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Amber Rudd urges action from internet groups on extremist content
Amber Rudd, the UK home secretary, has told internet companies they must do more to tackle extremist content but said the UK was unlikely to follow Germany's lead in fining technology groups that fail to remove hate speech.
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In the lead-up to the sale there were worries about job losses but Endless said that 72 stores and the head office would continue to operate as normal.
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