Barrister for the club warns of 'Pandora's box' being opened if case is not thrown out of court
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Thursday 17 May 2012
Apprenticeships of less than six months provide "no real benefit" to trainees or their employers, a parliamentary report warned today.
Sam Hallam released on unconditional bail as prosecution announces no opposition to murder conviction appeal
Wednesday 16 May 2012
A young man who spent seven years in jail for murder has been freed on unconditional bail today after the prosecution announced it would not oppose the appeal against his conviction.
Sunday 29 April 2012
Saturday 21 April 2012
Portsmouth will compete in the third tier of English football for the first time in 30 years after their spell in the npower Championship came to a disappointing end against Derby.
Reforms in the 1990s were supposed to make nursing care better. Instead, there's a widely shared sense that this was how today's compassion deficit began. How did we come to this?
Wednesday 11 April 2012
The second part of our week-long series on the crisis of caring in British nursing addresses the question of what, precisely, has gone wrong
Sunday 08 April 2012
Cameron criticised for comparing horticulture to purely manual labour
Friday 06 April 2012
Jim Moray's filtering of traditional folk music through a mesh of modern sensibilities continues on Skulk, where eight adaptations of old ballads are punctuated by impassioned versions of Anais Mitchell's fretful "If It's True" and Fleetwood Mac's "Big Love".
Tuesday 27 March 2012
Tests taken by trainee teachers are to be toughened up amid concerns that too many take several attempts to pass.
Sunday 25 March 2012
This well-judged comedy-drama stars Joseph Gordon Levitt (500 Days of Summer, Inception) as a young radio producer diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Wednesday 21 March 2012
Outlook: It might seem strange now, but business leaders sometimes used to complain about being excluded from popular culture. It was felt that bright and talented young people shunned their blandishments in favour of the professions because business was seen as, well, a bit grubby and best left in a ghetto.
Wednesday 07 March 2012
The serious chap who's top dog at the jobs giant?
- 1 Mountain goats' miraculous escape from avalanche captured in dramatic video footage
- 2 It’s shameful that our universities have accepted gender segregation under pressure from the most oppressive religious fanatics
- 3 Sir Ian McKellen hits back at Damian Lewis' 'fruity actor' claims
- 4 Kenyan politician Mike Sonko left red-faced after photoshopping himself next to Nelson Mandela
- 5 Selfie at funeral: Cameron squeezes in on Obama snap at Mandela memorial