Sarah Morrison is a general reporter at The Independent on Sunday.
The myth of the modern dad exposed: New book claims men still won't sacrifice their careers for fatherhood
19 May 2013 12:00 AM
One in three men do not take their statutory paternity leave
17 May 2013 12:00 AM
Police officers who used “unsuitable force” to restrain a schizophrenic man who died in custody face further scrutiny after a review criticised the police watchdog for failures in its initial investigation.
16 May 2013 08:39 PM
The "sweetheart" deal between HM Revenue and Customs and the investment bank Goldman Sachs was flawed, but not illegal, the High Court has ruled.
14 May 2013 01:17 PM
Attempt to improve conditions for textile workers frustrated by American retailer
Hallelujah! It's gospel: Interest in schools, as well as churches, leads to boom in spiritual choirs
28 April 2013 12:00 AM
It's enough to make you sing "Oh Happy Day": gospel music is staging a Great British Comeback after its heyday in the 1980s. The music made popular worldwide by artists from Elvis Presley to Aretha Franklin is again hitting the high notes. As choirs in schools, universities and local communities are belting out classics such as "Amazing Grace", gospel musicians report that they're in more demand than ever, with everyone from corporations to major music festivals eager for a little harmony and faith.
21 April 2013 12:00 AM
With the measles outbreak in Swansea now in its second month, Sarah Morrison reports on why the global drive to immunise all babies against preventable diseases has hit a plateau
14 April 2013 12:00 AM
Experts think putting eco-sensibility into fun childhood games will engage people more than 'misery messages'
07 April 2013 12:00 AM
Iraq is executing more people than it has done for almost a decade. The country now has the third highest number of executions in the world, according to a report to be published this week.
07 April 2013 12:00 AM
Of the 1.2 million people who have fled Syria since civil war broke out two years ago, more than 150,000 alone live in the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan, waiting in hope that one day they can return to their own land.
31 March 2013 12:00 AM
You can order an Americano, latte, cappuccino, or skinny gingernut latte with froth on top at your local café, but now there's a new beverage in town: the "suspended coffee". Make sure you have had your caffeine hit, though, because this one's not for you. Every suspended drink ordered is reserved for someone who cannot afford to pay for their own. They get the coffee, you get the warm feeling inside.
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- 2 Mothers' diets may harm IQs in two-thirds of babies
- 3 Far-right French historian, 78-year-old Dominique Venner, commits suicide in Notre Dame in protest against gay marriage
- 4 Eyewitness Ingrid Loyau-Kennett gives extraordinary account of her confrontation with Woolwich attackers
- 5 Woolwich attack: The EDL might have a sinister plan as a soldier is murdered in suspected Islamic terrorist attack
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