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September 2019 articles

Heathrow climate change protest arrests rises to 18
Heathrow climate change protest arrests rises to 18
The number of people arrested by police during a climate change protest at Heathrow Airport has risen to 18. Activists [...]
September 14, 2019
Wrightbus in rescue talks as 1,400 jobs at risk
Wrightbus in rescue talks as 1,400 jobs at risk
London bus maker Wrightbus will hold talks with Irish transport executive Darren Donnelly this weekend in a bid to avoid [...]
September 14, 2019
Vestager’s legacy is about to catch up with her
Vestager’s legacy is about to catch up with her
It was a week full of surprises in the world of tech antitrust regulation. On Monday, Google found itself at [...]
September 14, 2019
Saudi Arabia oil facilities engulfed in flames after drone attacks
Saudi Arabia oil facilities engulfed in flames after drone attacks
Two major oil facilities in Saudi Arabia have burst into flames following drone attacks, state media reports. Footage has emerged [...]
September 14, 2019
David Cameron criticises ‘appalling’ behaviour of Boris Johnson and Michael Gove during Brexit campaign
David Cameron criticises ‘appalling’ behaviour of Boris Johnson and Michael Gove during Brexit campaign
David Cameron has accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Michael Gove of behaving “appallingly” during the 2016 EU referendum campaign. [...]
September 14, 2019
Hunting the hunters: We go on safari with the Serengeti’s canine anti-poaching unit
Hunting the hunters: We go on safari with the Serengeti’s canine anti-poaching unit
We bounced along at high speed, our eyes glued on the dramatic chase unfolding on the Serengeti plains. An agile, [...]
September 13, 2019
Why London Fashion Week is a marketing masterclass
Why London Fashion Week is a marketing masterclass
Despite being on our doorstep, London Fashion Week – which begins today – can sometimes feel like a strange spectacle [...]
September 13, 2019
Hong Kong vows to chase London Stock Exchange after £32bn bid rejected
Hong Kong vows to chase London Stock Exchange after £32bn bid rejected
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX) has vowed to pursue a takeover of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) after its [...]
September 13, 2019
EU competition chief Vestager eyes new data rules as she turns up heat on tech giants
EU competition chief Vestager eyes new data rules as she turns up heat on tech giants
EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has called for new rules to police how companies collect and use data as she [...]
September 13, 2019
Boris Johnson says he ‘won’t be deterred’ from Brexit on 31 October
Boris Johnson says he ‘won’t be deterred’ from Brexit on 31 October
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted he “won’t be deterred by anybody” from taking the UK out of the EU [...]
September 13, 2019