Here’s your Risk Digest for the Week Ending 9th June 2017
The group has big plans for its stolen NSA data.
The broadcaster is at the centre of a diplomatic crisis that has exploded between Doha and five Arab countries.
Health & Safety
A hotel in Golders Green has been fined £20,000 for fire safety offences.
A Glasgow based construction company has been fined £110,000 after the death of an 83-year old man in Kirkcaldy.
The struggling regional airline plans to trim capacity and overhaul bookings on its website after plunging into the red last year.
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Ashbourne Foods Ltd is recalling Sugar ‘n’ Spice Gluten Free Chocolate Brownies.
China, US and Europe accounted for more than 90% of electric vehicle sales last year with decreasing costs driving demand.
Scientists have developed an alternative to the environmentally damaging microbeads that are due to be banned later this year.
Sector will have to ensure around the clock supply as chief scientist also demands three years’ notice over station closures.
The steady decline of oil prices has accelerated after a sharp increase in US oil supplies to drive the market to its lowest level since Opec vowed to extend its programme of supply cuts.
Researchers have trained computers to spot social media users who pose as somebody else – a practice known as catfishing.
Massive data roaming charges picked up while you’re on holiday in Europe are about to become a thing of the past.
Sterling dived against the both the US dollar and the euro late on Thursday after official exit polls were released suggesting the UK is heading for a hung parliament.
The shock general election result has sent the pound falling to seven-month lows, catching out holidaymakers who were waiting to buy currency.
Leading figures tell Sky News it is unlikely a good, detailed deal can be thrashed out by the end of March 2019.
Britain’s exit from the European Union has been plunged into uncertainty.
The Lighter Side
Over the past few years, #dogsatpollingstations has become something of a tradition when it comes to British democracy.
This nun’s smooth soccer skills are simply divine.
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