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Bank of England Governor: Artificial Intelligence Won’t Replace Jobs

Economists at the Bank of England recently noted that hiring practices have already started to

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English test scandal: further information about the case of foreign students taking fake exams has surfaced

A 2014 BBC documentary explored the prevalence of exam cheating in the United Kingdom. For

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Institute for Fiscal Studies: Taxes could rise as a result of increased immigration

UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt raised the basic income tax rate from 19% to 25% and froze income tax rate thresholds for six years in the spring budget of 2023. The

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Meta CEO Could Gain $700 Million a Year in New Dividend Payout Zuckerbucks!

The first dividend for shareholders of Meta Platforms Inc., the massive social media company, may entitle CEO Mark Zuckerberg to

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London’s Dragons: looking for the Chinese New Year symbol

This weekend is Chinese New Year; next year the dragon, a fantastical creature much loved in British heraldry and vexillology,

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The London Stock Exchange will host Air Astana’s initial public offering (IPO)

The first public sale of shares, or IPO, of Kazakh airline Air Astana, which is partially owned by British company

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Pancake Day Palooza: Dive into Holiday Traditions and Royal Pancake Perfection

The day before Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent is celebrated on Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Day and

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In Britain, there are 900,000 job openings. Businesses are searching overseas for employees.

In 2024, there will be over 900,000 open positions in the British labor market. According to The Telegraph, experts from

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In Britain, there are 900,000 job openings. Businesses are searching overseas for employees.

In 2024, there will be over 900,000 open positions in the British labor market. According to The Telegraph, experts from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) caution

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Mars Rover Snaps Ingenuity’s Farewell: A Small Tribute to Human Ingenuity

In the middle of the vast, cold Martian landscape, a lone figure represents human ingenuity and unwavering exploration devotion. Look at NASA’s Ingenuity Chopper, preserved in its final resting place

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From Glory to Grief: Rising Marathon Sensation Kiptum’s Untimely End Leaves World Stunned

Kenya’s world record holder for marathons, Kiptum, and his coach perished in a car crash

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English test scandal: further information about the case of foreign students taking fake exams has surfaced

A 2014 BBC documentary explored the prevalence of exam cheating in the United Kingdom. For

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Pancake Day Palooza: Dive into Holiday Traditions and Royal Pancake Perfection

The day before Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent is celebrated on Shrove Tuesday, also

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Meta CEO Could Gain $700 Million a Year in New Dividend Payout Zuckerbucks!

The first dividend for shareholders of Meta Platforms Inc., the massive social media company, may

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Atos Debt Negotiations Drag On, Rights Issue Shelved Amid Market Turmoil

A possible merger with rival Stellantis was the subject of media speculation on Monday, which resulted in a gain of more than 4% for Renault shares. The Italian newspaper Il

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Princess Xenia of Germany Creates History with Playboy’s naked Cover Feature

Princess Xenia Florence Gabriela Sophie Iris of Saxony, Germany, made history by being the first aristocrat to appear topless in a photo shoot for Playboy magazine. This was a ground-breaking

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Product Panic: B&M, Tesco, and Asda Recall Items Over Labeling Blunders

Tesco, Asda, and B&M, three supermarket chains, have sent out an urgent recall notice for a few of their products. According to My London, their packaging lacked the essential information

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