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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Globalisation: Where on the elephant are you?

As global income distribution has shifted in the two decades up to 2008, the BBC's Andrew Walker looks at one economist's graph that sets out to explain it all - and explains why it's called the "elephant graph". Source: BBC

One director’s mission to change the film industry

Georgia Parris, a film director based in London, speaks to the BBC about the challenges facing women in the film industry and what she’s doing to turn the situation around. Source: BBC

The bombing of Aleppo’s children

Nearly 100 children in rebel-held Aleppo have been killed in the past week by Russian and Syrian airstrikes. Source: BBC

Which report: UK ‘lags behind’ London on 4G coverage

A Which report into the state of UK broadband finds that the rest of the UK is lagging behind London when it comes to accessing 4G data services. Source: BBC

Low paid ‘miss out on flexible working’

The less you earn, the less likely you are to work flexibly, new research suggests. Source: BBC

Cardiff City: Neil Warnock to be named manager after Paul Trollope sacking

Cardiff City are set to appoint former Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock as manager following Paul Trollope's sacking. Source: BBC

US election: Kaine and Pence square off in vice-presidential debate

Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence and his Democratic counterpart Tim Kaine face off in their only debate of the election. Source: BBC

Jockeys urged to avoid High Street banks by PJA after frauds

Jockeys in the UK are advised to move their money out of High Street banks, after a string of frauds dating back more than two years. Source: BBC

Deadly Hurricane Matthew makes landfall in Haiti

Storm appears likely to graze but devastate parts of Haiti and Cuba; Florida residents told to gather 3 days of food and water

Danny Rose agrees with England being ‘laughing stock’ after Sam Allardyce exit

Danny Rose says Alan Shearer was right to call England a "laughing stock" following Sam Allardyce's departure as manager. Source: BBC

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