light pollution is a modern scourge but a concerted effort …

‘Putin chose this war,’ Biden says as he announces new sanctions

Champions League final moved to Paris, European last-16 draws

Revealed: leading climate research publisher helps fuel oil drilling

Business & Finance


Hustle and hype: the truth about the influencer economy these days

Light pollution is a modern scourge but a concerted effort …

UK households face biggest fall in living standards since 1950s

How can Europe wean itself off Russian gas supply problems

How businesses can reach savvy online shoppers with ads campaign

Credit card fraud warning: ‘How could scammers use it before I did?’

Brompton Bikes plans £100m wetland factory on stilts in 5 years

‘Cash is no longer king’: the rapid shift to e commerce and cash-less

World News

Elon Musk and brother under investigation for alleged insider trading

Western powers have realised Russia is largely immune to sanctions

UN resolution deploring invasion vetoed – as it happened right now

Lockdown lifestyles: how has Covid changed lives around the world

Ukraine crisis poses dilemma for China but also other opportunities

South Korea PM urges calm after Covid cases soar by 70,000 in a day


Djokovic to be overtaken as world No 1 by Medvedev after Dubai loss

Australia’s F1 star Oscar: ‘I want to get there on merit, not buy a seat’

Uefa and Fifa are too late: Russia’s sportswashing has served its purpose

Bullish Lewis Hamilton ‘coming back stronger’ to chase F1 title again

Culture Update


The Crown’s jewels stolen in Yorkshire raid on TV show’s vehicles

Ireland’s film industry booming thanks to record investments recent years

Key workers to take centre stage at Almeida theatre in London this year

Flat cap nation: how Peaky Blinders went from a TV show to a way of life

Can a feelgood buttery brick really revive a decaying 1960s estate?

Photography: Self-portraits inspired by 19th-century Iranian beauty ideals

Birmingham doffs cap to Peaky Blinders for transforming its image


Post-18 funding: changes and their effects on advance education

Improving literacy means a book, or iPad, at bedtime, say researchers

If the government wants open debate in universities, why stifle it in schools?

The rise of AI could be a great British story. But let’s do it the right way


Hot days lead to more mental health emergencies, study finds

African countries spending billions to cope with climate change crisis

Climate change is intensifying Earth’s water cycle at twice the predicted rate

A fifth of Australia’s fossil fuel brand new facilities emit more greenhouse

Green planet: how gardening can save the world from climate crisis