• No-deal Brexit will push up food prices, Birds Eye chief warns

    No-deal Brexit will push up food prices, Birds Eye chief warns

    • February 18, 2019

    By Andrew Woodcock, Press Association Political Editor A no-deal Brexit will lead “virtually instantaneously” to price rises on popular food products in shops, the head of Birds Eye in the UK has warned. The frozen food specialist’s managing director for the UK and Ireland, Wayne Hudson, said manufacturers would have to pass tariffs of up

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  • Revolut to hire team of hackers to bolster cyber defences

    Revolut to hire team of hackers to bolster cyber defences

    • February 18, 2019

    By Maryam Cockar, Press Association City Reporter Revolut is hiring a team of hackers in order to bolster its cyber defences as the bank continues its rapid growth. The start-up fintech firm is looking to recruit five computer experts that will attempt to hack into its IT system to help fend off real cyber attacks

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  • Hans Zimmer writes theme and score for new seven-part David Attenborough series

    Hans Zimmer writes theme and score for new seven-part David Attenborough series

    • February 18, 2019

    By Alex Green, Press Association Entertainment Reporter Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer will score One Planet, Seven Worlds – a new BBC series exploring the continents narrated by Sir David Attenborough. It will mark the German’s third major outing in collaboration with the corporation’s Natural History Unit after he worked on the music for Planet Earth

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  • Luton airport staff to strike over pay dispute

    Luton airport staff to strike over pay dispute

    • February 18, 2019

    By Alan Jones, Press Association Industrial Correspondent Some baggage handlers and check-in staff at Luton Airport are to stage a week-long strike in a dispute over pay. Members of the Unite union employed by GH London will take action from March 3 after voting overwhelmingly in favour of walkouts. The union said the action was

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  • Social media sites should face compulsory ethics code, MPs say

    Social media sites should face compulsory ethics code, MPs say

    • February 18, 2019

    By Harriet Line, Press Association Political Correspondent Social media platforms are behaving like “digital gangsters” and should be forced to comply with a regulated code of ethics to tackle harmful or illegal content on their sites, a Commons committee has demanded. In a major report, MPs also warned that democracy is at risk from the

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  • La Línea PSOE mulls municipal election policy focused on Gibraltar

    La Línea PSOE mulls municipal election policy focused on Gibraltar

    • February 18, 2019

    By Maria Jesus Corrales As Spanish political parties in the Campo gear up for local elections in May, a month after a scheduled general election, the PSOE in La Línea has unveiled plans to develop an electoral policy calling for cooperation with the Government of Gibraltar on key issues. In an interview with the Chronicle,

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