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Joinder application for a court case

Joinder application for a court case

Question: I understand that there was a case in the court in which I am also an interested party.

It’s not the time to ease fuel-efficiency standards in US

It’s not the time to ease fuel-efficiency standards in US

Return to 2011, the bailout of the American auto industry still fresh in minds. Barack Obama applied pressure as he looked for a show of appreciation from General Motors, Chrysler and carmakers indirectly affected by the rescue operation.

Scientists launch solar geoengineering study

Scientists launch solar geoengineering study

US scientists are set to send aerosol injections 20km up into the earth’s stratosphere in the world’s biggest solar geoengineering programme to date, to study the potential of a future tech-fix for global warming.

Tech ban latest step in bomb detection battle

Tech ban latest step in bomb detection battle

A ban on large carry-on electronics on some international flights lays bare a high-stakes scientific battle between militant groups and security chiefs that has already dramatically altered airline travel, especially since the September 2001 attacks in the United States.

Military courts to stage a comeback in Pakistan

Military courts to stage a comeback in Pakistan

In a significant development, the National Assembly of Pakistan on Tuesday passed the 28th Constitutional (Amendment) Bill to reinstate military courts to try civilians charged with terrorism offences.

Best way to slow ageing? Exercise

Best way to slow ageing? Exercise

Lace up those sneakers. Exercise — specifically high-intensity interval training — slows down the ageing process.

The Sino-Korean trade war must end

The Sino-Korean trade war must end

South Korea has decided to deploy a US missile-defence system, and China is furious.

After McGuinness, peace will face renewed pressure

After McGuinness, peace will face renewed pressure

The former IRA man made the Good Friday Agreement work. But now power-sharing is under threat, and the stage is set for a return to grievance politics

New owners steer F1 into the fast lane

New owners steer F1 into the fast lane

Formula One ventures into the unknown zone of a long-awaited revamped and high-speed era under new American ownership this weekend when the engines roar into life at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

The EU’s road to Rome

The EU’s road to Rome

A celebration of European unity may be the ideal moment to confront the difficult truth of disunity, and chart a way forward

Robotisation without taxation?

Robotisation without taxation?

The idea of a tax on robots was raised last May in a draft report to the European Parliament prepared by MEP Mady Delvaux from the Committee on Legal Affairs.

Put the rainfall back into trees, scientists say

Put the rainfall back into trees, scientists say

International climate and environment agreements have a flaw which may jeopardise attempts to curb global warming quickly: they do not highlight the role trees play in creating rainfall and cooling the earth’s surface, 22 scientists have said.

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