The UK government has released a draft agreement regarding the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union along with a joint statement and outline of a political declaration on the future relationship between the UK and the EU.
It’s World Diabetes Day, a day that was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) due to growing concerns about the increasing health threats posed by the disease.
The start of November marks the beginning of Movember, a month set aside by The Movember Foundation to raise awareness of some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide.
It’s World Stroke Day, the day set aside by the World Stroke Organization (WSO) to raise awareness about stroke and its symptoms.
It’s World Menopause Day, the main day during World Menopause Month which is set aside to focus on raising awareness of menopausal symptoms.
With plastic pollution becoming a pressing environmental catastrophe, the John Lewis Partnership called on entrepreneurs and anti-plastic start-ups to pitch ideas to reduce plastic waste.
Google has turned 20 years old and as part of the ongoing celebrations this month, the tech giant has announced numerous updates to Google Search.
Most people travel to tourist attractions to witness and experience famous places with their own eyes, but as more attractions begin to offer virtual reality experiences, is VR enhancing the tourist experience or detaching us from our surroundings?
Fashion brands often cause controversy with the choice of models in their latest campaigns, but when French fashion house Balmain came under fire recently for the brands autumn 2018 collection, it wasn’t because their models were too thin or too fat but because they are not real people.
Gin sales in the UK have surged by 38% over the last 12 months according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association as the gin trend continues.
At the start of the year, the UK Office for National Statistics reported that cybercrime against businesses had climbed by 63% in 2017.
Around 90% of European companies expect their IT budgets to grow or remain the same during 2019, with the largest factor for upgrading being outdated infrastructure.
On 12 September, the European Parliament will vote on a new EU Copyright Directive, which aims to update the 17-year-old copyright regulations of all the current EU member states.
Beauty is big business with the global cosmetics products market expected to reach a value of $806bn by 2023, according to a report by Orbis Research.
UK national security threats have increased in scale, diversity and complexity, yet a recent investigation by the National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the failure of the UK’s security vetting provider to process applications on time could affect the government’s ability to respond to such events.
The financial year of 2017/18 saw the highest number of organs ever donated in the UK.
As the demand for new technologies in the medical field continues to grow, so too does the number of ambitious startups looking to fill gaps in the market and provide new solutions to persistent health issues.