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WORLD SPORTS at 0000 GMT
TOP STORIES:SOC--MANCHESTER DERBYMANCHESTER, England — Manchester City capitalized on two defensive lapses by Romelu Lukaku to claim a record-setting 2-1 win against Manchester United and open up an 11-point lead over its fierce...
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Could you still pass your driving theory test?
With changes to the UK driving test coming into effect on Monday, see how you would do if you had to re-sit a driving theory test Driving tests in England, Scotland and Wales change on Monday, with candidates now being required to demonstrate that they can follow the instructions of a sat-nav, (...)
[The Guardian]

Bank deputy warns of Bitcoin bubble risks
Investors should "do their homework", says Bank of England official, as Bitcoin passes $11,000.
[BBC News]

Bank deputy warns of Bitcoin bubble risks
Investors should "do their homework", says Bank of England official, as Bitcoin passes $11,000.
[BBC]

Bitcoin price soars above $11,000 as central bankers seek to calm fears
Bank of England and Fed officials say cryptocurrency is too small to threaten world economy amid warnings of bubble Bitcoin topped $11,000 on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after hitting $10,000 for the first time, as central bankers on both sides of the Atlantic sought to ease fears that a (...)
[The Guardian]

Government urged to act over computer science GCSEs
More than half of England's secondary schools did not offer the subject in 2015-16, a report has found.
[BBC]

Government urged to act over computer science GCSEs
More than half of England's secondary schools did not offer the subject in 2015-16, a report has found.
[BBC News]

Uber unveils former banker as new UK chairwoman
Former Bank of England adviser and ex-M&S executive Laurel Powers-Freeling named as new chair of embattled taxi app Uber has unveiled former Bank of England adviser Laurel Powers-Freeling as the new chair of its UK operations, as it battles to stave off a ban on operating in London. (...)
[The Guardian]

Bloodhound supersonic car has first public test drive – video
A British supersonic car currently under development has its first public test drive at Cornwall airport in Newquay, south-west England. The Bloodhound reached a speed of around 200mph on the 1.7-mile runway. The team behind the vehicle say it is part fighter jet, part Formula One car and part (...)
[The Guardian]

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