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Back Market, the first marketplace dedicated to refurbished electronics, is pursuing its international expansion strategy, launching in the UK to tackle the pressing issue of e-waste.

BBC Radio London is making some changes to its late night, early morning and Sunday line-up.

The charity wants to give the helpline maximum exposure by broadcasting it across TV, outdoor and social media.

The UK is hoping to raise £500m through a tax on digital services despite opposition from the US government and some British businesses.

Goodlord appears to have bounced back after it fell into difficulty two years ago.

British police used live facial recognition to scan 8,600 people's faces without consent at Oxford Circus.

London-based digital experience agency JBi has been appointed by Thomas’s London Day Schools for the redesign and redevelopment of the latter's rebranded website.

Last year, reports suggested a new range of streams will be launched in 2020 including BBC Radio 80s and BBC Radio 1 Dance.

Following the supermarket giant's first cashless store in Hertfordshire, Tesco has now opened the same service in central London.

AND Digital has secured an £11m equity investment from BGF to support its continued growth and global expansion.

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