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Extension of Trump’s Facebook Ban

Earlier this week the decision was taken by Facebook and their Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg to address the current temporary ban on Former President of the United States Donald Trump. This decision was made after a chaotic start to the year and numerous years of usage of social media platforms to further his political aims. During the 2016 Presidential election and the following four years of the Trump administration, President Trump made use of twitter in particular in order to connect with his voter base and make sure that his supporters felt their needs were being addressed.

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Apple's two pronged battle - The EU and Epic Games

The federal courtroom in San Francisco is facing a monumental trial this week. Epic Games, an American video game and software company that created the global hit game Fortnite in 2017 has filed a lawsuit against Apple. Experts believe that this antitrust case against Apple is going to be one of the tech industry’s biggest legal battle in years, with the current and former executives of Epic and Apple being among the prime witnesses who are expected to testify in court.

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The Price of Beef

Beef and dairy cattle are one of agriculture’s biggest emitters of GHG (greenhouse gases) and cutting down on consumption of both could reduce such emissions. Since the bovine accounts for 15% of global GHG, American foot site Epicurious has ceased publication of beef recipes. But is beef the easy target? Is using an international figure fair when most of the GHG from agriculture derives from developing countries? 

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Can The Government’s Plan To End Direct Provision By 2024 Work?

When it first emerged that the Government was planning to end direct provision, which is contained in the Programme for Government, by December 2024, it was a move that was welcomed by many people, particularly those who are in direct provision and people who have been in direct provision in the past. But, at the same time, it is a move that will require significant work by the Government to pursue an alternative to the failed system of direct provision.

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