Security flaw put RBS customers at risk of cyber-attack

[ad_1] Image copyright Eyewire Image caption The software was created to spot and stop malicious cyber-attacks Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Natwest and Ulster Bank customers have been put at risk of cyber-attack after being recommended flawed security software.Since January, the banks' business clients have been offered a product called

Transplant service at ‘breaking point’

[ad_1] Image copyright BSIP/Getty Images "She wanted life to go back to what it was before her kidneys shut down." Scot Radcliffe's wife, Gina Ravens, had been waiting four years on the transplant list for a lifesaving organ. The 62-year-old was receiving dialysis three times a week. Then, in the

Detailed images of baby heart inside the womb

Advertising watchdog rules fake autism ‘cure’ adverts must stop

‘Baby Grady’ gives hope to infertile boys with cancer


Mongolia: A toxic warning to the world

[ad_1] All over the world cities are grappling with apocalyptic air pollution but the small capital of Mongolia is suffering from some of the worst in the world. And the problem is intrinsically linked to climate change. The country has already warmed by 2.2 degrees, forcing thousands of people to

Exoplanet tally set to pass 4,000 mark

Smuggled orangutan seized at Bali airport

Climate change: Unlocking the secrets of glacial microbes


Michael Jackson: Barbra Streisand criticised for abuse comments

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Barbra Streisand is facing criticism for expressing sympathy towards late singer Michael Jackson, who is accused of sexually abusing children.She told the Times she believed allegations made in the documentary Leaving Neverland but said "it didn't kill" the alleged victims."Did you really say that?" the

Mark Lamarr receives apology over discontinued assault case

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Lamarr, pictured in 2014, became famous in the 1990s Comedian and TV presenter Mark Lamarr has received an apology from the Crown Prosecution Service over an assault case that was discontinued last year.The former Never Mind the Buzzcocks host was charged with common

Guilty Feminist: ‘I can’t call Theresa May a feminist’

[ad_1] Politics Live reporter Elizabeth Glinka speaks to Deborah Frances-White.Deborah is the co-creator and star of the hit podcast 'The Guilty Feminist' which has been downloaded 60 million times and is beloved of celebrities like Emma Thompson and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. [ad_2] Source link

Dollar singer David Van Day wins Thurrock by-election

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Van Day took part in ITV's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here in 2008 Singer David Van Day has been elected as a local councillor in a by-election.The former pop star, who rose to fame in the late-1970s as one half

Actress exits musical over anti-gay post

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Seyi Omooba appeared last year in Little Shop of Horrors An actress who said homosexuality was not "right" is no longer part of an upcoming staging of The Color Purple.Seyi Omooba, who had been due to play the lead role of Celie in





The Disney-Fox giant in six charts

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Disney is now the official owner of Rupert Murdoch's former entertainment empire, 21st-First Century Fox.The mammoth $71bn deal - completed on Wednesday - brings the likes of X-Men, The Simpsons and Fantastic Four characters to Disney's already impressive film catalogue which includes Star Wars and

Brexit fears boost British tourism

[ad_1] Uncertainty about Brexit is the biggest single problem facing UK businesses right now. However, for some sectors that uncertainty is proving to be a real benefit. The British tourism industry has seen a surge in business so far this year. Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park in Derbyshire’s Peak District has

Boom or bust: What culture tells us about money

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Over the years, one financial crisis after another has ruined - or profited - those caught in the middle of it. The pay and benefits of UK residents is still being affected by the latest crisis of a decade ago.So when has financial advice eased,