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Articles from January 19, 2017

200,000 Pupils in England Being Failed by Secondary Schools That Underperform
Byline: Pippa Crerar and Lizzie Edmonds ALMOST one in 10 secondary schools across England are underperforming, according to new official figures. This year's school performance tables show that 282 secondaries, teaching more than 200,000 children,...
30 Missing and 'Many Feared Dead' after Huge Avalanche Buries Hotel in Italy
Byline: Ross Lydall and Matt Watts AT least 30 people were missing today and many feared dead after an avalanche swamped a hotel in Italy following a series of earthquakes. Rescuers on skis fought through "apocalyptic" snow storms to reach Hotel...
A Brave New World? You Must Be Joking
Byline: RosamundUr win IT RUINS a man's life, doesn't it, being accused of sexual assault? That's what we're always told. If a case is dropped or the man is found not guilty, we hear how he's endured a "living hell"; that he fears he will always...
A Compelling Story of a Young Writer Married to an Old Man Who Dances in His Y-Fronts
Byline: SUSANNAH BUTTER FIRST LOVE by Gwendoline Riley (Granta, PS12.99) FOR a book with a romanticsounding title, First Love is decidedly brutal. It is the story of Neve, a writer in her thirties married to an older man called Edwyn. He is suffering...
America Might like Trump's Simple Plan but Not the Rest of Us; the President's Plan to Boost US Growth May Well Have a Profoundly Damaging Effect on the Global Economy
Byline: Anthony Hilton SO JUST when you might have thought the world could not be any stranger, China's President Xi Jinping, leader of the world's largest Communist country, took the stage this week to defend global capitalism and free markets....
Barclays: City Will Be Europe's 'Financial Lungs' despite Brexit
Byline: Simon English THE chief executive of Barclays gave his firm backing to the City of London today, insisting it will remain the top financial centre whatever the political fallout from Brexit. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos,...
Being Homeless Means You Have More Reason to Fight for Success
Byline: Kumba Kpakima Aspiring journalist and Centrepoint resident Kumba Kpakima, 18, became homeless after her mother died when she was 15. After meeting Prince William and Evening Standard proprietor Evgeny Lebedev at the launch of our Young and...
Bilic Closing in on PS8m Deal for Defender Fonte
Byline: Ken Dyer WEST HAM are poised to sign Southampton defender Jose Fonte, despite interest from West Brom. It is understood that the clubs are close to agreeing a fee of PS8million, potentially rising to PS10m with addons. The 33-year-old...
Billie Says First Film in 12 Years Shows 'The Real London I Love'
Byline: Ellen E. Jones BILLIE PIPER says she is looking forward to showing London as the "modern and diverse" capital she loves in her big-screen return. The best actress winner at last year's London Evening Standard Theatre Awards stars opposite...
British Land Battles Brexit by Lining Up 'Chunky' Deals
Byline: Russell Lynch BRITISH Land flagged up a clutch of "chunky" London leasing deals in the pipeline today despite "potential headwinds" from Brexit. The company's shares are 20% down since last June's referendum but the developer and landlord...
Cartoon Eggs and Googly Eyes: Stick It to Your Friends with a New Fashion Emoji Add-On
PHONES turn communication into a complex art. If you're one of the lucky few who can successfully navigate the new iMessage that came with the latest iOS, you might be having fun with lasers and balloons. Congratulations. But those who are really...
City Breaks to Savour; If It's a Getaway Full of Fantastic Food and Culture You're after, Mary Novakovich Lists the Locations That Won't Disappoint
Byline: Mary Novakovich Start 2017 by planning where you can steal away for a few days preferably somewhere you can soak up fascinating culture and discover some fabulous cuisine. But with such a dizzying choice of cities, how do you whittle down...
Congestion on Roads Now So Bad That C-Charge Is 'No Longer Fit for Purpose'
Byline: Pippa Crerar City Hall Editor LONDON'S congestion charge is no longer "fit for purpose" and should be replaced by a system where motorists pay more for driving at rush hour, an influential report said today. The London Assembly transport...
Costa's Team-Mates Won't Be Thinking, 'What a Dirty Swine' It Won't Affect Morale One Iota
Byline: Harry Redknapp CHELSEA won't have a difficult time bringing Diego Costa back into the first team because the other players will be laughing about what's happened. His team-mates won't get the hump with him after this supposed row involving...
Cream, Fly and Spy Shortlisted to Be Next Artwork on Fourth Plinth
Byline: Robert Dex Arts Correspondent A GIANT swirl of whipped cream topped with a drone to spy on crowds in Trafalgar Square is among the final five works of art shortlisted to take their place on the fourth plinth. Heather Phillipson said her...
Do You Miss Your Teddy Bear? in the Latest in His Series on Striking Images Our Columnist Looks at the Allure of Childhood Comforts
Byline: Charles Saatchi the naked eye ARENTING websites, and there are an army of them, offer endless guidelines for perfect infant rearing. PEven a topic that is supposedly minor -- such as deciding when your child is too old to be always accompanied...
Firms Hiring as Usual Ahead of Brexit; Small and Medium-Sized Companies Are the Lifeblood of the Economy, Accounting for Half of All Jobs. While Most London Businesses Favour a Soft Brexit, Many Say They Are Planning to Increase Their Headcount, Writes Niki Chesworth
Byline: writes Niki Chesworth EMPLOYMENT is not only at a record high, in the coming year many firms plan to increase hiring. More than one in seven business owners expect to increase their headcount by up to 10 per cent in 2017, with one in 10...
Get with the Programme; TechnologyAlex Klein Says He Can Teach Anyone to Build a Computer from Scratch, One Bright Key at a Time. Frankie McCoy Meets Him
Byline: Frankie McCoy WHEN Alex Klein was 12, his beloved laptop was smashed. Now 26, the tech impressario sees it as a pivotal moment: "Someone near and dear to me got angry at me, picked up the laptop I was spending all my time on and smashed...
'Google Search Helped Save My Son with Brain Tumour'
Byline: RossLydall Health Editor A MOTHER today told how a Google search helped save her nine-year-old's life by indicating that he was displaying the symptoms of a brain tumour. Claire Lloyd, 39, typed in "child with persistent vomiting" when son...
Hack the Pace; Technology from Smart Socks to Personal Training Bots, Surge Ahead of the Pack with This Next-Gen Running Kit, Says Lucy Tobin
Byline: says Lucy Tobin KNOCKING on a GP's door to report that your trainers have warned you about a sports injury might once have seen you diagnosed with hallucinations, but no longer. The latest in sports-tech wearables can flag up strains and...
Hard Brexit Will Leave Us Isolated
THERESA May's hard Brexit stance does not represent what the vast majority of British people wanted from the referendum on our membership of the European Union. I would suggest that of those 52 per cent who voted Leave, most did so because of concerns...
Hotspots with Big Options for Your Little Ones; Aoife O'Riordain Finds Family-Friendly Resorts with Plenty to Stop Your Kids Getting the Hump
Byline: Aoife O'Riordain lot your way out of the winter gloom and turn your attention to family globetrotting for the coming 12 months. PIt's a headline year for Canada as 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of confederation, so the whole country...
How the School Exam Statistics Add Up; YOUR GUIDE TO THE TABLES
Byline: line Name Pippa Crerar Byline Job Title THESE league tables show the results of GCSEs and A-levels taken by pupils in 2016. For GCSEs the boroughs of London are listed alphabetically. Schools in each area, including both state and most...
How to Satisfy Your Sense of Adventure; Fancy a Trip off the Beaten Track? Catherine Jarvie Looks at the Possibilities for Doing Something Different This Year
Byline: Catherine Jarvie Adventures come in many guises, but if your 2017 travel resolution is more about the path less taken, you'd do well to take advantage of BA's new direct flights between Heathrow and Santiago to discover Chile's Carretera...
Itoje: I'd Love to Be a Lion but There's a Long Way to Go Still
Byline: Chris Jones MARO ITOJE is facing the most demanding challenge of his stellar career, with the culmination of his politics degree, possible European Champions Cup and Premiership finals to deal with, plus a probable Lions tour to New Zealand....
Judge and Ex-Lover Face Jail for PS1m Fraud; Pair Stole from Law Firm's Clients to Fund Four-Year Spending Spree
Byline: Tristan Kirk Courts Reporter A DISTRICT judge and his former lover are facing jail for stealing PS1 million from clients of their law firm to fund their party lifestyle. Simon Kenny, 61, and his assistant Emma Coates, 47, ransacked the...
Konta Warms to Task as She Sets Up Wozniacki Showdown
Byline: writes Paul Newman in Melbourne JOHANNA KONTA kept the party going for British tennis at the Australian Open today with her seventh successive victory, writes Paul Newman in Melbourne. The world No9 beat Naomi Osaka 6-4, 6-2 to follow...
Konta Warms to Task as She Sets Up Wozniacki Showdown
JOHAN goAhvM JOHANNA KONTA kept the party going for British tennis at the Australian Open today with her seventh successive victory, writes Paul Newman in Melbourne. O Mu las Car rou The world No9 beat Naomi Osaka 6-4, 6-2 to follow Andy Murray...
Lawyer Quits the City to Work on Game to Help People with Dementia
Byline: Lizzie Edmonds A CORPORATE lawyer whose father was diagnosed with early-onset dementia in his fifties has quit the City to work on a game to help those with late stages of the condition interact with others. John Ramsay, 32, has now dedicated...
Leadsom's Silence on Food Waste Is a Shameful Dereliction of Duty
Byline: David Cohen WHEN we launched our campaign to tackle food waste and food poverty last year I asked whether voluntary food donation targets as enshrined in the Courtauld Commitment 2025 could really work. Our revelation that supermarkets donate...
Lively Night as Blake and Depp Win Popular Vote at Hollywood Awards Show
Byline: David Gardner in Los Angeles JOHNNY DEPP paid an emotional tribute to his fans for their support during his marriage break-up as he accepted an award at a Hollywood ceremony. Speaking publicly for the first time since his divorce from...
Londoners Urged to Limit Activity as Mayor Issues Pollution Red Alert; Evening Standard Investigation
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor LONDON was today put on red alert for toxic air, with millions told to consider reducing physical activity to protect their health. Mayor Sadiq Khan sent out warnings that air pollution could spiral...
London Gangs Use Children as Young as 12 to Smuggle Drugs across the Country
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Editor EXCLUSIVE CHILDREN as young as 12 are running drugs from London to towns and cities across Britain in a racket feared to be a new child exploitation scandal. Home Secretary Amber Rudd today faced calls for...
London's Drug Runners Aged 12; ?Children Delivering Cocaine and Heroin across the Country Drugs Racket Sparks Child Exploitation Fears
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Editor EXCLUSIVE CHILDREN as young as 12 are running drugs from London to towns and cities across Britain in a racket feared to be a new child exploitation grooming scandal. Home Secretary Amber Rudd today faced...
Love Is a Dangerous Battlefield Pick of the Day
Honour Tonight, London Live, 10pm Here is an opportunity to watch the always excellent Paddy Considine be excellent, his role in this thriller where his cudgel glare and press-gang build are free to roam London and inflict the damage they threaten....
May Tells World's Elite: Too Many Ordinary Citizens Feel Left Behind; French Hit Back at Boris WWII Jibe as Backlash over Brexit Plan Continues
Byline: Joe Murphy Political Editor THERESA MAY lectured the world's richest people today on the need to make the global economy work better for ordinary families. She told the elite of the capitalist system in Davos that too many citizens felt...
May Tells World's Elite: Too Many Ordinary Citizens Feel Left Behind; PM Addresses Davos Summit amid European Backlash over Brexit Plan
Byline: Joe Murphy Political Editor THERESA MAY lectured the world's richest people today on the need to make the global economy work better for ordinary families. She told the elite of the capitalist system in Davos that too many citizens felt...
Mother Feared for Life as Teenage Girl Beat Her in Cafe 'Mini-Riot'
Byline: Matt Watts A MOTHER today said she feared for her life as she was beaten by a teenage girl ahead of a "mini riot" that left three police officers injured. Cafe owner Leyla Garip, 38, said she was attacked as she asked the girl to leave...
Murray. BOOST AS DJOKOVIC CRASHES; SCOT ODDS-ON TO LIFT TROPHY AS WILD CARD DESPATCHES WORLD No2
Byline: Paul Newman in Melbourne ary Andy Murattempt to ent. NOVAK DJOKOVIC'S bid to win the Australian Open for the seventh time in 10 years ended here today in extraordinary fashion, giving Britain's Murray a huge boost in his attempt finally...
MURRAY. BOOST AS DJOKOVIC CRASHES; SCOT ODDS-ON TO LIFT TROPHY AS WILD CARD DESPATCHES WORLD No2
Byline: Paul Newman in Melbourne NOVAK DJOKOVIC'S bid to win the Australian Open for the seventh time in 10 years ended here today in extraordinary fashion, giving Britain's Andy Murray a huge boost in his attempt to finally win the tournament....
Not Qualified for a Role? Cross Your Fingers and Go for It Anyway
IF YOU'VE been scouring job ads and cannot find a role that exactly fits your qualifications, then apply for it anyway. That seems to be the approach of most jobseekers. Six in 10 of us have applied for jobs we are not qualified for, according to...
Novak's Shock Leaves Murray on Open Road to Grand Slam Wizardry in Oz; Stunning Exit of Six-Time Winner at Hands of World No117 Gives Scotsman Great Opportunity to Finally Win Title Down under. Paul Newman in Melbourne
Byline: Paul Newman SPORTING shocks do not get much bigger than this. Denis Istomin's 7-6, 5-7, 2-6, 7-6, 6-4 second-round victory over Novak Djokovic was not only one of the biggest upsets ever at the Australian Open but also one of the most astonishing...
On a Detox? the Luxury Retreats You Cannot Beat; Aoife O'Riordain Searches out the Spa Resorts That'll Have You Ditching Your New Year Diet and Digging out Your Passport
Byline: Aoife O'Riordain After weeks of cheese boards, chocolates and Baileys, it's time to think about undoing all that Christmas damage. Handily, eating well and exercising doesn't have to mean diets and gyms -- you can just go on holiday. Here's...
Paperbacks
Byline: William Leith TRUMP REVEALED by Michael Kranish and Marc Fisher (Simon & Schuster, PS9.99) HOW did Donald Trump, a property developer and reality-TV host, become President of the United States? You might as well ask how a boy from Queens,...
Perfect Time to Get Smarter on the Roads; IAM's Flexible Course Is Geared Up to Help Drivers Improve Their Skills
Byline: David Williams ROAD SAFETY WRITER OF THE YEAR 2017 WHAT'S your New Year's motoring resolution? According to an AA survey, almost half of all drivers are promising to turn over a new leaf in 2017 -- and more than half of those said they would...
Portrait of Britain by Numbers
Byline: NICK CURTIS THE BUTCHER, THE BAKER, THE CANDLESTICK MAKER: THE STORY OF BRITAIN THROUGH ITS CENSUS, SINCE 1801 by Roger Hutchinson (Little, Brown, PS20) SINCE its first census in 1801 Britain has moved from being an agricultural to an industrial...
PS80 Million Ring of Steel to Block Terror Attack at Trump Inauguration; 30,000 Officers on Duty amid Fear of Lorry Assault or Violent Protest
Byline: David Gardner in Los Angeles AN UNPRECEDENTED PS80 million security operation will be mounted for Donald Trump's inauguration tomorrow amid fears of a terrorist attack. The billionaire will be protected by a ring of steel in Washington DC...
Red Alert over Toxic Air Cloud; MILLIONS URGED TO REDUCE ACTIVITY AND AVOID BUSY ROADS IN LONDON-WIDE WARNING Evening Standard Investigation 'Spend Less Time outside, Call GP If Unwell'
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor A TOXIC air "red alert" was issued across London today, with millions of people urged to consider taking it easy to protect their health. Mayor Sadiq Khan raised the alarm about a filthy cloud of...
Road Congestion Now So Bad That C-Charge 'No Longer Fit for Purpose'
Byline: Pippa Crerar City Hall Editor LONDON'S congestion charge is no longer "fit for purpose" and should be replaced by a system where motorists pay more for driving at rush hour, an influential report said today. The London Assembly transport...
Romantic Resorts You Will Fall in Love with; from Luxury Lodges to the Northern Lights, Jonathan Thompson Lines Up the Perfect Places for Couples
Byline: Jonathan Thompson You may only have eyes for each other, but breathtaking views and magnificent sunsets wouldn't do any harm to that picture. With the pound buffeted by Brexit, plenty of couples will be looking for romantic retreats within...
Rooms with a View to Treasure; from Iceland to India, Sri Lanka to South Africa , Juliet Kinsman Rounds Up the Hottest New Global Hotel Openings Coming in 2017
Byline: Juliet Kinsman It's January. Time to book your getaway before all the best rooms have gone at your favourite hotel. Alternatively, you could make 2017 a year of change. With plenty of hotel openings on their way, why not be one of the first...
Royal Mail Praises Posties with Pensions under Threat
Byline: Simon English ROYAL Mail chief executive Moya Greene today praised Britain's postmen for their hard work over Christmas, just as she prepares to cut their pensions. The company is in the midst of a "consultation" process with members...
Salesman or Saviour? Rustbelt Residents Grapple with Enigma
Byline: Martin Geissler LETTER FROM indiana GARY, Indiana should be a boomtown. It sits on the busiest highway in the United States, half an hour's drive from downtown Chicago. It's the birthplace of Michael Jackson, a gift for any tourism office,...
Secrets of My Success; Kenny Wilson Chief Executive Cath Kidston
What do you do? My job involves setting the strategy for Cath Kidston. A big part of that is ensuring we have got the right people to deliver the strategy. My nine to five is quite varied. I could be in Japan for a week or at a board meeting with investors...
See Why It's Good to Go the Distance; from the Far East to Florida, the Caribbean to Costa Rica, There's More to Experience If You Think Long-Haul, Says Duncan Forgan
Byline: says Duncan Forgan While Europe holds abundant thrills, sometimes it pays to venture further when travelling. And with London continuing to build a better long-haul network than any other city, there has never been a better time to go the...
Sex, the Supernatural and a Six-Figure Deal; Sarah Pinborough Has Drawn on a Previous Abusive Relationship to Write This Year's Must-Read Thriller. Here, the New Queen of Grip-Lit Tells Katie Law about Women Behaving Badly and Why She Only Likes Dating Married Men
Byline: Katie Law IT'S ALREADY being hyped as the new The Girl on the Train. Sarah Pinborough's first grip-lit thriller, Behind Her Eyes, out next month, has had the fastest number of downloads on Netgalley, the publishing website for reviewers...
Staley: City Will Remain Europe's Financial Lungs
Byline: Simon English BARCLAYS' chief executive insisted the City will remain Europe's top financial hub whatever the fallout from Brexit. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Jes Staley admitted to concerns about "transition periods",...
Stars Shelley Von Strunckel
Aries March 20 - April 18 Just when you have reached a point of exasperation with tedious rules and tiresome regulations, all your efforts and patience merge. While these have been dealt with, other equally demanding situations are coming. Next time...
'Students Are Scared to Wear the Star of David and Speak Hebrew' after a Report on Racism at SOAS Made Headlines This Week, Rosamund Urwin Investigates The'most Politicised' Campus in the Country, and Finds a New Anti-Semitism Row Threatening the Union
Byline: RosamundUrwin ON THE wall of the bar beneath SOAS's student union is a quote from the Chinese civil rights lawyer Ni Yulan, entreating us all to "strive for equality". This is at the heart of what the union considers its mission. Its executive...
Swipe, Sync and Scroll: How to Stay One Thread Ahead in the Email Game
Byline: Joe Krishnan @joekrishnan STAYING on top of your emails can verge on a full-time job if you're an advocate of "inbox zero", especially if you've recently downloaded Apple's new iOS10. Updates are supposed to make things easier, yet after...
Testimony from Witnesses to the 20th Century's Greatest Evil
THE HOLOCAUST: A NEW HISTORY by Laurence Rees (Viking, PS25) DAVID SEXTON HOLOCAUST Memorial Day is on January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, marked across Europe since 1950. Supported by the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, this...
Texts, Tweets and Posts
Emily Frith says she was disappointed that passengers will miss out on lower fares, staffed stations and cleaner trains following Transport Secretary Chris Grayling's rejection of devolving local train services to Transport for London [Letters, January...
'The Best Place on the Planet to Start a Journey'
Byline: Simon says simon calder How powerful is London as a force in global travel? In 2016, while Waterloo station enjoyed another record year as Europe's busiest transport terminal, London increased its lead over New York as the world capital...
This Beast Will Leave You Roaring with Approval
road test RANGE ROVER SVAUTOBIOGRAPHY Top speed: 155mph; 0-60mph: 5.1 secs; CO2: 299g/km; Combined mpg: 22.1; Price: PS148,900 IT'S HARD to think why anybody would want a more special version of the Range Rover Autobiography, impressive -- and expensive...
Top Bosses Need to Treat HR with Respect
Byline: Anthony Hilton city comment YOU cannot read the annual report of a major public company without finding somewhere in the musings of the chairman or chief executive a paragraph on the talents, diligence and resourcefulness of the employees,...
Top DJ: City's Clubs Are of Huge Cultural Significance
Byline: Alistair Foster Showbusiness Correspondent DRUM'N'BASS DJ Andy C says London's nightclubs are of "huge cultural significance" and need to be better understood by the authorities. It follows a spate of closures, with clubs including Turnmills,...
Twickenham 'No' to Becoming Chelsea's Home
Byline: Simon Johnson TWICKENHAM MP Dr Tania Mathias today revealed that RFU chief Ian Ritchie has guaranteed Chelsea will not be allowed to play at the home of rugby. Twickenham had been earmarked as a possible temporary home for the club while...
UBS Pours Cold Water on Deal-Hungry Severn Trent
Byline: market round-up Jamie Nimmo UTILITIES firm Severn Trent might be the frontrunner in the water fight over Dee Valley, but the takeover will not be enough to prevent the Footsie group's profits from trickling lower. That's according to...
UK Divided on Whether Single Market or Border Control Should Be Priority
Byline: Joe Murphy THE country is split over whether Theresa May is right to make immigration control a bigger priority than access to the European single market. An exclusive Ipsos MORI poll reveals 44 per cent of Britons believe staying in...
UK's Coffers Head for Critical List as Population Ages
Byline: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Russell Lynch THE nation may have "had enough of experts", in the famous phrase of Brexiteer Michael Gove, but has it had enough of doctors and nurses? Or a free health service? Theresa May's big speech on Brexit may have...
Way to Boho; in Association withMichael Andrews Never Gained the Acclaim of Fellow Artist-Bohemians Freud andBacon but This Powerful Show Gives the Painter the Attention He Deserves
Byline: Matthew Collings EXHIBITION OF THE WEEK MICHAEL ANDREWS: EARTH AIR WATER Gagosian, W1 MICHAEL Andrews, who died 22 years ago, was famous in the Fifties and Sixties for scenes of latenight drinking parties. He handled paint very physically....
We Must Safeguard Our Legal System Post-Brexit
THE Prime Minister's "open for business" speech at Davos was delivered to an internationalist audience which is largely unsympathetic to Brexit (though it is much more exercised by Donald Trump's view of globalisation), but she went out of her way...
Wenger: China Riches Making Stars Ask for Too Much Money; Wenger's Warning over China Riches
Byline: James Olley Chief Football Correspondent ARSENE WENGER today warned Premier League players are making unrealistic wage demands because of the huge riches on offer in China. Chelsea face a battle to keep Diego Costa after Tianjin Quanjian...
'We're Dying of Cold': Trapped Guests Send Texts for Help after Avalanche Buries Hotel
Byline: Ross Lydall and Matt Watts DESPERATE guests trapped inside an Italian hotel that was engulfed by a huge avalanche have been sending text messages to loved ones. At least 30 people were missing today and many feared dead after Hotel Rigopiano...
West End Ban for Barlow to Avoid 'Impersonations' in New Musical
Byline: Robert Dex Arts Correspondent GARY BARLOW was banned from the West End while writing songs for his new musical, he has revealed. The Take That star joined co-writer Tim Firth at the Phoenix Theatre to unveil 8,000 model sunflowers on...
Yuvraj and Dhoni Step Up after Kohli Early Exit
Byline: Tim Wigmore in Cuttack AFTER their torment at the hands of Virat Kohli all winter long, England today finally dismissed him in single figures. Two regal drives at the start of his innings suggested an encore of Kohli's 122 in the first...
Yuvraj and Dhoni Step Up after Kohli Early Exit
Byline: Tim Wigmore in Cuttack ALL winter long, England have toiled to dismiss Virat Kohli for single figures. Here they finally managed it, Chris Woakes enticing him to drive at a wide, swinging delivery neatly snaffled by Ben Stokes at second...
Zuckerberg's Crystal Ball: Facebook Wants to Predict Users' Futures with Computer System
Byline: Mark Blunden Technology Reporter FACEBOOK wants to know more about its users' lives than ever before by predicting their future. The social network, headed by founder Mark Zuckerberg, wants to use information from people's smartphones...
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