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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.
In an apparent swipe at Uefa president Michel Platini, Blatter admits that 'direct political influences' were applied due to economic links with Qatar
Attacker now faces ten years' incarceration to contemplate the ethics of his actions
Inside Whitehall: The Civil Service is a very, very big organisation and it needs someone with corporate expertise to run it
Doctor claims research on the complicated surgery could see results in just two years
Events like this compel us to consider the ethics of recording a dispute
New study shows how games can teach children to analyse their moral choices in life and consider the consequences
The Italian side eased to victory over Celtic to advance to the quarter-finals
The South African newspaper The Star has today published a compelling piece by Eusebius McKaiser which insightfully captures the complicated emotions experienced when a friend is accused of a sex crime.
The Government should get religious groups more involved in the struggling Work Programme, a leading think tank has urged, with backing from the shadow employment minister.
Beyoncé fans, assume the position - the next month or two sees the Queen of Pop's return from motherhood to mega-primetime. In preparation, she's been speaking to GQ. And - drumroll - the takeaway here, at least according to Gawker, is... "Beyonce is Fucking Crazy and Exactly as You Imagine Her".
As a satire of British public life, The Thick of It, is widely admired. But when it was revealed that the comedy would pillory public inquiries, it seems the Leveson Inquiry into press standards suffered a sense of humour failure.
Mohamed Bin Hammam has claimed to FIFA's new chief investigator that Sepp Blatter appears to be untouchable.
Mohamed bin Hammam has vowed to clear his name after FIFA's ethics committee opened investigation proceedings against him.
The former Fifa presidential candidate, Mohamed Bin Hammam, has been provisionally suspended by football's governing body only a week after his life ban for bribery was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.