AT&T says 'nearly all' of its customers' data has been leaked


AT&T said Friday that data from about 109 million customer accounts containing records of calls and texts from 2022 was illegally downloaded in April.

Company boss who sued BA for £5m after slipping in spilt Baileys at Heathrow wins compensation fight- but payout will be cut as judge rules he was also to blame because he was rushing after stopping at Starbucks


A Swiss executive whose love for 'proper coffee' meant he slipped in a puddle of Bailey's at Heathrow Aiport has won compensation in a £5 million legal dispute against British Airways.

Defeated SNP MP Joanna Cherry slams Nicola Sturgeon's push for gender recognition reform as the party begins blame game for their 'cataclysmic' election night which saw them drop from 48 seats to just 9


Ms Cherry, a high-profile Scottish politician not shy of challenging her party's belief on trans orthodoxy, was one of Thursday night's shock losers as the SNP's Westminster numbers were devastated.

Slovakia boss Francesco Calzona insists he feels 'more pride than disappointment' after his side narrowly missed out on a place in the quarter-finals with defeat to England


Ivan Schranz's strike looked to be enough to secure a historic upset before Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane netted to turn the tide for England.

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