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Lenovo has announced Lenovo TruScale for Edge and AI services, and a new server, the ThinkEdge SE455 V3, to support intensive remote AI workloads. Lenovo TruScale for Edge and AI kicks TruScale’s … more
Conference fails to approve procedural motion to take up defense spending bill as government shutdown loomsThe House Republican speaker, Kevin McCarthy, was dealt his second humiliating defeat of the … more
Incident allegedly happened in 2008 and comedian is understood to have laughed about it on radio show The BBC is investigating a claim that Russell Brand flashed a woman before laughing about it on … more
Ballon d’Or winner upbeat over new agreement with Spanish FAFederation has sacked secretary-general and pledged reformDecades of “systemic discrimination” have long forced Spain’s female … more
Jimmy ‘Barbecue’ Chérizier issued call to arms as US looks to UN to approve Kenya-led mission to stem country’s growing violenceThe most severe humanitarian crisis in the Americas has taken … more
With the First Minister jetting in and out of New York to frown about climate change, Shona Robison was left in charge at FMQs. more
Keir Starmer’s administration will be the “first private sector government in Labour’s history,” a former leader of the Scottish party has said. more
The Scottish Government may have to delay its new climate change plan as ministers wrestle with “significant concerns” over the SNP’s strategy caused by Rishi Sunak’s policy U-turn. more
The proposed safe drugs consumption facility in Glasgow – which would be the first in Scotland – would be based in the city’s Hunter Street, plans state. more
Media mogul told staff he was leaving after seven decades and ‘take on different roles’Full report: Rupert Murdoch to quit as Fox and News Corp chairAngelo Carusone, president and CEO of the … more
THE woman at the centre of one of the SNP’s most famous scandals is attempting to replace her lover-turned-husband as an MP. more
Climate Change Committee head says ‘we’ve moved backwards’ after PM defends decision to delay ban on selling new petrol and diesel carsRobinson quotes from Sunak’s resignation letter as … more
Failed vote to advance defense bill is an ominous sign for the separate effort to fund the government beyond 30 SeptemberThe rule to begin debate on the defense department funding bill is currently … more
Support staff are set to walk out from Tuesday September 26. more
Europa League updates from 5.45pm BST and 8pm matchesLive scoreboard | Send your thoughts to Stuart by emailGreetings, and welcome to this season’s full-throated return of Thursday Europa League … more
Republicans propose stopgap funding bill that does not include money for Ukraine as both parties signal concerns over supportVolodymyr Zelenskiy is finding his latest visit to Washington a much … more
Retailer Next has raised its full-year profit guidance for the third time in four months after sales rose by 5.4% to £2.5bn in the first half more
Documentarian Dawn Porter’s expansive new series Deadlocked looks back at the history of an institution that has shaped the US for better and, more recently, worseWhen Dawn Porter studied law at … more
The publication of the first results from the 2022 Census by the National Records of Scotland opens a new chapter in the story of Scotland’s population, stretching back to the first census in 1801. more
SNP MP’s report calls for House of Lords to be abolished more
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