Here’s your Risk Digest for the Week Ending 5th May 2017
The scam appears to have affected but a few users yet was surprisingly sophisticated.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has been fined £150,000 after it allowed DVDs containing interviews with victims of violent or sexual crimes to get lost in the post.
Health & Safety
Two roofing contractors have been fined after the HSE investigated hazardous working conditions where men were seen working on a roof without edge protection.
The Government has been urged to ‘provide clarity’ on the future of chemicals regulation after the EU Referendum.
What do Jose Mourinho, Jo Malone, Karen Millen and Elizabeth Emanuel all have in common? They do not own the rights in their own name and brand!
Taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland has reported its first quarterly profit since 2015 – a year after a loss of almost £1 billion during the same period.
Some diesel car drivers are reportedly to be offered compensation to scrap or modify high-polluting vehicles in new plans to reduce emissions.
Dozens of flights are reported cancelled and residents urged to stay indoors to avoid breathing in dangerous particles
A council-owned energy company set up a year ago has said it is on course to return a profit by 2021.
Chairman Peter Coates says company’s plan is ‘consistent with good value’, but experts call it ‘a breathtaking failure to come to grips with a world in transition’.
I must confess to being slightly amused over recent expressions, that UK Travel Consumers will lose their right to access either free or low cost medical treatment when travelling in the European Union, following Brexit!
Social media never sleeps, and as a result, neither do you! If you’re feeling tired, lethargic and seriously lacking in motivation, take a break with these 6 tricks.
We tryout the Nokia 3310 to see if Nokia can really bring back a re-worked classic mobile.
Featuring a svelte design and sports car fabric on its keyboard, the Surface Laptop looks to shake-up the ultraportable market.
People are being advised to spend their old paper five pound notes before they stop being legal tender after today.
Labour’s John McDonnell has pledged to increase inheritance tax by reversing what he described as the Conservatives’ recent “giveaways”. But he was vague as to exactly how Labour might change the tax.
Tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade pose a particular challenge for Northern Ireland’s agri-food industry, according to a House of Lords report.
Theresa May has accused the European Union of seeking to influence the result of the UK general election through threats, as she formally fired the starting gun on the campaign and asked voters to back her over Jeremy Corbyn.
The Lighter Side
The hit show’s star Julia Louis-Dreyfus advises the politician to “take care” after he is left with a black eye and stitches.
Local elections are underway and that can only mean one thing – a swathe of pictures of cute pets at polling stations have taken over social media.
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