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Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021

22 October 2018 - 4:48am
The taxi firm is pitting itself against rival Uber in a race to offer self-driving car services.

In pictures: The bookshops of Scotland

22 October 2018 - 4:18am
Photographer Celeste Noche's pictures of bookshops and libraries in Scotland.

Australia sexual abuse: National apology delivered to victims

22 October 2018 - 2:29am
The national apology is for tens of thousands of children who were sexually abused over decades.

We have FOMOMG - do you?

22 October 2018 - 2:24am
Three people tell us what it's like to experience the "Fear Of Missing Out [on] My Goals".

Kenyan crypto-currency pioneer: 'I make my money from Bitcoin and tasty roast meat'

22 October 2018 - 2:22am
The rural eatery where you can buy a traditional favourite with the most modern of currencies.

Who will help rebuild the city of Raqqa?

22 October 2018 - 2:20am
A year after its recapture from Islamic State forces, the Syrian city remains largely ruined.

Five things to know for the week ahead

22 October 2018 - 2:12am
Your Monday briefing on the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.

Star duo bring Laurel and Hardy to a new generation

22 October 2018 - 2:03am
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly play the comedy duo in Stan & Ollie.

UK urged to take back Islamic State 'foreign fighters'

22 October 2018 - 1:42am
US General Patrick Roberson also urged the UK to repatriate two Londoners dubbed the "IS Beatles".

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: 'We all breathe misogyny'

22 October 2018 - 1:16am
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks about her family, Africa, misogyny and the adaptation of Americanah.

Will the next K-pop star be from the Bronx?

22 October 2018 - 1:10am
A training centre in New York City is teaching hopefuls on how to break into K-pop.

Government to examine university grade inflation

22 October 2018 - 1:08am
A new rating system will consider how students are graded, as the number of first-class degrees soars.

Infected blood victims' support payments 'must increase'

22 October 2018 - 12:55am
Victims of the NHS scandal have written to the health secretary asking for an immediate increase in support.

'Super-sized' mice threaten seabird colonies with extinction

22 October 2018 - 12:45am
Overgrown mice are killing millions of chicks on the remote Gough Island in the South Atlantic.

Midterms: Is Russia still meddling in US politics?

22 October 2018 - 12:25am
How credible are clams that candidates are being hacked in the run-up to the US mid-term elections?

Meet the artist whose brain makes him paint all night

22 October 2018 - 12:15am
Wayne Sheppard had never painted until he had seizure two years ago. Now he can't stop.

'The market dictates the product we sell'

22 October 2018 - 12:14am
Whatever product you design, your customers will dictate what sells, says GoPro boss Nick Woodman

Could big-game fishing return to the UK?

22 October 2018 - 12:13am
Huge bluefin tuna are being caught again in British waters - but can they be fished sustainably?

'I battled giant tuna for four hours and let it go'

22 October 2018 - 12:13am
A Guernsey angler reels in an endangered Atlantic bluefin tuna.

The £1.3bn finance firm that was conceived in a pub

22 October 2018 - 12:09am
After Samir Desai told two friends his idea for a business over a few pints, the three of them went on to establish lending firm Funding Circle.

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