New rules are designed to bring Britain more in line with global best practise
Outsourced cleaners claim better terms on sick pay and annual leave
Arrest made after ULU failed to notify police about a demonstration yesterday
Demonstration was mostly peaceful, with isolated confrontations with police
Reform is coming to the Civil Service, but some worry it will harm more than help
Police have been accused of using disproportionate force after arresting a student protester inside the University of London Union for chalking on university property.
Rare survey of party members shows lack of faith in leadership and general election chances
Eleanor Doughty has been forced to hang on the line one too many times...
From the gross dudes who can't tell the difference between lust and disgust to the personal space invaders, trips to the gym would be much more therapeutic, well, alone...
Research shows growing gap between students in the UK and those in Taiwan and Hong Kong
Two mediums who claimed to have psychic powers were unable to demonstrate their ability under laboratory conditions.
Government study suggests long-term exposure to chemicals can destroy colonies
Leading neuroscientists believe that the UK Government may be about to sanction the development of chemical incapacitants for British police that would be banned in warfare under an international treaty on chemical weapons.
A decade of hard graft by Living Wage campaigners has forced employers to recognise that higher salaries boost productivity
The theatre of ancient Japan is too extreme for most Japanese, so why can't Edinburgh's audiences get enough of it?