Sports fixtures to be moved to avoid clashing with Prince Philip’s funeral

Sporting bodies are in discussions regarding plans for next Saturday’s fixtures after confirmation that Prince Philip’s funeral will take place at Windsor Castle that afternoon. A national minute’s silence will be observed as the ceremonial royal funeral begins at 3pm. The funeral will take place on a busy sporting weekend with the FA Cup semi-finals, […]

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Simplified treatment for a cause of sight loss offers savings for hospitals and relief for patients

Simplifying a surgical technique to treat one of the important causes of sight loss around the world could deliver major savings for eye hospitals and help bring the treatment to more patients, according to new research. The method, developed by Professor Sheila MacNeil, a tissue engineer at the University of Sheffield, and Dr. Virender Sangwan, […]

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Japan’s regulators to check high-risk trades after Archegos

Japanese regulators will heighten scrutiny on high-risk trades by domestic financial institutions in the wake of the Archegos fallout, the Nikkei business daily reported on Wednesday. Top investment bank and brokerage, Nomura Holdings, was one of the highest-profile casualties while Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) warned of a loss of around $270 million. The Financial […]

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