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Hot Off The Wires - 19th November 2020


  • Boris Johnson is pursuing ambitions of a “green industrial revolution” to create or maintain hundreds of thousands of jobs while driving Britain towards its target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

  • Seven out of 10 UK pubs and restaurants fear they will become financially unviable and forced to close next year as a result of damaging Covid-19 restrictions, a new poll has revealed.

  • Apple is to halve the fees it charges small software developers for using its App Store in an apparent attempt to head off looming prosecutions in Europe and the US.

  • The world’s biggest offshore wind farm is set to get the go-ahead from SSE as part of the energy group’s plans to treble its renewable electricity output in the next decade.

  • The Boeing 737 Max airliner was cleared to fly again yesterday, 20 months after two disasters that exposed lethal design flaws, poor management and oversight failures by the American aviation regulator.



Which modern form of men's clothing in the early 19th century was banned in Russia by Tsar Alexander the first?

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