Arctic Oil Drilling Plans Suffer ‘Stunning Setback’ as Almost ‘No One Shows Up’ For the Sale

In a stunning setback to the waning Trump Administration’s long-stated goal of energy independence, a recent auction for oil drilling leases in the Alaskan Arctic attracted no major oil companies. After literally generations of debate, when the federal government put a 5% slice of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge up for lease, the long anticipated […]

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Shock Brexit charges are hurting us, say small British businesses

Government ministers describe the post-Brexit headaches that British exporters have suffered since 1 January as mere “teething problems”. But Alex Paul, who jointly runs a successful family business that features in the Department for International Trade’s list of national “export champions”, disagrees. And he wants the real story to be told. Two weeks into the […]

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This Clever Attachment Makes Any Bicycle an E-Bike in Just Seconds – And it’s a Much Cheaper Method

A bicycle commuter has invented a simple, portable device that instantly turns your old sweat-and-tears-commuter-bike into a fast electric bike. Perfect for San Francisco or Los Angeles cyclists who are faced with thigh-punishing hills on their way to and from work, Clip was named as one of the 100 Best Inventions of 2020 by Time […]

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