Column: Remote work is here to stay. Here’s how to make it work

The kids? The kids are alright. But they’re young and unsuspecting of the rather dark side of the digital economy built by us. They will leave more of their footprints online. The cameras will be on more than ever before. The emails, instant messages, and even whispers in your drawing room will be read, heard, […]

Tuesday briefing: Brexit talks head for bitter end

There are concerns the government appears poised to renege on parts of the withdrawal agreement, with legislation to be published on Wednesday that would leave customs checks on goods crossing the Irish Sea at the UK’s discretion – rebutting terms that are meant to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland, and setting […]

Wednesday briefing: England under rule of six

Sport Gareth Southgate said that Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have to regain his trust before he considers calling them up for England again after the pair missed a dire goalless draw against Denmark. In Stockholm, Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo rattled home a superb first-half free kick against Sweden for his 100th international goal – and […]

Friday briefing: Rio Tinto CEO quits after cave furore

Sacoolas drove on wrong side – Lawyers for Anne Sacoolas have said the American “instinctively” drove on the “wrong side of the road for 20 seconds” before the fatal crash in which Harry Dunn was killed. The 43-year-old has issued a public statement saying she flagged down help, called for police and stayed to help […]

Katy couple’s Buc-ee’s photo shoot brings love, Beaver Nuggets together

Several other locations turned them down before they arrived at Katy’s massive Buc-ee’s location. The staff at the gas station accommodated the trio with enthusiasm, even offering to shine up the kolache case, Boyd said.

Happiest Minds: An IPO that flew under the radar in startup land

“This is my fourth innings, and it should be the final legacy I hope to create,” he told me one day about in 2011. Clearly, with the public listing of Happiest Minds, he has cemented his legacy as one of the finest founders India has ever had; defied the ageist notion that entrepreneurship is a […]

Alice Rawsthorn’s cultural highlights

Ore Streams is an ongoing research project by the Italian designers Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Studio Formafantasma into a major design challenge – how to ensure that the millions of digital products bought each year will be disposed of and recycled responsibly. They began by mapping the gigantic, often global illicit trade in […]

The Apprentice star Jessica Cunningham talks telling daughters of their dad’s suicide

Jessica, who appeared on the ITV daytime show alongside Jeff Brazier, told the panel: “The day it happened, he was supposed to pick the girls up in the morning to have them for the week as it was the summer holiday. It’s funny as when you hear words like that your whole world just stops […]

UK Spy Agency GCHQ Officially Joins Twitter to Talk More About Itself

Edward Snowden, currently residing in Russia, himself joined Twitter in September 2015 with a dig at former employers, the NSA, in his first tweet —  “Can you hear me now?” —  gaining an astonishing 25,000 retweets in under an hour.

This Morning’s Andrew Neil unleashes furious rant at people criticising Adele over ‘cultural appropriation’

One follower wrote “Unfollowing tonight. Please note that I’m from London. While it may appear cute to some, to show this type of appreciation, it’s not.”