Summary At least 42 people have died and many more are missing after severe floods in western Germany Another six are dead in Belgium, and the Netherlands has also been badly affected The Belgian city of Liège has urged all … Continue reading “All gone. Scary, Unimaginable” – European Flood July 2021
Last weekend the world’s biggest economies backed a global minimum corporation tax. G20 finance ministers from countries like China, Brazil, the US, and the UK signed up to the deal. This builds on the agreement reached the G7 summit in Cornwall in … Continue reading Tax Justice.UK on Overseas Aid Cuts
The FA was charged by UEFA’s Control Ethics and Disciplinary Body for fans booing the Danish national anthem, setting off fireworks and for the use of a laser pointer, which was shone in Kasper Schmeichel, the Danish goalkeeper’s face, as … Continue reading UEFA Fines FA over fans behaviour in Semi Final
Jim Al-Khalili de-myths any dystopian science fiction view of a ‘war between AI and humanity’ as he explores it’s origins in the mid-1950s with the first ever AI programme created by Herbert Simon and Alan Newell (who went on to … Continue reading The Joy of A.I.
A huge explosion close to Elephant and Castle station sent a giant fireball flying out into the street and enormous thick clouds of smoke into the sky, which could be seen across London. Witnesses sprinted for cover but miraculously only … Continue reading Fireball Blaze in Elephant and Castle