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Salisbury crash train ran 220 metres past stop signal as wheels slipped on rails

The collision happened just outside of Salisbury on Sunday A train involved in a collision in Salisbury ran 220 metres past a stop signal before hitting a second service, investigators said. The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) said the 74-year-old driver of the South Western Railway (SWR) train attempted to apply the brakes before reaching the signal. Despite him and the train’s automatic protection system also requesting emergency braking, the […]

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Facebook to shut down face recognition system and delete data

The parent company, Meta, have confirmed they will delete the faceprints of over a billion people Facebook has said it will shut down its face-recognition system and delete the faceprints of more than one billion people. Jerome Pesenti, vice president of artificial intelligence for Facebook’s new parent company Meta, said in a blog post: “This change will represent one of the largest shifts in facial recognition usage in the technology’s […]

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Antonio Conte vows to do everything to deserve the Tottenham fans support

He has joined the club on an 18 month deal Antonio Conte has vowed to “do everything” to deserve the fans’ support after becoming Tottenham’s new head coach. The Italian was appointed as Nuno Espirito Santo’s successor on Tuesday, signing an initial 18-month contract, with the option of an extra year. Conte, who won the Premier League title with Chelsea in 2016-17 ahead of Spurs, had been out of work […]

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Goodbye Nuno Hello Conte Tottenham appoint ex Chelsea boss as head coach on 18 month deal

Antonio Conte has been named as Tottenham’s new head coach after the decision to appoint Nuno Espirito Santo four months ago backfired. Spurs moved quickly to hire the Italian, who has signed an initial 18-month contract, after firing Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday morning. Conte, who delivered the Premier League title to Chelsea in 2016-17 ahead of Spurs, had been out of work since leaving Inter Milan at the end […]

todayNovember 2, 2021 7

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Tom Daley hints he will dive into Paris 2024

Tom Daley has dropped a further hint that he will banish thoughts of retirement and target the defence of his Olympic diving title in Paris in 2024. Daley won men’s 10-metre synchro gold with team-mate Matty Lee in Tokyo and said in the wake of his success that he was likely to make a decision on his future before the end of the year. Speaking in the upcoming edition of […]

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Smart motorway rollout should be paused over safety concerns

That's according to a report by the Commons’ Transport Select Committee The rollout of smart motorways should be suspended due to safety concerns, according to MPs. A report by the Commons’ Transport Select Committee (TSC) said there is not enough safety and economic data to justify continuing with the project. It described the Government’s decision in March 2020 that all future smart motorways would be all-lane-running versions – where the […]

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Johnson warns doomsday device of climate change is ticking in Cop26 speech

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned world leaders that the longer they fail to tackle climate, the higher the cost when they are forced “by catastrophe” to act. Addressing world leaders including US President Joe Biden, India’s Narendra Modi and German chancellor Angela Merkel, Mr Johnson said the world was in roughly the same position as James Bond as he tries to deactivate a doomsday advice in his films. But […]

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NHS chief Stephen Powis Use 111 service before going to AE departments

NHS England’s national medical director, Professor Stephen Powis, said the coming months are likely to be “extremely tough”, amid pressures from a combination of Covid-19 and seasonal flu People are being urged to go online if they need care for something urgent but not life-threatening, instead of rushing to busy A&E departments as the health service faces a “winter like no other”. Television adverts, social media posts and billboards all […]

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Support rail travel by charging fair price for carbon emissions

A true price for carbon would remove a big reason for travellers to fly from London to Amsterdam – or other routes with good alternatives, the boss of Eurostar has said. Jacques Damas said that “there is no point to fly” between the two cities, but that airlines were able to undercut rail because they faced lower costs and did not have to pay for the cost of the carbon […]

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