Lincolnshire registered a third of reported rapes as 'no crimes'
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Sunday 19 January 2014
Joshua Greene, an associate professor in social sciences at Harvard, attempts to answer the question of how conflicts between people can be resolved.
Saturday 18 January 2014
Morally speaking, I don't have any problem with representing someone who I personally believe is guilty.
Tuesday 31 December 2013
The diet often becomes a fanatical and joyless one
Tuesday 17 December 2013
Bad jokes, hard work and the odd tongue lashing are behind Darren Lehmann making Australia more than the sum of their parts
Sunday 15 December 2013
The charity is under fire after a ‘Panorama’ exposé, but the laws governing investments are complex
Sunday 01 December 2013
Around 10 years ago, I opened an account with the Co-operative Bank. I was attracted by its policy of not lending money at excessive rates of interest to the very poor and staying out of the way of arms deals and the like. It seemed by far the best of a bad bunch in the sense that it appeared to have morals. At around the same time, in a feeble anti-capitalist campaign, I joined the Phone Co-operative and an energy supplier called Ecotricity, which apparently supplies its power via windmills.
Southampton 4 Hull 1: Latest England call-up Jay Rodriguez claims Saints can go even higher than their current third place
Monday 11 November 2013
Emphatic victory over Tigers means Southampton go into the international break in the top three and Rodriguez wants hard work to keep team on the rise
Wednesday 06 November 2013
The boss of Primark’s parent company has hinted that a trial to sell its clothes through online fashion retailer Asos is unlike to continue.
Monday 28 October 2013
“Everything that makes Britain great can be found right here in Northumberland,” announced Robson Green at the start of his new ITV series, Tales from Northumberland. It was a bold claim – do they even have a Nando's? – but this proud son of Hexham is so enthusiastic about the land that stretches from north of Newcastle to the Scottish border that we should give him the chance to prove it. And while Robson takes an eight-week trip around his home county, his accent will apparently be roving the length and breadth of the nation. Last night it took in West Kensington and Tyneside, plus a brief stop in County Down.
Friday 11 October 2013
The chance to use your cash to invest in projects that improve the world we live in is attractive to many.
Tuesday 08 October 2013
The Scout Association has launched an alternative godless version of its oath in a bid to be more welcoming to young atheists – but was criticised by some secularists for not going far enough.
Friday 04 October 2013
Pain, Pus & Poison: the Search for Modern Medicines, BBC4
Mayhem and Mishaps: Britain Caught on Camera, BBC1
Last night's viewing - House of Surrogates, BBC4; Drama Matters: The Psychopath Next Door, Sky Living
Wednesday 02 October 2013
With her glossy black hair and glamorous red sari, Dr Nayna Patel swept on to our screens last night like a movie star – a particularly bossy movie star. In fact, she's the IVF practitioner at the centre of India's $1bn-a-year commercial surrogacy industry. At her clinic and dormitory in Gujarat, she not only oversees the pregnancies of 100 women at a time, but also likes to weigh in on many other aspects of their personal lives: what they should spend their fee on, what skills they should learn, and whether they should kick that no-good husband out on to the street. So was Dr Nayna an evil capitalist exploiting the desperate for her own gain? Or a pioneering scientist and feminist crusader to boot?
Fifa president Sepp Blatter claims political pressure from Europe resulted in members voting for Qatar to win the 2022 World Cup
Wednesday 18 September 2013
In an apparent swipe at Uefa president Michel Platini, Blatter admits that 'direct political influences' were applied due to economic links with Qatar
Tuesday 17 September 2013
Attacker now faces ten years' incarceration to contemplate the ethics of his actions
Climate change: 2015 will be the hottest year on record 'by a mile', experts say
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches, it's time to act
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don’t change Europe’s attitude to refugees, what will?
If you're not already angry about the refugee crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
Theresa May says migrants should be banned from entering the UK unless they have jobs lined up
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