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Eat out to help out UK scheme: what it is and why does it matter?

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Microsoft confirms it is in talks with Trump about buying TikTok in the US by September

Following Trump’s statement on Friday 31 July announcing that he planned to ban TikTok from operating in the US, Microsoft confirmed in a blog post on Sunday that it is in talks to purchase TikTok.

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Ghislaine Maxwell documents just released including Jeffrey Epstein emails

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Madonna gets flagged on Instagram for spreading misinformation about coronavirus

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