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The latest international clampdown on tax evasion must involve both rich and poor countries if it is to stop criminals hiding billions, campaigners say.
Over a thousand people will take action against Npower and other Big Six energy companies on the day that the UK winter death statistics are released.
Libyan authorities must actively protect protesters from attacks by armed militia during ongoing demonstrations or risk further bloodshed, says Amnesty.
Scotland’s favourite Time Lord, David Tennant, is supporting the fight against the disease that killed a popular former Glasgow University student.
Advice often given to young people is study hard, get your A-Levels, go to University, and then take up a profession. Perhaps become a teacher, lawyer, engineer etc.
Ahead of the Radical Independence Conference in Glasgow, Patrick Harvie MSP says Scotland’s radical voices have a crucial role to play in attracting 'Yes' voters.
"Christians 'face extinction' in their ancient homelands because of a rising tide of sectarian attacks." That was the way the Daily Telegraph signalled the content of a talk by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi last week.
A new paper on banking policy calls for RBS's retail operations in Scotland to be transformed into a network of local banks to boost regional lending to small businesses.
Child-friendly spaces are being set up in Northern Cebu to give children a place to play, learn, and recover from trauma after the horrific Philippines typhoon.
The UK government has been accused of making an empty pledge on overseas fossil fuel projects, in another blow to its green pretensions.