Вторник, Июнь 19, 2018

Politics

Front Bench: Theresa May is stuck in a Brexit loop and it’s leaving the Government rudderless

Leave voters would rather lose Northern Ireland than give up the benefits of Brexit

Cannabis should be legalised says Lord Hague

Mobile coffee vans and meeting in men’s sheds: ministers launch £20m fund for ideas to tackle loneliness

Finance

McCarthy & Stone shares slump as it warns on profits

Shares in retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone tumbled after it warned profits would slump this year because of economic uncertainty and weaker property prices and that its chief executive would retire in August.    Clive Fenton said he was stepping down as the company embarked on “a new strategy to carry it safely through the […]

Markets slide as Trump threatens China with $200bn of new tariffs — business live

Roche agrees to pay $2.4 billion to buy the rest of Foundation Medicine

Debenhams warns on profits for third time this year

Debenhams in new profit alert amid tough trading

Trump Readies More Tariffs for China

Auto

Hyundai Nexo review – driving the next-generation hydrogen fuel cell SUV in Britain for the first time

The Nexo’s unexpected early arrival in the UK followed by its equally unexpected presence at an event in Knightsbridge gave the Daily Telegraph a brief opportunity to test it on British roads for the very first time. We’ve already driven it in Korea but wanted to see how it fared on less forgiving streets ahead of its […]

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2018: jet packs and robotic barmen to delight Future Lab attendees 

Silverstone Classic 2018: America’s endurance icons and 50 years of the Ferrari Daytona 

‘Hydrogen is the future of decarbonised mobility’ – fuel cell endurance cars confirmed for Le Mans

Pro cyclist wins £10,048 on a Brompton at the World Cycling Revival

The greatest race in the world: what makes the 24 Hours of Le Mans so magical?

Technology

All global currencies will become cryptocurrencies, Circle CEO says

Japanese e-commerce company Mercari surges more than 70% in Tokyo debut

White House Issues Strategies to Combat Growing Orbital Debris Risks

Shares of China’s ZTE sink 23% after US Senate targets company in new bill

Sport

World Cup 2018: Tunisia 1-2 England – as it happened

Let’s wrap it up here. England have won their opening game at the World Cup! They’ve beaten Tunisia! They’re going to win the World Cup! Thanks for reading and emailing tonight. There’ll be more football tomorrow. Isn’t that a marvellous thought? Bye! Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) If you didn’t celebrate like @GaryLineker are you […]

USA legend Landon Donovan defends advert supporting Mexico at World Cup

World Cup 2018: Belgium v Panama – live!

Argentina draw becomes most-watched Iceland sporting TV event in history

Lack of expectation leaves Socceroos free to write their own slice of history | Richard Parkin

Liam Plunkett finds satisfaction with England before ODI against Australia | Vic Marks

Fashion

The high price of New Look’s low-cost strategy | Lucy Siegle

The refrain coming from the “fast fashion” retailer New Look reminds me of that Chumbawamba song from the 1990s. They get knocked down but they get up again (repeat ad infinitum). The brand has gone into a form of insolvency called a company voluntary arrangement (CVA), shuttering 60 stores and losing 980 staff. Its leadership […]

‘Plastic is not cool’ – is fashion finally cleaning up its act?

In April, at a Net-a-Porter event where the online retailer’s trends for this autumn were presented, one of the most popular accessories was not a leather handbag by Gucci or a leopard-print, high-vamp shoe, but the black Net-a-Porter.com-branded “keep” cups that the coffee was served in. At least one fashion editor was witnessed shouldering her […]

Wearing glasses may really mean you’re smarter, major study finds

Met Gala 2018: five things we learned from the red carpet

An American woman wearing a Chinese dress is not cultural appropriation | Anna Chen

Jacques Vert and Windsmoor owner in administration putting 1,000 jobs at risk