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  1. The ride-hailing company lost its license to operate in London in 2017 due to safety issues, but is now fully back in business. Uber scored a victory in the UK on Monday when a judge granted it a new license to operate in London, deeming it "fit and proper." The company has been engaged in a three-year legal battle in the British capital after losing its license in 2017 due to safety concerns. In a ruling issued at Westminster Magistrates' Court, the judge agreed that Uber could be issued a license to operate in London for the next 18 months, after w
  2. Image copyrightALLEN LLOYD Image captionTraffic has reopened after the road was closed this morning A main route between England and Wales was closed after a man climbed a bridge and flew a drone from the top. Traffic was stopped on the M48 - the older of two Severn crossings - because of "concern for welfare," police said. The man, in his 20s, came down voluntarily from the 47m (154ft) bridge tower and was arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance. Highways England said it was deeply concerned and that "a person has put their life at serious risk". "The incide
  3. Sadiq Khan, who is facing pressure following an increase in such crimes this year, said the police response also played a role, and that the rise in murders should also be seen in the context of cuts to policing and public services. The Home Office minister Victoria Atkins denied that police cuts could be blamed, saying a government study had found no apparent connection between police numbers and earlier rises in violent crime. Mr Khan recently launched an initiative based on the public health approach pioneered in Glasgow. But, sp
  4. Football will continue to be a force in the United Kingdom. The NFL on Tuesday confirmed that London will host four regular-season games in 2019 at Wembley Stadium and the new stadium being built for Tottenham Hotspur. The league did not specify which teams will make the trip overseas or when the games will take place. "The games in the past few weeks have once again demonstrated the incredible passion of NFL fans in the UK," NFL executive vice president Mark Waller said in a statement. "The support of our stadium partners, the Mayor o
  5. Negotiations between parties hopes to ease 5G rollout The Mayor of London has published a standard agreement for landlords, public property owners, and mobile operators that will make it easier to deploy mobile infrastructure on rooftops and on buildings to allow for fuller 5G coverage. Mobile operators have long complained about an inconsistent approach, arguing they need access to properties to improve their networks. This is not only important for 4G networks but also 5G. Operators will need to densify their networks using micro-infrastructure such
  6. A couple of years ago London-based startup Zego realised gig-economy workers would need insurance, and went on to raise a very healthy £6 million in Series A funding, led by Balderton Capital. Its first products were pay-as-you-go scooter and car insurance for food delivery workers. The founders of Zego It’s now announced a $42million raise in one of the largest funding rounds for a European insurtech start-up, in a Series B investment was led by pan-European investment firm Target Global, specialists in the fintech and mobility space, with other ba
  7. UK-based marketing firm, Snaptrip, has recently joined the trail of accidental data exposures. Through its unprotected database, Snaptrip exposed customers’ data including explicit personal and payment information. Snaptrip Exposed Customers’ Data Security researcher Bob Diachenko encountered another unsecured MongoDB. The database belonged to a London-based company ‘Snaptrip’ that serves as a ‘last-minute’ cottage deals service. Snaptrip exposed customers’ data from sensitive details through their unprotected database. As disclosed in his bl
  8. Here’s a casualty of the cashless society you might not have previously thought of: the humble street performer. After all, if more of us are paying our way with smartphones and contactless cards, how can we give spare change to musicians on the subway? London has one solution: a new scheme that outfits performers with contactless payment terminals. The project was launched this weekend by the city’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, and is a collaboration with Busk In London (a professional body for buskers) and the Swedish payments firm iZettle (which was bought this month by PayPa
  9. Woman, 61, dies in hospital in north of capital after being admitted with head injuries A 95-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering his carer after a woman died in hospital, police have said. The Metropolitan police said they believed the 61-year-old woman’s injuries were sustained at a residential address in Islington, north London, where she was working as a carer. The London ambulance service was called to the property at 4.15am on Thursday and sent two crews, a spokesman said. “We treated one person at the scene and took the
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