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The starting point for any successful charitable initiative should always be an awareness of a need that is not currently being met and a clear idea of how it could be.
Three months ago, when Jeremy Corbyn scraped onto the ballot for Labour leader with seconds to spare, I honestly thought there was no chance he would be elected.
Monday’s statement from Prime Minister David Cameron that a B
Scotland supporters will display a “Refugees Welcome” banner before tonight’s UEFA European Championship Qualifying match against Germany at Hampden Park in Glasgow, in support and identification w
“The Arts and Sciences, essential to the prosperity of the State and to the ornament of human life, have a primary claim to the encouragement of every lover of his country and mankind”.
Rehan Kurdi and her two small children, Aylan and Galip are dead. As the world now knows, they drowned while attempting to flee from the horrors of Kobane for a life of peace and safety in Europe.
George Osborne, the UK chancellor, announced that £500 million is to be spent on a nuclear submarine base in Scotland, securing or creating over 6,700 jobs and protecting the country.
August 2015 seems to have experienced some kind of identity crisis.
The University and Colleges Union has confirmed that, despite some claims to the contrary, staff in the threatened religion department are still facing redundancy notices.
‘Religion’ is part of a classification system that appears to the secular liberal as neutral, given unproblematically in consciousness as corresponding to how the world is, independent of the discu
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The Chancellor has today (November 25) set out the state of the economy in the Autumn Statement and his spending plans for the next four years in...
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