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

Nothing online can be 100 percent secure. But as Luis Corron, the technical director of PandaLabs points out, as adults we can help secure their digital life as best as we can. Corron suggests setting up parental controls on devices, web browsers, and all apps that children access. He also recommends using anti-virus software; reviewing the […]

Tuesday briefing: Brexit talks head for bitter end

Sport Serena Williams played her best match of the year so far, beating Maria Sakkari 6-3, 6-7 (6), 6-3 in two-and-a-half hours at the US Open to reach her 53rd career grand slam quarter-final. In the men’s draw, second seed Dominic Thiem edged a first-set tiebreak before turning up the heat in a resounding 7-6, […]

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

Row rages over internal markets – A rift has emerged between the government’s top legal advisers over the legislation to override the EU withdrawal agreement. Their advice, seen by the Guardian, appears to show that Richard Keen, the advocate general for Scotland, advised ministers would be breaching the ministerial code if they defied international law. […]

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

In an interview, Albert Hieronimus, then chairman at MindTree, was quoted as being critical of Mr Soota’s resignation. When I asked Mr. Soota about that, he responded, “Albert often used to say that I hope my ‘German English’ is not being misunderstood. I feel this is what must have happened. I somehow cannot visualize him […]

Alice Rawsthorn’s cultural highlights

As we lived near Wigan in my mid-teens, I spent most school lunch breaks practising northern soul dance steps in the cloakroom. I’ve loved northern soul ever since and despite tough competition from the esoteric tracks that friends have unearthed over the years, my favourite is still one of the most popular anthems, Dobie Gray’s Out […]

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

The reality TV star added: “My eldest, she was a real daddy’s girl, and it’s just not something you think you are going to have to deal with. “They saw him every other weekend, and Poppy adored her dad. She was the last one to wake up in the morning and as soon as I […]

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

GCHQ was welcomed to Twitter by its American counterpart, the CIA, which joined Twitter with a more self-aware and snarky tweet back in June 2014. Yet an attempted touch of humor didn’t provide immunity from the online backlash.

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.”