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03 July 2022

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Google will start removing abortion clinic visits from users' location history (15)
The update will cover other "particularly personal" facilities, like fertility centers and weight loss clinics. K. Bell @karissabe July 1, 2022 10:40 PM SOPA Images via Getty Images Amid data privacy concerns raised by the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, Google says it will remove abortion clinics and other facilities from users' location history.
Governor: Russians gaining foothold in pivotal Ukraine city (5)
Russian forces are strengthening their positions in a grueling fight to capture the last stronghold of resistance in eastern Ukraine's Luhansk province, according to the region's governor Via AP news wire Sunday 03 July 2022 08:47 Governor: Russians gaining foothold in pivotal Ukraine cityShow all 9 Governor: Russians gaining foothold in pivotal Ukraine cityAPTOPIX Russia Ukraine War APTOPIX Russia Ukraine War
Watchdog considering review into Boris Johnson's 40 'new hospitals' pledge (4)
The investigation emerged in a letter to shadow health secretary Wes Streeting from NAO comptroller Gareth Davies. Sam Blewett Saturday 02 July 2022 21:15 Prime Minister Boris Johnson (PA) (PA Archive) Boris Johnson's election pledge to build 40 new hospitals by 2030 is facing a review by the Government's official spending watchdog. The National Audit Office (NAO) is planning a "value for money review" that
Ministers quicken staff security checks amid 'disaster movie' scenes at airports (5)
Sunday 3 July 2022, 12:01am Queues in Terminal 5 at Heathrow airport Credit: PA Wire/PA Images Ministers battling to dampen the chaos at airports claim security tests for new workers are being completed in record times as passengers criticised "disaster movie" scenes. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is trying to alleviate flight disruption this summer to avert the mayhem seen over the Easter and Jubilee holidays.
Cyberbullying plays 'significant role' in high levels of asthma deaths (3)
Sunday 3 July 2022, 8:59am More people could be suffering with their asthma conditions because of online abuse. Credit: PA Social media cyberbullying could be playing a significant role in keeping mortality rates among people with asthma needlessly high, according to a study. Abuse on online platforms is fuelling "a vicious cycle", researchers at Nottingham University Business School's N/LAB analytics centre believe,
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