Choirboy Jack Topping has landed a major record deal at the age of just 11.
Website owners have introduced a range of new features that aim to keep users safer from abuse
Charities commission claims disproportionate wages risk bringing 'the wider charitable world into disrepute'
The charity have teamed up with photographer Moises Samen to capture children and their families crossing boarders into neighbouring countries as part of today's World Refugee Day
Seasonal sweaters have shaken off their comedy image to become really rather stylish – and there's even a charity day devoted to wearing them. It's enough to make you jumper for joy
Contrary to popular belief, a degree from a top university doesn’t guarantee a job after university. Many graduates struggle for months to find gainful employment, filling out endless applications to no avail, with the spectre of their student loan hanging over them.
Nobody buys a concert ticket because of the name of the promoter at the top of the poster or on the ticket. Yet when something goes wrong on a tour or at an outdoor event the promoter often gets the blame – from the paying public, the media and the artists themselves. That this hardly ever happened to the British concert promoter Andrew Miller, during his four decades of putting on the likes of Barry Manilow, Meat Loaf and Nana Mouskouri, is testament to his organisational and personal qualities.
One young child in four around the world is too malnourished to grow properly, a major new investigation reveals
Lianne Gutcher meets the aid workers who help get youngsters working in the classroom – and not on the city's pavements
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Kissing babies is always good for a politician's career; releasing pictures of your own newborn in time for Sunday's papers is better.
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