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He should have known that anyone who is genuinely anti-establishment will always come a bit undone
How is sharing dull facts about yourself supposed to tackle stigma?
My time at Reading School taught me how dangerous a highly competitive environment can be, and how important a zero tolerance approach to bullying is
As well as a telling lack of demand for such a day, there are already campaigns in place for male-specific problems
Depsite being known among cynics as "clicktivism", or "slacktivism", over the last several years web campaigning has become a huge focus for many charities.
Big black letters on packs of cigarettes tell us that smoking kills, and red traffic lights ward us off unhealthy foods, but should the same rules apply to our booze?
The House of Lords are debating a bill on assisted dying today. The proposals are still a long way from becoming law, but if passed they will allow doctors to prescribe a lethal dose to terminally ill patients who have been judged to have less than six months left to live.
With a cabinet reshuffle now scheduled in everyone's diary for tomorrow, the big question is how Cameron will try to appear more "pro-women".
With Glastonbury about to kick off, the summer of festivals is only just beginning. Once the tent and sleeping bag are packed - here's what else you should be bringing
Football is one of the great exceptions to the grand tradition of English pessimism. Every four years this is tried and tested at the World Cup, and proven all over again. That said, this time things looked like they could be different. For the first time in recent memory, expectations seemed to be set at a rational level (low).
When web-based emailing first swooshed onto our screens in the 90s, it revolutionised the way we communicate. And for many of us, it’s still the best way to send things to each other. But among young people (aka "The Future") could the days of sending and receiving (and occasionally retrieving) already be over?
Compulsory online voting would revolutionise the way our political system works
The news that Jeremy Paxman is to leave Newsnight after 25-years of grilling a long list of terrified politicians and celebrities hasn't exactly come as a shock. As Simon Kelner writes in today's Voices, it's been clear for a while that Paxo's heart hasn't been in it.
But it's still big news, especially for anyone suspicious of the politicians he did so well at lambasting. The Westminster crowd will no doubt be breathing a sigh of relief today, which can only be a bad thing.
England is a great place to be, but unlike our neighbours we have enjoyed centuries of independence
David Moyes has been sacked by Manchester United after just 51 games in charge of the club. It's a somewhat unsurprising end for the former Everton manager. For the first time in 19 years the club has missed out on a top four spot, despite boasting some of the Premiership's best players.