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Researchers made seven requests to Google during which they were confronted with a “number of difficulties”

Access denied: retrieving personal data is often hopeless as Google refuses point-blank to provide online information

Public bodies and private corporations including Internet giant Google are flouting the public’s right to access personal data being held on them

Canon Jeremy Pemberton, left, with Laurence Cunnington, right, after their marriage in April 2014

Church of England tells same-sex married clergyman Canon Jeremy Pemberton to stop leading services

The first British clergyman to enter into a gay marriage in defiance of the Church of England’s guidance has been told to stop leading services.

Gerry Conlon (pictured in 2005) died of cancer but had struggled since his release from jail

Gerry Conlon dead: Wrongly jailed, never to return to normal life

For victims of miscarriages of justice – like the Guildford Four’s Gerry Conlon – there is a glaring lack of support on  the outside

It is believed that some of them may have been posing as disabled supporters

World Cup 2014: Brazilian police investigate reports of 'disabled' supporters leaping from the wheelchairs

Even in a country such as Brazil where football is a fervent religion, the miraculous sight of wheelchair bound supporters leaping from their seats is leading to calls for a police investigation into claims of ticket fraud.

Mohamed Hasan explains to Jonathan Brown how to chew khat in a Sheffield park yesterday

Chewing the khat: Sheffield's Somali community comes to terms with the ban of its favourite drug

Jonathan Brown gets high while he can with members of Sheffield’s Somali community

Anti-fracking protesters in Balcombe, West Sussex

Nato boss claims Russia has secretly infiltrated green groups fighting fracking

The outgoing Secretary General of Nato has sparked ridicule from environmentalists after claiming that Russia is secretly orchestrating green groups opposed to fracking.

The study suggested that 79 per cent of homes were either near or below acceptable size

Rabbit-hutch Britain: Growing health concerns as UK sets record for smallest properties in Europe

Millions living in overcrowded housing because of failure to build new homes

Bankrupt Detroit experienced an economic upturn after creating a space where tech start-up staff wanted to work

What British cities can learn from Detroit: Motor City's turnaround should be a model for regeneration

British cities seeking to adapt to the realities of the new global economy should model their plans on the success of United States conurbations including Detroit, a former urban development advisor to President Obama has told The Independent.

Ernest Hemmingway in 1955; The cover of 'A Farewell to Arms'

English theatre company granted unprecedented permission to stage Hemingway epic 'A Farewell to Arms'

A small theatre company has been granted unprecedented permission by Ernest Hemingway's literary estate to recreate the author’s semi-autobiographical World War One classic A Farewell to Arms.

Scotland baby ashes scandal: Families call for public inquiry

The grieving families of children affected by Scotland’s baby ashes scandal have called for a public inquiry to find out who was responsible for the secret disposal of the remains of hundreds of infants.

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