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Motorola faces competition inquiry over UK emergency services network

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The UK’s competition regulator is investigating Motorola over concerns that it has “cashed in” on its monopoly over mobile networks for the UK emergency services. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Mo...

'Skool-tot-tronk pyplyn': jeugregsdienste wat swart seuns in die steek laat

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Die regering is aangemoedig om op te tree oor die "skool-tot-gevangenis-pyplyn" nadat 'n verslag bevind het dat swart en gemengde erfenis-seuns in Engeland swak ondersteuning van jeugmisdadigersdienste ontvang het. HM Inspektoraat van Proeftyd...

How to cut your costs on TV and music streaming services

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With household bills climbing, it is time to start looking at cutting back on those unnecessary subscriptions. Streaming services are a godsend to keep you entertained when the winter nights draw in but with more and ...

Facebook outage highlights global over-reliance on its services

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From bereft Brazilians to relaxed Russians and internet-savvy Indians, Facebook’s outage highlighted the dependence much of the world has developed on its social media products, and put the spotlight on its global pow...

Ambulance services are no longer local

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The opposition to the closure of 60-plus local ambulance stations in London centres around the idea that it will lead to longer waiting times (Vrees vir NHS beplan om alle plaaslike ambulansstasies in Londen te sluit, 25 Se...

Afghanistan services collapsing and aid about to run out, says UN

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Access to food aid and other life-saving services in Afghanistan is close to running out, the United Nations has warned, as concern mounts that the country is facing a “looming humanitarian catastrophe”. The grim asse...

Australia Covid news updates: NSW health services under pressure as state braces for rise in cases – live

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AMA warns non-Covid patients could be sent home if hospitals see a major increase in cases. Volg die nuutste opdaterings regstreeks

Over 65s: what do you make of TV streaming services?

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Netflix has seen a rise in the number of over 65s tuning in to TV streaming as older people adopted more technology during the pandemic. We would like to hear from over 65s on what they make of streaming services. Wha...

Tory cuts to English youth services fuelling crime, says Keir Starmer

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Cuts to youth services in England amounting to £660m over the past decade have fuelled antisocial behaviour and violent crime, Keir Starmer will say on Monday. The Labour leader said his experience as a former directo...

Crisis in children’s services has its roots in austerity

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Patrick Butler is right that the pandemic has made the crisis in children’s social care “even more acute” (Crisis in children’s services in England is shocking if not surprising, 11 Augustus). Egter, it is difficult t...

Chinese services activity accelerates, but Delta variant concerns remain – business live

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John Oliver on emergency services: ‘For that label to mean something, it has to come with funding’

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On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver dug into America’s broken front line of Emergency Medical Services – underpaid emergency responders, a fragmented and underfunded patchwork of EMS departments, and surprise bills that...

Online banking and gaming services hit by internet outage

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The websites of HSBC, ITV and Waitrose were among those hit by a widespread outage that briefly caused disruption on Thursday afternoon. Major online banking services – including Barclays, TSB, the Bank of Scotland, T ...

UK public services face cuts of up to £17bn, says IFS

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Rishi Sunak is poised to usher in cuts to public services of up to £17bn compared with the government’s pre-pandemic plans unless he takes action this summer to increase funding, a leading thinktank has warned. The In...

Sunak must spend extra £10bn a year on public services because of Covid – OBR

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Rishi Sunak will need to spend an additional £10bn each year on public services to deal with the continuing fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic after this year, the Treasury’s tax and spending watchdog has said. The Of...

Internet outage illustrates lack of resilience at heart of critical services

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Tuesday morning’s 45-minute internet outage, which knocked out the Gov.uk domain as well as a string of publishers and other websites, cannot easily be dismissed as an isolated event. It demonstrates a lack of resilie...

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