As many as 800 million people could be forced out of employment by 2030 due to the rise of robots in the workplace, according to a new report. Consultancy group McKinsey estimate that of those, up to 375 million individuals – or 14...
President Donald Trump is lashing out at his critics just days after a top aide of his plead guilty to charges resulting from a special investigation into Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election. Mr Trump leaned on his favourite social media website...
Ryanair recorded a 6 per cent increase in passenger figures last month, seemingly unscathed by a staffing crisis that rocked the budget airline during the late summer. The group on Monday said that it had transported 9.3 million passengers throughout November, more...
Catalonia's removed vice president has been refused bail following a hearing by a Spanish judge. Oriol Junqueras was ordered to be kept in jail following charges of sedition, but six other former Catalan ministers were freed on bail by the court. Along with...
A top Democrat says that a Senate committee investigating Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election is looking into potential obstruction of justice charges against President Donald Trump. Senator Dianne Feinstein, the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that a group...
A student will serve as Judge of Elections for their Pennsylvania ward after their own single vote won the ballot.  After no one else bothered to vote, Philip Garcia will now serve as an impartial observer during elections in his local ward for the next four years.  The journalist and PhD student, who identifies as...
MPs have raised serious concerns about the post-Brexit regulation of the pharmaceuticals sector, warning that the UK’s departure from the EU could make Britain a less desirable place for investment and development. Ahead of a public evidence session on Tuesday, the Business, Energy...
This week, Morgan Stanley claimed that “Corbyn would be more of a danger to markets than hard Brexit”, something which I saw as supremely ironic. Because the actions of Morgan Stanley, and others like it, laid the foundations for Leave because of...
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone. There are no more made-up or imported days that promise discounts and savings. Yet despite a rocky economic outlook, or maybe because of it, we’re all set for a bumper Christmas. Research from...
More women should be elevated to positions of power because men “seem to be having some problems these days,” Barack Obama has said. The former US President was speaking at a closed-door event in Paris when he was asked about the qualities...