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Such social enterprise businesses will be celebrated by Social Saturday, an event designed to encourage consumers to spend their cash at the 70,000 British businesses 'trading for people and the planet'
So far there are UK events planned in Brighton, Leeds, London, Nottingham, Sheffield and Totnes and all have Facebook pages giving details
The designers say that as the biodegradable capsule breaks down its contents will nourish a sapling planted above it, giving a whole new meaning to the expression family tree
The story of how UK Jews – including Vidal Sassoon – fought a wave of post-war anti-Semitism is to be the subject of a TV drama series
Those named on the new hitlist say it represents a deliberate targeting of intellectuals and people who are fighting to keep Bangladesh a secular country
Briton says the university 'teaches in English , at a fraction of the cost of comparable universities in the UK, in a beautiful setting of a lively student town'
What the contracts mean for students - and why they shouldn't necessarily be turned down
Editor of rankings says 'bizarre' inclusion of international students - in UK's drive to lower net migration numbers - sends a 'terrible message to the brightest and most ambitious students globally'
'The ministry might find it an opportunity to exchange support with the United Kingdom', leaked cable reportedly reads
One expert tells the film how student victims are ‘discouraged from going to the police because, if they do, it’s more likely to end up as a public record’
The WEF said that an over-reliance on imports - where the UK is ranked 115th - and weak exports has affected its competitiveness.
Research claims 'no evidence currently that increasing dietary calcium intake prevents fractures'
Glencore shares tumbled to a record low; Asian markets are down; UK lending and money supply figures are coming
Murray argues that poverty, education and the state of the country’s public services were 'much, much, much bigger issues'
A deal that will give the final go-ahead for Hinkley Point C in Somerset is due to be signed by ministers next month
Mr Cameron told reporters that it was in the UK's national interest to use its resources and expertise to improve existing efforts