Road congestion cost the UK economy nearly £8 billion last year, according to new analysis.
Traffic jams costing British drivers £1,317 per year
A London-based venture capital firm that uses artificial intelligence to find promising startups across Europe said on Tuesday it had raised €53 million (£46.6 million) for its biggest fund to date.
Venture capital firm uses AI to seek out startups across Europe
NASA's Johnson Space Center invited Russian scientists to jointly develop a system of forecasting radiation hazards during solar flares to protect crew of US space agency’s prospective lunar-orbit space station Gateway, Mikhail Panasyuk, the head of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, said.
Researcher: US space agency invited Russia to develop radiation alert system
Psychiatrists are treating teenagers for gaming addiction including some who are adjusting their body clocks to play against people in different time-zones.
Irish psychiatrists treating children for 'gaming disorder'
British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to speak to every European Union leader and the European Commission chief to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement, days after another defeat from her own lawmakers and as businesses brace for a no-deal Brexit on March 29.
May to speak to every EU head in bid for Brexit deal changes
GPs in the UK are giving too many older people antidepressants when they are struggling with depression, and should prescribe talking therapies far more often, according to a new research.
Too many older British people given 'antidepressants instead of therapy'
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appointed George Katrougalos on Friday as foreign minister, relinquishing a post he had temporarily filled himself after the departure of Nikos Kotzias in October 2018, the government’s spokesman said on Friday.
Greek PM hands over Foreign Ministry in mini-reshuffle of cabinet
Many black pupils in England are having their education dumbed down after being wrongly identified as having one of a range special needs, a study said.
Black pupils' schooling ‘dumbed down’ in England ‘over special needs’
Deaf children in England are falling behind their classmates from primary school through to General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) — an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in the UK — analysis by the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS) showed.
Deaf children in England fall behind at school, says charity
Record numbers of burned-out staff of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) are quitting because they are fed up with spending too much time at work and not enough with their families, new research revealed.
Long hours driving record numbers of UK’s NHS staff to quit

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