Glasgow

Glasgow

City in Scotland; unitary authority

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Justin Rowlatt
September 23, 2020
BBC News
Boris Johnson will urge leaders to "look ahead to how we will rebuild" after the global pandemic.
Harry Yorke
September 2, 2020
The Telegraph
People in Greater Manchester, east Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire are banned from meeting different households indoors
August 5, 2020
WebWire
, , , , • Almost 1 million homes across Glasgow, Leeds and Bradford can now benefit from Gig1 offering average download speeds of 1,140Mbps, , • A quarter of premises (3.6 million) passed by Virgin Media's network now have access to next-generation connectivity as the company remains on track to roll-out gigabit speeds to its entire network - more than half of the UK - by the end of 2021., , • Virgin Media has now connected a number of UK cities to gigabit broadband including Southampton, Manches...
July 9, 2020
WebWire
BT's main Glasgow office is set for a multi-million-pound refurbishment as the city was revealed as a key location in the company's future plans. The office on the Clydeside, first opened in 2001, will undergo a major refurbishment to modernise it and create a fantastic workplace for hundreds of colleagues. It's expected that hundreds more colleagues from across BT Group, which includes UK digital network business Openreach, will move into the building over the next few years. The compan...
June 26, 2020
The Indian Express
Police Scotland have yet to confirm the details and nature of the incident as a heavy police and ambulance presence remains in the city centre of Glasgow on West George Street.
Sky
June 24, 2020
Sky News
Researchers at the University of Glasgow have performed an experiment expending negative energy, and thus gaining positive energy.
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
May 29, 2020
Mail Online
Minority ethnic groups in England have a bigger risk of testing positive for Covid-19, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Glasgow.
Fiona Harvey environment correspondent
May 26, 2020
the Guardian
Smoke rises from the British Steel Scunthorpe plant in Lincolnshire. Current pledges on emissions cuts would take the world far beyond the 2C limit set in the 2015 Paris accord. Photograph: Lindsey Parnaby/AFP/Getty
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
May 11, 2020
Mail Online
A new wearable device that's powered by human sweat instead of electrolytes in batteries could help reduce harmful e-waste.
Jean Chemnick
April 2, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Jillian Ambrose Energy correspondent
April 1, 2020
the Guardian
Mark Carney, the ex-Bank of England governor and now Cop26 finance adviser to the prime minister, launches the private finance agenda for the talks in London. Photograph: WPA/Getty
February 11, 2020
WebWire
, , , , • BT became one of the first UK providers to launch 5G plans for its BT Halo customers last November, and now all customers can enjoy BT's superfast 5G speeds , , • BT's next generation 5G service is available in 50 cities and large towns across the UK , , • BT's 5G plans are available with a choice of 5G smartphones from brands such as Samsung, OnePlus and Huawei , , , , , , BT announced it is making its 5G plans available for all customers. BT was one of the first UK mobile networks to la...
BBC News
February 4, 2020
BBC News
The prime minister says climate change is harming "the most vulnerable populations around the planet".
Roger Harrabin
February 4, 2020
BBC News
Boris Johnson has failed to lead over the UK's hosting of a key climate summit, its former boss says.
Roger Harrabin
February 3, 2020
BBC News
Claire O'Neill, an ex-minister, had been due to preside over the UN climate meeting in Glasgow.
David Shukman
January 31, 2020
BBC News
The UK government sacks the woman it appointed to run the crucial UN climate summit in November.
Laura Snapes
January 27, 2020
the Guardian
Members of the Malian supergroup les Amazones d'Afrique, who will appear at Celtic Connections 2020
Libby Brooks Scotland correspondent
January 17, 2020
the Guardian
Police at a Scottish independence rally in Glasgow in November. The head of Police Scotland says the cost of accommodation for officers will run into the 'tens of millions' for COP26 later this year. Photograph: Andrew MacColl/Rex/Shutterstock
Anton Muscatelli
January 15, 2020
the Guardian
"Universities must unite to create a research culture that will sustain our talented community as they address the social, economic and environmental challenges of the 21st century." Photograph: Alamy
Helena Horton
January 14, 2020
The Telegraph
Climate change could see UK seas filled with hake, anchovies and herring as classic British species such as cod are wiped out, a new study by Defra has predicted.
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