Robot Recruitment: The recruitment industry should seize not shun automation

Robot Recruitment: The recruitment industry should seize not shun automation

There are very few industries in the world that have escaped the clutches of the Internet and the recruitment industry is no exception. Gone are the days in which puff-chested baby-boomers marched up and down the streets from dawn until dusk delivering hand-written CVs to prospective employers. Now, job-seeking millennials...

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Eros  By Sir Alfred Gilbert  Piccadilly Circus

Eros By Sir Alfred Gilbert Piccadilly Circus

  By Don Grant The statue in Piccadilly Circus is possibly one of the most famous and recognisable in the world, and he is popularly and mistakenly known as Eros. In reality, the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain, depicts Anteros, Eros’s twin brother, as ‘the Angel of Christian Charity’ and the ancient Greek...

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67 arrested in largest Met operation in a decade

67 arrested in largest Met operation in a decade

67 individuals have been arrested in a string of dawn raids as part of one of the Met Police’s largest drug crackdowns in a decade. Pooling resources between the Met and City of London police, a total of 2,775 officers have been involved in Operation Puglia, targeting heroin and crack...

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Vice Admiral William Bligh

Vice Admiral William Bligh

By Marian Maitland FRS, RN 1754-1817 The London County Council erected a Blue Plaque at 100 Lambeth Road, honouring Vice Admiral William Bligh. He was an officer in the Royal Navy and a Colonial Administrator. Controversy has surrounded him since mutiny broke out on HM Armed Transport Vessel, The Bounty...

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Time to fully recognise our £270 billion contribution, say sole traders

Time to fully recognise our £270 billion contribution, say sole traders

Responding to new figures confirming that there are 4.8 million self-employed people in the UK, accounting for 15 per cent of all people in work,Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) National Chairman Mike Cherry said: “The UK’s self-employed community contributes a staggering £270 billion to the economy annually yet they’re still treated...

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Scientists uncover DNA ‘shield’ with crucial roles in normal cell division, the immune system and cancer

Scientists uncover DNA ‘shield’ with crucial roles in normal cell division, the immune system and cancer

–       New fundamental complex in cells drives ‘messy’ form of DNA repair –       In immune cells, this is crucial to make antibodies –       In cancer, mutations in complex could lead to resistance to BRCA-targeting PARP inhibitor drugs or platinum chemotherapies Scientists have made a major discovery about how cells repair broken strands of...

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Pure, organic and naturally sublime skincare line CHIC by DMO

Pure, organic and naturally sublime skincare line CHIC by DMO

Developed by the team behind Holland Park celebrity hair and beauty haven, Scissors Palace, CHIC by DMO is a blissful collection of body butters, scrubs and soothing massage candle. Inspired by the concept of luxury in a detail, CHIC by DMO skincare infuses the senses with a sublime slick of...

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Thai football team released from hospital

Thai football team released from hospital

The twelve members of the Wild Boars football team, and their coach, have spoken publicly for the first time after being rescued from the Tham Luang cave complex in northern Thailand. The rescue mission lasted from Sunday 8th July to Tuesday 10th July. On each day, four members of the...

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