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Yesterday's briefing by Prime Minister Boris Johnson that made recommendations for people to avoid "non-essential contact" due to the coronavirus - without any formal bans - has been criticised by the CEO of the Creative Industries Federation and Creative England.

Startups from across Europe are part of a call to arms from the European Commission which is looking for SMEs with technologies that can help in the treatment, testing, and monitoring of the coronavirus spreading worldwide.

The BBC has delayed the planned TV licence fee changes for over-75s until August in light of the coronavirus situation.

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

Amazon has removed “tens of thousands” of listings but many products are reappearing soon after deletion.

The update is part of the eCommerce giant's bid to modernize its marketplace and streamline the customer experience.

This year, Pope Francis has urged thousands of gathered worshippers in Vatican City to absolve themselves of trolling this Lent, the season when Christians choose to go without.

The Guardian is hoping to target new readers for its global magazine Guardian Weekly, with a series of street placements around Berlin, powered by OLIVER.

N26, a German challenger bank, is closing accounts for UK customers on 15 April, blaming the Brexit withdrawal process.

Global investors The Carlyle Group have completed their investment in international agency Dept, taking a majority stake.


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