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Tesco Bank freezes online transactions.
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"Doxxing" and other forms of harassment outlawed.
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UK lets Amazon test delivery drones in the suburbs
Brits greenlight trials in the face of US refusals.
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UK to spend $8.6bn to make NHS paperless
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Resumes campaign for new powers.
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Britain brings in 'Google Tax' aimed at multinationals
Death of the Double Irish sought.
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British government to binge on broadband for all
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