Here’s your Risk Digest for the Week Ending 18th November 2016.
Supermarket also rules out an inside job.
The Investigatory Powers Bill has been passed by both Houses of Parliament. Once it receives Royal Assent it will become law
Health & Safety
Tram tried to take a sharp bend at nearly four times the speed limit. No fault was found with the tram.
The “EcoHelmet” is the brainchild of Isis Shiffer, a 28-year-old designer and bike enthusiast from New York who came up with the idea after she began using city bike-hire schemes but was worried about cycling without a helmet.
Recipients using “Reply All” to complain add to server overload.
Microsoft will join as platinum partner of the Linux Foundation in the latest evolution of the new open era as Canonical touts SQL Server for Ubuntu
The prince’s speech came as the UK pledged an extra £13m to tackle the problem and environment secretary, Andrea Leadsom, promised the UK would show leadership to protect precious wildlife.
Parliament raised no objections to the Paris deal and the process is simply awaiting a government signature and deposition at the UN.
Google and Facebook have announced plans to fight the spread of fake news by placing tighter restrictions on how such sites make money from advertising.
WhatsApp Just gave you a Reason to Uninstall Skype and Facebook Messenger
WHATSAPP – the world’s most popular messaging app – now allows users on Android, iOS and Windows Phone to make and receive video calls using their mobile device.
The Deputy President of the Supreme Court has said ministers could be forced to spend months overhauling EU laws before they can trigger the Brexit process.
Increasing Number of MPs Set to Vote Against Triggering of Article 50
The Prime Minister could face difficulty activating Britain’s exit from the EU as an increasing number of MPs have indicated they would vote against triggering Article 50 in parliament
The Lighter Side
The mannequin challenge has taken the world by storm, with even England’s footballers taking part after Jamie Vardy’s goal against Spain on Tuesday night. And it’s not only humans who are enjoying the game, as one amazing dog from Tennessee has shown.
A bungee jumper who dunked a biscuit in a cup of tea after diving from a height of 246ft (75m) and a magician who performed 11 tricks in a single skydive, are being joined by 600,000 other people around the globe who are attempting to make history on Guinness World Records Day.
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