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The University of Stirling has responded to concern over the imminent closure of its religion department, but the situation remains hugely uncertain.
The UK government has refused to support a British student’s request to be released from a UAE prison, despite his having been tortured into a false confession, says Reprieve.
Young people’s falling long-term economic prospects will not be improved by cutting pensioner benefits to fund more public spending on the young, says a new TUC report.
The University of Stirling’s plans to close its globally-recognised teaching and research on religion in contemporary society is causing widespread concern.
A Scottish university with an important track record of independent, critical enquiry on the impact of religion is planning to scrap its pioneering religion department.
Church of Scotland leaders have urged members to sign a declaration which calls on governments around the world to ensure that every child is able to go to school.
A new survey by employment law specialists Slater and Gordon finds that almost 60 per cent of people have suffered or observed workplace bullying.
Rail fares for season tickets and other regulated fares, have risen nearly three times faster than wages over the last five years, according to new analysis from the TUC.
The Green Party has accused ministers of waging a "war on young people" after they announced plans to send unemployed young people on three-week “boot camps”.
The UK Bisexual Convention (BiCon) has celebrated a record turnout at its annual three-day gathering, held this year in Nottingham.
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