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GitHub apologizes for firing employee who warned of Capitol attack Nazi link

A technology firm owned by Microsoft, GitHub has been forced to apologize after firing a Jewish employee who had warned that “Nazis” were among the pro-Trump mob who launched an attack on the US Capitol on 6 January. Significant Errors in Judgment The tech company’s COO, Erica Brescia, on the back o... More...

David Alaba to Join Real Madrid This Summer on Four-Year Deal

Bayern Munich defender David Alaba has reached an agreement to join Spanish giants Real Madrid on a free transfer this summer. He will sign a four-year deal with the club in the coming weeks. Fulfilling A Dream Alaba’s move brings an end to a trophy-laden 13-year spell with perennial Bundesliga cham... More...

FBI vets thousands of troops amid fears of insider attack on Biden inauguration

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is carrying out checks on thousands of military personnel guarding Joe Biden’s inauguration as US president on Wednesday amidst fears of attacks by pro-Trump loyalists. Identifying Potential Threats National Guard personnel hold the job on a part-time basis while... More...

As many as six in 10 UK care home residents still awaiting COVID-19 vaccination

The Latest reports reveal wide disparities in the campaign to protect elderly residents of care homes from COVID-19. 100 per cent of residents in Slough have gotten their first vaccinations while nearly six in ten are yet to be vaccinated in one of the UK’s largest care home chains. Struggling to Pr... More...

BT faces £600m lawsuit over alleged overcharging of 2.3 million customers

Following news that landline customers are filing a £600m compensation claim against them for alleged overcharging, BT’s share prices declined, on Monday.  Customers Could Be Entitled to Compensation 2.3 million BT landline customers could receive payments of up to £500 each if claims filed at the C... More...