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Driverless cars investment signals UK's intention to 'lead the world in relation to new technologies', says expert

The £100 million pledged by the UK chancellor earlier this week for new research into driverless cars shows the government is seeking to "lead the world in relation to new technologies", an expert has said. 23 Mar 2015

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'Necessary' surgical costs can be claimed from manufacturers of defective medical devices, rules EU court

The cost of surgery to patients made "necessary" because of the identification of potential defects in pacemakers, defibrillators and other medical device implants can be recovered by private health insurers, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has said.... 05 Mar 2015

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