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London-based insuretech platform Instanda has secured $19.5m in Series A funding.

The company also recently hired James Hodson, former Head of AI at Bloomberg, as Chief Science Officer.

Imperial's strong recent performance has seen their number of startups more than double in the last five years, attracting approximately £800m of new investment.

Rest Less, a social enterprise startup offering jobs, volunteering and guidance for the over 50s, has raised £3 million in seed funding.

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.

A cyber attack that affected more than 150,000 personal accounts has meant Boots suspending the use of payments with Advantage Points across the country.

A survey of more than 300 IT decisionmakers across Europe has found that 98% of all expenditure on voice communication services in large companies is spent on cloud-based services.

Influencer marketing platform Takumi has partnered with More Media Sales to expand its influence in media communities in the North.

John Lewis has pledged to invest "significantly" in Waitrose.com as it unveiled a dip in profits for the third year in a row.

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