Ministers are ready to approve the swift development of a fleet of “mini” reactors to help guard against electricity shortages, as older nuclear power stations are decommissioned. The new technology is expected to offer energy a third cheaper than giant conventional reactors such as the ongoing Hinkley Point in Somerset.
Google will launch a fightback against Brussels this week when the company lodges an appeal against its record monopoly abuse fine. The internet giant is expected to file the response to the European Commission’s €2.4bn (£2.2bn) penalty on Monday, the deadline for submitting an appeal. Google, which is facing further multi-billion
Chelsea have ordered their own fans to stop singing an anti-Semitic song about record signing Alvaro Morata after the striker scored his third goal for the club. A section of the travelling supporters at the King Power Stadium sang ‘Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid, he hates the ****ing
Arise in the cost of overseas holidays is likely to constrain consumer spending in pubs according to the boss of one of the UK’s biggest chains. Rooney Anand, the chief executive of Greene King, said discussions it had undertaken directly with customers as well as its managers suggested consumers
Dell has done it all over again. The latest and greatest Dell XPS 13 recently arrived, and it’s the best laptop in the world. This time coming equipped with the latest, 7th generation (Kaby Lake) Intel processors behind that same eye-dropping display and punchy keyboard we’ve come to enjoy typing on –
Thirteen inches. Arguably, it’s the perfect size for a laptop screen. Not too big nor too small, the best 13-inch laptop will sidestep the flimsiness and squint-inducing terror of a smaller notebook, absent the need to intimidate with a gargantuan form factor. They’re not all Windows laptops either; Apple