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Up and down the UK, moderators are grappling with an upsurge in political debate.
Jeremy Corbyn claimed the papers proved "the NHS is for sale" when he highlighted them at a press conference.
Specially designed tech is allowing Adam, who has Down's syndrome, to live without in-home carers.
The use 21 separate electronic record systems in NHS hospitals across England 'could lead to errors'.
It wants to electrify England's buses by 2030, but the Tories say Labour would "scrap vital new roads".
The telecoms giant has agreed to pay to resolve bribery allegations, the US justice department says.
Tesla's founder did not defame a UK caver who helped in the Thai cave rescue, a US jury finds.
A four-month internet blackout in the region means accounts are classed as inactive and shut down.
The company, which has not been named by authorities, has been fined 700,000 yuan (£75,800).
The figures come as the ride-hailing company is under intense pressure globally over safety issues.
BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best technology stories of the week.
The BBC's technology correspondent shares how he manages Parkinson's in the workplace.
A revolution in the way vaccines are developed is raising hopes of faster protection from deadly infections.
They allegedly stole billions worldwide and conducted work for a Russian intelligence agency.
A study by a Beijing-based body indicates many are worried about their biometric data being hacked.
The man behind controversial Streams app is to join Google to develop AI solutions.
Stormzy's Vossi Bop topped the charts in the UK, but Latin Pop ruled around the world.
A firm that helps Goldman Sachs and Uber find flaws in their code has its own defences hacked.
The Home Office is deploying remotely-piloted aircraft to search the English Channel.
The phone maker denies any privacy flaw despite evidence locations are tracked even if set otherwise.