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Tech company announced plans to microchip employees

Tech company announced plans to microchip employees

A tech company in the US is becoming one of the first in the world to microchip its employees, it has been revealed. The chips will enable staff members to pay for food and drink in the company’s break room, open doors, login to computers and use the photocopier. Three Square Market, which designs software for break rooms, said that[Read More...]

Pope Francis

Pope Francis calls for ‘One World Government’ to fight climate change

Pope Francis has called for a one world government to help combat issues such as “climate change”. In his encyclical, he urged world-leaders to put aside politics and form a new system of global government. As part of his 192 page missive, Pope Francis said: “Recent world summits on the environment have failed to live up to expectations because, due[Read More...]

Bankers face fraud charges

Bankers face fraud charges

Barclays bank, along with several high profile bankers have been arrested on fraud charges. John Varley, the former boss of Barclays faces a maximum 22 year prison sentence after he and three other ex-directors of the lender became the first British bankers to face penalties for actions taken during the financial crisis. The arrest comes after an investigation by the[Read More...]

Grenfell Tower block: The Great Fire of London Revisited

Grenfell Tower block: The Great Fire of London Revisited

Fire Brigade checked Grenfell Tower block days before the blaze broke out More than 30 people have been confirmed dead in a blaze that ripped through a West London tower block shortly before 1am on June 14th. Many more are reported as missing, and survivors say they only escaped after hearing neighbours banging on their door. More than 500 people[Read More...]

Man convicted over Facebook like

Man convicted over Facebook like

A court has convicted a man for merely ‘liking’ a Facebook post, it has been reported. In the first case of its kind in Switzerland, the 45-year-old unnamed defendant from Zurich was found guilty after he ‘liked’ several posts on Facebook accusing Erwin Kessler, the president of an animal rights group, of racism and anti-Semitism. A discussion over which animal[Read More...]