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A British software tycoon has failed to delay a ruling on whether he should be extradited to the US over claims that he masterminded an £8 billion fraud. The High Court decision means that the home secretary could send Mike Lynch,

Bentley has committed to keeping production of its new range of luxury electric cars at its home in Crewe and put a date of late 2025 for delivery of its first zero-emission vehicle at the plant. Apparently laying to rest fears

Ministers will today launch a new benefits crackdown designed to get half a million unemployed people back to work by the end of June. As Boris Johnson battles to get on the front foot amid the Partygate row, the Government will

They already help play music, get the news and control appliances at home, and virtual voice assistants may soon also be able to detect if people are ill. Smart speakers such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant are expected within the

Supermarkets and train operators will carry on asking people to wear facemasks after the legal requirement for them comes to an end today. Plan B coronavirus measures in England have been dropped as Boris Johnson promises a route back to “complete