Jay-Z invests in fitness startup
Jay-Z invests in fitness startup
The Dakar Rally will replace Formula E as the Volkswagen-owned brand's focus, although Audi said customer Formula E teams will be able to use a newly-developed powertrain beyond next year. Audi will compete in the Dakar with an electric SUV prototype.
UK food bank trust says half of users repaying universal credit debtsFood bank users more commonly in debt to government than to friends or payday loan firms
Facebook to pay UK media millions to licence news stories. Social network agrees deal with mainstream outlets in face of government crackdown on its dominance of advertising
Talking Horses: BHA stands by injury return protocols after Cook admissionDanny Cook fell three times in 16 rides and then admitted his vision has not recovered from an injury sustained last month
Facebook and YouTube accused of complicity in Vietnam repressionAmnesty report accuses sites of openly signalling they will bow to authoritarian regimes
Study finds indications of life on Doggerland after devastating tsunamisScientists suggest parts of expanse that once connected Britain to mainland Europe survived waves and had settlements
A Sarah Jessica Parker pink satin shoe, a Stella McCartney silver platform trainer and a Kenzo pink jumpsuit are up for grabs.
Trade body Energy UK said that 15 suppliers, who supply gas and electricity to around seven in 10 British homes, have signed up.
Nearly 100,000 children in the UK have taken part in Tennis for Kids over the past five years.
They will join broadcaster Owain Wyn Evans for a week of programmes on BBC local radio this Christmas.
Police forces launched their annual Christmas drink and drug-driving crackdown on Tuesday.
Almost 25,000 people in England have contacted Shelter’s emergency helpline in the last two months.
Being honest about the myth of Father Christmas in 2020 during the coronavirus lockdown could be damaging to children, says Dr Chris Boyle.
Shortages of supply are helping support super prime rental prices for homes where tenants pay £5,000-plus per week, Knight Frank said.
It is the third commemorative Snowman coin released by the Royal Mint.
A group of burrowing owls making themselves at home in a Florida neighbourhood, a slumbering red squirrel and a trio of megabats hanging out appear among the images shortlisted for this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award. Fans of the Natural History Museum’s famous annual exhibition can have their say by voting for their favourite image from a shortlist of 25, selected from over 49,000 entries from all over the world. “The People’s Choice Award provides the public with an opportunity to select images and stories from the natural world that move and intrigue them,” said Tim Littlewood, executive director of science at the Natural History Museum.
Oil and Gas UK has urged governments to act quickly with the figures highlighting the challenge in securing a green recovery.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has recommended the use of the Zio XT service while more data is gathered by the NHS.
Tommy’s has launched a new campaign to help fathers and partners and is raising funds to create an information and support hub.
Over the course of the pandemic one in six people said they have felt there is no point following the rules any longer, researchers found.