The Man Who Single-Handedly Saved Us All From Nuclear War Has Died

The Man Who Single-Handedly Saved Us All From Nuclear War Has Died
When it comes to the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 is widely seen as the closest the world has got to an all-out nuclear war. Some might disagree though: In 1983, during a huge uptick in tensions between the Soviet Union and the USA, the planet was on the brink yet again, and one single man saved the entire world – and yet, people have probably never heard of him. It’s been reported that aged 77, former

Newly Developed HIV Treatment Can Fight 99 Percent Of All Strains

Newly Developed HIV Treatment Can Fight 99 Percent Of All Strains
In the continual struggle to effectively treat HIV, a disease that kills millions of people a year, researchers may have made an exciting breakthrough. In a new study, scientists report that they have developed a new type of antibody that could potentially treat, and even prevent HIV infection. One of the main reasons why HIV is so tricky to get on top of, a bit like the common flu virus, is that it is rapidly changing. Because of this

UK terror threat increased to critical

UK terror threat increased to critical
Police Scotland said it would be increasing the number of armed officers on patrol, particularly at key locations and crowded places. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionParsons Green: PM says terror threat raised to critical The use of the military to assist police has been done under the first phase of Operation Temperer, a government plan to deploy troops to help police following major terrorist attacks, which was activated for the first time on 23 May

Uber stripped of London licence

Uber stripped of London licence
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDrivers and passengers react to news that Uber's licence in London will be revoked Uber will not be issued a new private hire licence, Transport for London (TfL) has said. TfL concluded the ride-hailing app firm was not fit and proper to hold a London private hire operator licence.It said it took the decision on the grounds of "public safety and security implications".Confirming it would appeal against the decision, Uber said