What do we know about the curious, secretive NSO Group? Very little - but after this week, an awful lot more than we did before.
Disability and beauty are not compatible: at least that’s the message that Vogue Brasil is sending by digitally manipulating non-existent “disabilities” on to able-bodied models in a misguided attempt to generate interest in the Paralympics.
Imagine you’re in a bar, discussing the upcoming election with your friends. You admit you’re undecided. In fact, you can see both sides of the argument. They stare back at you as though you’ve just said you’d like to murder baby pandas.
This week, Tesla announced the release of the Model S P100D with Ludicrous mode — nothing more than a simple upgrade to a 100kWh battery — and the world went wild.
Theresa May is to launch an official audit of racial inequality in public services which she says will reveal “difficult truths” about disparities in modern Britain.
Italian luxury fashion group Prada has predicted a return to growth as it seeks to connect with younger customers through online sales and flexible pricing.
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