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NeurIPS 2018 and End-of-Year ML party
Tillman Weyde, Rahda Kopparti, Dan Philps and Artur Garcez attended and presented papers at NeurIPS 2018 in Montreal, Canada, during the week of 3 Dec 2018. Dan and Artur provided an informal overview of their impressions of NeurIPS to the ML group's (More)
Research Visit
Luciano Serafini (FBK, Trento, Italy) and Michael Spranger (Sony CSL, Tokyo, Japan) visited City's Research Centre for Machine Learning during the week of 10 Dec 2018. The main focus of the visit was to continue research collaborations on Logic Tenso (More)
How Do NGOs Attract News Coverage in a Digital News Landscape?
Guest Post by Ruth Moon How do NGOs work to attract news coverage in a shifting and increasingly digitally enabled news landscape? That is the question that motivated my research, More)
Chancellor: Universal Credit to stay and government will add £1 billion

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By The City Post The last budget before Brexit could have been a nightmare before Christmas for Philip Hammond, given the binds the Conservative party have found themselves in. Instead, the chancellor achieved a small triumph, delivering a confide (More)
Panto performance from Fiscal Phil fails to fulfil
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By Colm Fulton Philip Hammond clearly learnt a (More)
Tax breaks for the high street, as the Chancellor funds fightback against digital competition
By Tanya Zhekova and Michael O’Dwyer Britain’s ailing high streets are to benefit from a £1.5 billion boost from a package of measures announced in today’s budget, including business rates relief and increased infrastructure spending. An explos (More)
Markets focus more on Brexit than UK Budget
By Burcu Cura Sterling dropped by 0.2 per cent to $1.2804 from last Friday as Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his budget and said the “era of austerity is coming to an end”. The pound fell as much as two percent and broke below the $1.29 le (More)
Stamp duty relief extended to new buyers of shared ownership homes
Hammond announced an extension of the stamp duty relief. Photo credit:: Matt Crossick/ EMPICS Ente (More)
The 2018 budget in brief
By Kim Darrah  NHS to recieve £20.5bn boost: Confirming Theresa May’s party conference announcement,£20.5bn was pledged for the NHS for t (More)
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