Job prospects for the class of 2014 – graduating this summer – are as rosy as at any time since the start of the recession, new figures indicate

Graduate job prospects best since 2007 as public sector leads recruitment

Statistics show an 8.7 per cent rise in the number of graduate vacancies, taking employment levels back to the year before the recession began to bite

On the set of the short film Belle, which provided work experience for 13 trainees from job centres in London

Coming to a cinema near you Belle - a jobcentre production starring Britain’s unemployed

A short produced by trainees from the jobcentre queue in collaboration with industry professionals will have its premiere at the ICA in London

Simon Hughes says some view the criminal justice system as hostile

Simon Hughes: 'Legal profession must do more to reflect modern Britain'

Justice minister wants more female and ethnic minority barristers within 2 years

The plight of the young and unemployed is truly scary – and this government seems to have no answers

A quarter of long-term unemployed young people have self harmed

Taz Gibbins-Klein suffered depression as a teenager after coming out

Mental health crisis looms for gay teenagers

Schools urged to do more for LGBT pupils, as 4 in 10 admit to suicidal thoughts

A man in Kenya has woken up in a morgue after he was pronounced dead

'Corpse' wakes up in Kenyan morgue day after being declared dead

The man's family had started making funeral arrangements when he awoke

Clifford Chance, one of the big five 'magic circle' law firms in the United Kingdom, has quietly introduced a 'CV blind' policy for final interviews

Exclusive: Law firm Clifford Chance adopts ‘CV blind’ policy to break Oxbridge recruitment bias

Lecturers urge employers to follow Clifford Chance’s lead to find the best graduate candidates

Hays bullish on UK recovery as quarterly revenues hit six-year high

Hays, Britain’s biggest recruitment firm, was today in a bullish mood about the recovery as UK quarterly revenues leapt 10 per cent.

George Osborne has cautioned against 'self-defeating' minimum wage increases

George Osborne cautious over 50p minimum wage increase

Chancellor says he wants to see low-paid workers' earnings rising, but not at the cost of jobs

Demonstrators protesting against the bedroom tax outside the High Court, last year

The bedroom tax on bereavement: Grieving families to face spare-room benefit cut within three months

Families will be hit by the bedroom tax if a room remains unoccupied for just three months after the death of a family member, bereavement charities have warned.

Jobs market boom sustained by Midlands and the North

The UK economy is creating jobs at its fastest pace in almost four years, according to a new survey, with the strongest growth seen in the Midlands and the North.

Metropolitan Police Commissoner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe: Met crime figures were fiddled

A whistleblower’s claim that the Metropolitan Police manipulated crime figures to meet its performance targets is at least partially true, the head of Britain’s largest force admitted on Wednesday.

Eurozone unemployment rate remains stable at 12.1%

Eurozone unemployment was stable in November, prompting some analysts to suggest that the region’s problems might be beginning to abate.

Manus Island guard ridicules asylum seeker on Facebook

Post by supervisor Darren Powell read: 'One of these jokers just swallowed a pair of nail clippers. RALMFAO'

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