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World third-largest mobile phone company wishes to follow example of US companies, publishing regular 'transparency reports' on data requests

Shopping vouchers, cash incentives and extra holidays: Immigration officers reportedly rewarded for winning tribual cases against asylum seekers

The move is understood to be part of the Home Office's 'performance measurement process'

Lisa Bonchek Adams has over 11,500 followers on Twitter

Fighting talk: Should cancer sufferers describe their illness as a battle?

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New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bill Keller has responded to criticism over his article on cancer patient Lisa Bonchek Dams

Former New York Times editor Bill Keller and wife Emma cause outrage over pieces about breast cancer patient Lisa Bonchek Adams

Bill Keller wrote a response to The New York Times public editor explaining his piece after he and his wife were heavily criticsed

Up to 40,000 people could have been wrongly identified as eligible for the so-called 'bedroom tax'

'Up to 40,000' people wrongly identified as eligible for 'bedroom tax' – and may have already been forced to move

Up to 40,000 people could have been wrongly identified as eligible for the so-called “bedroom tax”, according to a report.

UK Porn trends: From 'Lisa Ann' to 'British', Pornhub reveals what we search for

Pornhub reveals the most popular porn search terms in Britain

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'

Simon Hoggart dies: Tributes for Guardian journalist and Radio 4 broadcaster

Hoggart, who spent the majority of his career at The Guardian, died on Sunday

In a new interview bound to stir up fresh feminist debate, the TV presenter claimed that all women who work take pleasure in their household duties because it keeps them sane.

Kirstie Allsopp: ‘Women enjoy doing household chores because it keeps them sane’

In a new interview bound to stir up fresh feminist debate, the TV presenter claimed that all women who work take pleasure in their household duties

Peter Tatchell (L) has called Michael Johnson's inclusion of the FA's Inclusion Advisory Board into question after his anti-homosexual comments in 2012

FA forced to defend appointment of gay slur equality board member Michael Johnson

Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has called Johnson's inclusion into question after he labelled homosexuality as 'detestable' in 2012

Labour claim energy companies paid nearly £4bn above the average market rate for electricity over a three year period... and passed the costs on to the consumer

Energy companies paid nearly £4bn above the average market rate for their electricity and charged customers about £150 extra over three years as a result, the Labour party has claimed.

Figures obtained from the Link network by the Guardian newspaper showed there were 269 low-income areas without a free ATM nearby

'It makes Wonga look like Santa Claus': MP attacks lack of free ATMs available to people in poorest areas

The 'grotesque practice' of charging low-income people to withdraw their own money from bank accounts has been condemned after a report revealed that more than 300,000 of the poorest people in Britain live at least 1km from a cash machine that does not charge for withdrawals.

Scientists found that including data from the Arctic eliminated any 'pause' in global average temperatures

Earth 'will heat up by 4C' by the year 2100, scientists predict

Rise is twice that considered dangerous by climate scientists

Alistair Burt has warned that the parliamentary vote against military action in Syria has potentially created a dangerous precedent

Former Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt warns of dangerous precedent created by Parliament's Syria vote

'There is now a question mark about what parliament actually will authorise military support for,' he told The Guardian

In his New Year message, John Cridland will insist that firms need to offer employees the chance of progressing in their careers

CBI boss calls on companies to pay staff more than minimum wage

The head of the CBI will today call for companies to start paying their staff more, saying the large number of people working for the minimum wage is a “serious challenge” that business and the Government must address.

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