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Ford says new requirements reflect only the view from Paris where alternative transport is readily available
Whistleblower sues for wrongful dismissal after alleging that colleague overbilled for dieselgate work
Approach allowing networks to mix and match different suppliers comes as Huawei phased out from UK
Attempt to scrap tax seen as part of Downing Street plan to distract from Boris Johnson’s leadership travails
From Niccolo Caldararo, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State University, CA, US
From Jonathan Reiss, New York, NY, US
Imran Khan welcomed Islamists’ conquest but is struggling to contain emboldened extremists at home
Size of workforce shrinks as level of inactivity rises but inflation now outstrips growth in pay
‘Do we want to subscribe to the national anthem?’
Risks of removing information rejected by the mainstream outweigh benefits, according to the Royal Society
From Professor Ian Wray, Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practice and Place, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Requirements lowered for membership of new prime market segment
From David Redshaw, Gravesend, Kent, UK
From Emma Dawnay, Marlborough, Wiltshire, UK
From Rajiv Radhakrishnan, London HA5, UK
From Stefan Rask, Givrins, Switzerland
Prime minister prepares to lift Covid restrictions in England to contain growing unrest in own ranks
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Philanthropist calls on governments to contribute billions to tackle future pathogens and increase vaccine supplies
Renesas and Tokyo Electron also race to respond to geopolitical tensions
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Jahez, the Saudi Arabian food delivery company, floated an 18 per cent stake on the Nomu market this month. Tadawul, the stock exchange, listed shares in December. An article on January 17 wrongly stated that both listings were pending.