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The signs are unmistakable – last year was the hottest on record and the ten warmest years have all occurred since 1998
The corrupt heart of Europe will always put big business over citizens’ rights
Soldiers aged between 16 and 18 are twice as likely to die on the battlefield once they're adults, and have a much higher suicide rate than the average for their age
Technology in crisis situations needs to be tough, simple to use and - in Medécins Sans Frontières' case - disinfected in chlorine
Activists and developers around the world are building software that could revolutionise the way we go to the polls. Lee Williams meets them
Although it's not surprising: our "greenest government ever" has already spent 300 times more on fossil fuels than renewables
Three years ago St Aldhelm's Academy had the worst GCSE results in the UK and was temporarily closed after a damning Ofsted report called it 'dysfunctional and unsafe'
The Conservatives didn't want us to know the details surrounding their latest fundraising auction, I wonder why...
Should we be scapegoating 'scrounging' foreigners? New figures on the number of Brits claiming benefits across the EU suggest otherwise
And the award for the most unqualified fitness-to-work assessor goes to...
Imagine a future where corporations can sue governments if public policies damage their profits — if TTIP passes, you won't have to
Train fares in the UK are some of the most expensive and inefficient in Europe, yet the Government doesn't seem to care
While the rest of us face austerity, the Lords spends roughly £65,000 a year on champagne, and is refusing to drink anything cheaper
A group of top chefs signed a manifesto against violence, bullying and sexual harassment in kitchens following the sacking of a chef at a three-star Paris restaurant for scalding his kitchen assistant with a white-hot spoon
So why are they fifth in the regular opinion polls?
In new leaflets which have cost the Government £5m to send out, they seem to be playing with the facts to score cheap political points