Maybe young people in the West just aren't that angry any more
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Thursday 13 June 2013
Parent group of British Gas will take 25% stake in six Lancashire wells
Monday 10 June 2013
Environmental activist spotted struggling to moor her boat in the harbour near Boulder City harbour
Sunday 09 June 2013
Councils say companies that illegally excluded employees will be barred from public contracts
Thursday 06 June 2013
Senior airport managers, still determined on expansion, turn attention to Stanwell Moor area
Thursday 06 June 2013
Heathrow bosses are reportedly planning a new runway that threatens the existence of a Surrey village.
Monday 03 June 2013
Leading academic condemns environmentalists for blocking the widespread use of genetically modified crops
Sunday 02 June 2013
Concerns multiply over the increasing costs of the high-speed London to Birmingham rail link
Struggling with urban decay, Detroit now has a mountain of unwanted coke - thanks to anti-environmentalist Koch brothers
Sunday 19 May 2013
By-product of tar-sands refining pits struggling industrial city against billionaire brothers
Green energy boss Dale Vince accuses Government of risking energy security by cutting subsidies and changing agenda
Sunday 12 May 2013
The founder of Britain’s first green electricity provider has accused the Coalition of risking the UK’s future energy security through a “disastrous” inconsistency in policies. Ecotricity boss Dale Vince accused the Government of hugely undermining confidence among potential investors, who are desperately needed to finance an essential overhaul of the UK’s energy infrastructure at a cost of around about £200bn over the next decade.
Classical review: Imogen Cooper, Ivan Fischer, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Royal Festival Hall, London
Tuesday 23 April 2013
The cadenza in a classical concerto is a curious thing. Originally devised as a way of letting the soloist show off, it became a commentary on the work it adorned, as well as a holiday from it: the soloist could take you on a switchback journey before bringing you safely home. These days, with so many other opportunities for display, its bravura function has faded, so soloists often use it instead as a slot to puff their own wares – as Kennedy does when he injects jazz and Gypsy music into his Brahms.
Thursday 18 April 2013
Tribal councils will have final say on bauxite dig
Monday 15 April 2013
Campaigners have chained themselves to the gate of a naval base in protest against the nuclear missiles stored there.
Thursday 11 April 2013
Five years after his savage, unsolved beating, the campaigning journalist is buried
Monday 01 April 2013
Energy chief believes controversial method will safeguard supply
Saturday 30 March 2013
Environmentalists have accused the Government of being too slow to protect the UK's marine environment.
Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it
Threat to scrap Human Rights Act could see UK follow Nazi example, warns UN official
Church of England 'one generation away from extinction' after dramatic loss of followers
- 2 California man brutally beat 82-year-old Sikh grandfather he mistook for 'one of those people'
- 4 Charles Kennedy 'had better judgement drunk than many sober politicians' says Ian Hislop