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Cloudflare bug leaks sensitive information

What happens next?

A bug found within the Cloudflare network accidently exposed sensitive information.

The firm protects many different websites by routing traffic through its own network, filtering out any hack attacks.

The company has a total of four million ...

yesterday 15:37 open_in_new
The price of stamps are set to rise

Why will there be an increase?

Royal Mail has made the announcement that the price of both first class and second class stamps will rise by 1p, this will start from the 27 March.

Once this date comes along a first-class stamp will cost you 65p and second class will be ...

yesterday 14:31 open_in_new
Channel Tunnel set to get installation of interconnector

A world’s first…

Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group, which is in association with Prysmian Group, has just been awarded a 219m euros contract by ElecLink Ltd to install a 65km electricity cable between France and Great Britain through the Channel ...

yesterday 14:31 open_in_new
Unilever in executive pay revamp

What’s next for the company?

Unilever is looking into changes as to how it pays its executives, this comes after the takeover approach from Kraft Heinz that has triggered a fresh review of the Marmite owner’s business.

Unilever has been consulting on a new payment ...

yesterday 14:31 open_in_new
Investigation launched into EU Referendum spending

How much was spent?

An investigation has been launched into spending on the leading campaigns during the EU Referendum, the campaigns involved are Strong In and Vote Leave.

The Electoral Commission announced the investigations after it revealed the total figures showing ...

yesterday 12:19 open_in_new
Queensbury Tube station shut due to woman being hit by train

This is what happened

Queensbury Tube station was shut and part of the Jubilee line was suspended during Fridays rush hour after a woman was hit by a train.

Half a dozen police cars, a fire engine and ambulances were at the scene.

British Transport Police stated ...

yesterday 12:19 open_in_new
Luxury home for sale at One Hyde Park for £55m

Take a look at this luxury home…

A luxury apartment situated on the seventh floor of the world’s most expensive apartment block in Knightsbridge has been put up for sale for a whopping £55m.

Potential buyers will face a stamp-duty fee of £6.5m and £14,000 a month ...

yesterday 11:13 open_in_new
Queensbury Tube station shut due to women being hit by train

This is what happened

Queensbury Tube station was shut and part of the Jubilee line was suspended during Fridays rush hour after a woman was hit by a train.

Half a dozen police cars, a fire engine and ambulances were at the scene.

British Transport Police stated ...

yesterday 11:13 open_in_new
Kim Jong-nam killed by “VX nerve agent”

The latest on the news

Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean Kim Jong-un, was killed by a highly toxic VX nerve agent.

Kim died last week when two women came up and attacked him at Kuala Lumpur airport.

Toxicology reports coming from Malaysia indicated ...

yesterday 10:07 open_in_new
Are you spending too much on energy?

Take a look at this infrographic

Source: Westland London

Source: Westland London

yesterday 10:07 open_in_new
The firm behind Google’s self-driving cars is suing Uber

This is everything you need to know

The firm behind Google’s self-driving car is suing Uber for stealing trade secrets and technology from Google.

Waymo, which was set up by Google owner Alphabet is taking legal action against Uber’s self-driving car which goes ...

yesterday 10:07 open_in_new
Commuters face further chaos in London after Storm Doris

What’s happened?

Rush hour commuters are facing further disruption after Storm Doris hit London yesterday.

Winds of up to 60mph made trees crash on to train lines and overhead electricity cables, the damage had led to cancellations and delays on Thursday ...

yesterday 10:07 open_in_new
The quick start guide to staff pensions

Everything you need to know about auto-enrolment

This article has been produced in partnership with Sage

To attract, motivate and retain star employees, small businesses must offer competitive staff pensions.

Many businesses struggle understanding the new ...

yesterday 10:07 open_in_new
John Lewis set to cut hundreds of jobs

What jobs will go?

John Lewis is planning to cut 400 jobs in its home fitting services and restaurants, due to a shift in online shopping.

These new changes will come down on its administration staff in its carpet, curtain and blinds fitting service.

No jobs are ...

yesterday 09:01 open_in_new
Weak pound takes effect on British Airways owner IAG’s profits

These are the figures…

IAG, the owner of British Airways and Iberia, saw its final year profits hit by the weak pound by 460m euros (£388m).

Willie Walsh, IAG’s chief executive, said: “It was a good performance in a challenging environment with an operating ...

yesterday 09:01 open_in_new
Royal Bank of Scotland profits tumble seeing a ninth year of losses

Take a look at the results…

Royal Bank of Scotland has reported an annual loss of £7bn due to past problems hitting the business.

This is also the ninth year the bank has reported a loss, its 72 per cent owned by the taxpayer.

The bank made the decision to put ...

yesterday 09:01 open_in_new
Budget airline launches flights from UK to the US for £69

Take a look at these massive savings

Budget airline Norwegian have launched flights from the UK and Northern Ireland to America for just £69 one way or £138 for a return.

The firm has started a transatlantic price war after announcing the super cheap one way fares, it ...

2017-02-23 18:23 open_in_new
Eating 10-a-day of fruit and veg could help us live longer

Are you eating enough fruit and veg?

New research suggests that eating ten pieces of fruit and veg a day will help us live longer.

The study, found by Imperial College London said these new eating habits could save 7.8m premature deaths each year.

As well this it ...

2017-02-23 17:17 open_in_new
Peugeot owner PSA sees profits rise

Take a look…

The owner of Peugeot has announced profits which have almost doubled, this comes after the firm is considering buying General Motors’ (GM) Opel and Vauxhall brands.

Net income at the PSA Group jumped massively by 92 per cent last year to 1.73bn euros ...

2017-02-23 17:17 open_in_new
More than 35,000 sign petition to recall faulty tumble dryers

Have you signed the petition? Here’s what could happen

More than 35,000 people have signed a petition in the hope that Whirlpool’s three million faulty tumble dryers are recalled.

Under new rules the manufacturer has asked owners of the tumble dryers to unplug the ...

2017-02-23 17:17 open_in_new
Woman is killed as Storm Doris winds reached 94mph

The latest on the news…

A woman has been killed after Storm Doris brought winds of 94mph to the UK.

West Midlands Ambulance Service said the woman sustained very serious head injuries after a piece of debris fell onto a street in Wolverhampton.

The strong winds ...

2017-02-23 16:11 open_in_new