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  • Broadcasters in legal bind over reporting on Tory crisis during election | Politics0

    Attempts by Conservative MPs to remove Theresa May from office during the European elections are causing problems for British broadcasters, which are struggling to work out what developments they are legally allowed to report about the prime minister’s seemingly doomed premiership. The UK’s strict broadcasting laws place tight restrictions on coverage of politics by TV

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  • Eurovision 2019: UK’s last-placed entry has score lowered

    Eurovision 2019: UK’s last-placed entry has score lowered0

    Image copyright Reuters Image caption Despite the last place finish, Rice said he enjoyed his Eurovision experience The UK’s last-placed Eurovision Song Contest entry has had its score lowered by five points, organisers say. A revision of scores means Michael Rice’s song Bigger Than Us only picked up 11 points from Saturday’s final. The contest

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  • India starts counting 600 million votes, Modi looks at second term

    India starts counting 600 million votes, Modi looks at second term0

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India began counting hundreds of millions of votes in its general election on Thursday, with a coalition led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party already preparing to form the next government. Police officers stand guard outside a vote counting centre in Kolkata, India, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri The National

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  • Highest Paying Tech Employers In The UK 2019 | Career

    Highest Paying Tech Employers In The UK 2019 | Career0

    It should come as little surprise that technology companies are amongst the highest-paying employers in the UK, with six firms in the top ten by median total compensation according to a new report by job-seeking site Glassdoor. The Glassdoor 2019 salary report mined data from its platform over the past year, up until 28 February.

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