An Opinium poll for the Guardian puts the Tory lead at 13 points, with a 46 per cent share, down one point on the previous week and Labour increased its share by one point to 33 per cent. The Conservatives said this week elderly people receiving social care would have to fund the entire cost, until they reached their last £100,000 of assets.
Investigative reporters at CNN are calling Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. a plagiarist after examining his master's thesis written US security to earn his degree at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Clarke has not commented on the details surrounding Thomas' death, and issued a press release in September of 2016 citing an internal investigation of the case as the reason for his silence.
Microsoft issued a patch for its supported systems in March, weeks before Shadow Brokers released the exploit, but many computer systems around the world remained unpatched, leaving them vulnerable to the latest ransomware attack. The WanaKiwi tool works on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003 and 2008 operating systems like the WannaKey , and can run using the command prompt.
The National Cyber Security Centre has created a guide on how to deploy these patches. Wanna Cry spreads over networks so if even one computer is affected, the rest on the network can also be compromised. On Sunday, Chinese media reported that students at several universities were hit by the virus, which blocked access to their thesis papers and their dissertation presentations.
But Raymond James analysts Aaron Kessler, Justin Patterson and James Pardee upped the ante, writing Thursday that they were impressed with Alibaba fourth-quarter results, which missed analyst estimates by a penny per share. Alibaba has expanded into new areas in response to the deceleration, buying control of Lazada Group SA to gain a Southeast Asian foothold and waging a price-based war with Tencent Holdings Ltd.in cloud computing services.
China wants to put ties with South Korea back on a "normal track", President Xi Jinping said on Friday, but Beijing also urged Seoul to respect its concerns and resolve tensions over the deployment of a US anti-missile system that it opposes.