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Milo Noblet

Digital Journalist based in Wirral, United Kingdom. Joined on Sep 26, 2011

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UK Defamation Bill poses threat to freedom of speech

A new law to tackle people who publish offensive messages online would have a ‘chilling effect’ on free speech, the Joint Committee on Human Rights has warned the British Government.

British Chancellor tries to sit in 1st class with standard ticket

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne was forced to pay £160 to upgrade his train ticket after he sat in a first class carriage with a standard class ticket.

Police arrest teen who abused Team GB diver Tom Daley on Twitter

Dorset Police say they have arrested a teenager after the Twitter user @Rileyy_69 accused Team GB diver Tom Daley of letting down his father, who had recently passed away. The teen also threatened to drown Daley in a swimming pool.

Photo essay: UK celebrates Queen's Diamond Jubilee Special

Haslemere - Thousands of street parties and parades are being held across Britain over the four-day weekend to celebrate 60 year's of the Queen's reign.

Socialist Hollande beats Sarkozy in French Election

Francois Hollande, a French socialist, has won the French presidency with a clear victory in the recent election, gaining an estimated 52% of votes.

UK Government announces plans to monitor digital communication

The UK Government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, text messages and web habits of every person in the UK under new legislation set to be announced soon.

O2 UK leaks 3G users' numbers to every website visited

O2 UK is handing out its customers' mobile telephone numbers like free sweets to every website they visit on their phones.

UK's 'dull' computer teaching to be revamped

The current information and communications technology curriculum in England's schools is a "mess" and must be radically revamped, education secretary Michael Gove has announced.

Britons concerned about immigration

According to a poll, British people embrace the cultural changes from immigration, but are anxious as they believe it's had a negative effect on jobs, schools, hospitals and social housing.

Google opening new data centre in Dublin

Internet giant Google has invested in a new data centre in Dublin, Ireland to help it meet the massive demand for storage from cloud computing servivces

Nokia to cut another 3,500 jobs

The Finnish telephone manufacturer Nokia is to cut another 3,500 jobs as part of its ongoing billion-euro cost-cutting plan.

Google to open London 'innovation centre'

London - Google is to open a multi-million pound innovation centre in London, UK, as part of the Goverment's plan to create a "Tech City" in the capital.

Amazon Kindles the Tablet Fire

Online retail giant Amazon is entering the tablet market with the launch of the Kindle Fire. The new tablet is smaller than Apple's iPad but comes at a price point that some believe will make it the king of the Android tablet space.
 

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