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Hackers have mounted a “brute force” cyber-attack on the Scottish parliament’s computer systems, weeks after a similar attack on email accounts at Westminster.
The founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos briefly overtook Microsoft’s Bill Gates to become the world’s richest person.
It looks likely that France will ban the selling of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040. Should the UK do the same?
Jeremy Corbyn has told a business conference that companies must expect to pay slightly more tax if Labour is in power, arguing that using the money to invest in education would hugely benefit Britain in the long term.
Boris Johnson has suggested he wishes he could tweet like Donald Trump, and praised the way the US president has drawn people into politics.
The US president has attacked the North Korean leader on Twitter over the country’s most recent missile launch. How important is it to report his tweets?
The terrorism legislation watchdog has likened Theresa May’s proposals to punish companies such as Facebook and Google for failing to tackle extremist propaganda to China’s strict regime of internet censorship.
Amazon, the world’s most powerful online retailer, has taken a giant stride into traditional retailing, spending $13.7bn (£10.7bn) to take over organic food chain Whole Foods Market.