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This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla giving an update on the Cybertruck, the Cyberquad for kids, Nissan’s new electrification plan, and more. Sponsored by Electrify America: Discover all the new and innovative ways that Electrify America is providing freedom for electric vehicle
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Arthur Labinjo-Hughes should have been a top priority for social services but was “missed” during the coronavirus lockdown, a child protection boss has said. The six-year-old from Solihull was poisoned, starved and beaten by step-mother Emma Tustin, 32, and his father Thomas Hughes, 29, in a prolonged campaign of “evil abuse”. He was left with
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will be investigated after he claimed coronavirus vaccines may increase the chance of contracting AIDS. Brazilian supreme court Justice Alexandre de Moraes instructed the country’s top prosecutor, Augusto Aras, to look into the accusation raised by a pandemic inquiry conducted by Brazil’s Senate. Mr Bolsonaro said in a live broadcast on
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In this article XLE CVS Stocks could be in for an unusually difficult December, Joule Financial’s Quint Tatro says. Though the market typically rises in the final month of the year — a phenomenon sometimes labeled the “Santa Claus rally” — there are cracks forming that threaten the historical pattern, he told CNBC’s “Trading Nation”
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In this article TWTR Parag Agrawal named Twitter CEO on Nov 29th, 2021. Courtesy: Twitter Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who on Monday replaced co-founder Jack Dorsey, is quickly reorganizing the company’s leadership structure across product and engineering. Twitter said in a regulatory filing on Friday that “to drive increased accountability, speed, and operational efficiency,” the
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A handbook Ghislaine Maxwell gave to staff working at Jeffrey Epstein’s house in Palm Beach – in which they were told to “see nothing, hear nothing, say nothing” – has been made public in court documents. Its 58 pages contain advice on anticipating the “needs of Mr Epstein” and the requirement to be “unobtrusive” –
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The Metropolitan Police has not received any complaints about an alleged party in Downing Street last year when indoor socialising was banned under COVID restrictions, the force’s commissioner has said. It has been reported this week that a large party was held on 18 December last year where around “40 or 50” people were crammed
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