Less than a month after GDPR came into force, Dixons Carphone has announced that it has been subject to a massive data breach that has compromised a wealth of customer data, include some payment details of 5.9 million customers.
Commercial drone use is well on its way to becoming commonplace, transforming lives with applications in infrastructure, agriculture, medicine, delivery and many other fields.
Amman, Jordan, witnessed mass protests for the fourth day running on Sunday as several thousand Jordanians took to the streets to oppose planned tax increases and cuts in subsidies on fuel and electricity.
Italy’s next prime minister Giuseppe Conte hasn’t even been confirmed by the country’s parliament yet and he’s already making headlines — for all the wrong reasons.
When Obama was in the White House it would be no surprise to hear that staff members composed his tweets.
Ireland’s electorate will hit the polling booths tomorrow to vote on granting policy makers the ability to legalise abortion in certain cases.
Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro won re-election on Sunday, ushering in another six-year term for the controversial leader, and yet more uncertainty over the country’s future.
The European Union’s GDPR — formally known as General Data Protection Regulation — comes into effect this Friday and will be the biggest update to data protection laws in decades.
Spain has extended direct rule over Catalonia after yesterday recognising the powers of newly elected Catalan leader Quim Torra but objecting to his choice of councillors.
Little-known university professor Giuseppe Conte is widely expected to be named Italy’s new Prime Minister, breaking the political deadlock that has brought the country’s government to a standstill over the last few weeks.
Nicolas Maduro has declared victory in a controversial Venezuela election last night, winning another six years in office.
Italy’s populist parties are on the verge of signing a government deal.
Earlier this month, Argentina’s Central Bank raised the country’s interest rate by 675 basis points to 40%.
US President Donald Trump has warned Kim Jong-un that if he doesn’t do a deal to surrender North Korea’s nuclear weapons, he could eventually suffer the same fate as Muammar Gaddafi through a so-called Libyan model.
The government will reduce the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) from £100 to £2 under new rules unveiled today.
Royal Mail has warned European Union data protection regulation General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into affect later this month, will mean people in the UK send fewer letters.
Rail services on Britain’s East Coast Main Line are returning to state ownership.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is discussing the first draft of the 2018 budget in front of lawmakers in the German parliament (Bundestag) today.
North Korea is threatening to pull out of the historic summit between its leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump if the US insists the regime abandons its nuclear weapons.
A report by British lawmakers into the construction and outsourcing giant Carillion collapse has suggested the big four accountancy firms — KPMG, PwC, Deloitte and EY — should be broken up.
The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a controversial new tax last night to charge the city’s largest business per worker in order to tackle homelessness and a housing crisis.
Jubilation erupted in the streets of Baghdad yesterday as news broke that Shia cleric, Moqtada al-Sadr’s party was on course for victory in Iraq’s general election.
Italian markets showed no signs of jitters as coalition talks by Eurosceptic parties to form a government in Italy took shape on Sunday.
The UK is expected to announce fresh funding for its nuclear submarine programme today, with a combined £2.5 billion ($3.3 billion) spent over across two projects.
The Russian aluminium giant Rusal share price has taken another nosedive today after the company warned fresh US sanctions could hurt business.
As the Iraqi election polls open tomorrow, the future of the country hangs in the balance.
In the 15 months since Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States, his net approval rating has been the worst in history.
US President Donald Trump has confirmed that his historic meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un will take place in Singapore on 12 June.
In a sensational win, veteran politician Mahathir Mohamad has sailed to victory in the Malaysian election, becoming the world’s oldest elected leader.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has secured the release of three Americans who had been in North Korean jail, US President Donald Trump has announced, ahead of a historic US-North Korea summit.