‘We’ve bought the wrong satellites’: UK tech gamble baffles experts

Bid for 20% of OneWeb to replace Galileo after Brexit ‘looks like nationalism trumping industrial policy’

The UK government’s plan to invest hundreds of millions of pounds in a satellite broadband company has been described as “nonsensical” by experts, who say the company doesn’t even make the right type of satellite the country needs after Brexit.

The investment in OneWeb, first reported on Thursday night, is intended to mitigate against the UK losing access to the EU’s Galileo satellite navigation system.

Continue reading…

TOI_bigger

Won’t be intimidated: Cong on probe into RGF

NYT_bigger

Coronavirus Live Updates: Tennessee Shows Limits of Testing

TheGuardian_bigger

US coronavirus: US expected to hit three million coronavirus cases – live updates

SCMP_bigger

Johnny Depp tells court he ‘did not hit’ ex-wife Amber Heard in row over ‘Wino forever’ tattoo

TOI_bigger

Won’t be intimidated: Cong on probe into RGF

NYT_bigger

Coronavirus Live Updates: Tennessee Shows Limits of Testing

TheGuardian_bigger

US coronavirus: US expected to hit three million coronavirus cases – live updates

SCMP_bigger

Johnny Depp tells court he ‘did not hit’ ex-wife Amber Heard in row over ‘Wino forever’ tattoo

TheTelegraph_bigger

When will Liverpool lift the Premier League trophy and what records can they still break?

WashingtonPost_bigger

Beijing’s secret police get a room with a view in Hong Kong

TOI_bigger

China troops move back by 2km at LAC friction points in Ladakh