Autonomous vehicles such as those being tested by Google or Tesla will be one of the most important and disruptive technologies for the future of how people move, work, and live. But terrorist groups are tracking these developments closely, too.
It’s time the Rangers board gave Graeme Murty the reins full-time after beating Hibs at Easter Road. The interim Rangers boss picked up his sixth win in eight games since temporarily replacing Pedro Caixinha and has been in the hotseat for many of Rangers' biggest games over the past 12 months - and he's come out of them all smelling of roses. A trip to Celtic Park to face Brendan Rodgers' side after losing 5-1 last time you were there? Murty comes away with a more-than-creditable draw.
There’s a growing section of supporters very quickly losing patience with the directors and their running of the club since sweeping to power in 2015. Despite heavily spending on reinforcements in the summer, Rangers are still miles off Celtic and could end up 12 points behind Aberdeen by Sunday night. The humiliating European exit to Progres Niederkorn is still fresh in the memory too and the club seems to be without any sort of leadership whatsoever as they lurch from one shambles to another.
@scottmcdermott8 McCrorie will go back to playing in defence before long, Kranjcar is done, Rossiter probably won’t kick a ball this season, Windass hasn’t really played there this season leaving Jack, Dorrans, Goss, Holt, Barjonas & Hyndman.
@BBCTomEnglish Nah you’re right Tom. You are the the zenith of Scottish football journalism and are held on high regard by fans across the country who wait with baited breath for your next nugget of wisdom. One day they’ll name awards for your contribution to changing our perception of the game
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Selecting a term
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