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Closing down Golden Dawn will not prove a miracle cure for Greece

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Ofcom staff tried to access porn 4,00 times in three months

Watchdog says figure is consistent with its role in protecting children from harmful material

Public ‘unaware’ of care-home costs - and of probability they will need care themselves

People in Britain are “oblivious” to the cost of adult care and the likelihood of their own need for care in the future, a report warns today.

Tories could raise minimum wage in effort to dispel their image as the 'party of the rich'

Major U-turn by Conservatives who opposed Labour’s decision 15 years ago

'Education underclass' of children in the UK is still in nappies when they start school

Report slams Britain's poorest parents for not preparing their children to begin lessons at five, and criticises education system for not doing more to promote 'social justice'

New workers being ‘trapped in low-paid, part-time work’

The average income of the self-employed in 2011, which is down from £16,100 in 2002

German confidence up as powerhouse of EU economy continues to expand

German firms are feeling more confident than at any time in the past 16 months, according to the latest survey of the sector.

The IPPR wants to force the young to vote. It's a push in the right direction

Libertarians might run a mile, but radical steps are needed

Powers of new police commissioners should include authority to hire and fire prison governors, says report

The powers of the new Police and Crime Commissioners should be beefed up to include the authority to hire and fire prison governors and probation chiefs, ministers are advised in a report today.

Only one in 10 Britons has best friend of different race

Survey reveals extent of social segregation in UK – along both ethnic and class boundaries

The report, entitled Turning the Tide, called for action to revive the fortunes of seaside towns like Blackpool in Lancashire

'Dumping grounds for the poor': High levels of unemployment, drug addiction and teenage pregnancy leave British seaside towns locked in culture of 'poverty attracting poverty'

Britain now spends almost £2 billion-a-year on welfare payments in once-thriving seaside towns

ONS admits underestimating number of workers on controversial zero hours contracts

Official figure raised from 200,000 to 250,000 - with promise to change survey on which figures are based

John and Joy Mandy met at a school dance in 1969 and have been married for nearly 40 years

Childhood sweethearts more likely to endure the earlier you were born, study reveals

How the baby boomers made it last, but Thatcher’s children couldn’t

British muslim Maajid Nawaz is the country's most famous former Islamist fanatic

Former Islamist Maajid Nawaz to fight marginal parliamentary seat for Lib Dems in 2015 election

A former activist in the radical Islamic group Hizb ut-Tahrir has been chosen to fight a marginal parliamentary seat for the Liberal Democrats.

G20 think tank plans global crackdown on coporate tax avoidance

New global rules to force tax avoiders to “pay their fair share” will be introduced under a 15-point action plan launched by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) think tank today. 

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