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In this week’s episode we discuss:
Fashion for rent
Instead of selling clothes, a rental company is in high demand. Is it going to be a cultural transition like music for people who sign up for a library instead of wearing personal clothes or tracks? And if people really want to borrow clothes, what effect does this have on what we wear?
The growing demand for consumer electronics, coupled with the disruption of supply chains and fears, has led to a severe shortage of microphones. Touch effects have led to delays in the construction of everything from cars to toys – and can lead to high prices.
The private account, which received its first reading this week, is recommended for legal use in the UK and Wales for those who are seriously ill, mentally fit and in the last six months of life. This is the first time in more than five years that the issue has been the subject of controversy in Westminster – although it is said to be a law without government support, it will resume the debate as public opinion changes.
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