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The Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair will take place at the Excel Centre in East London between 15-18 September.
Ukraine has reached an in principal agreement with some of its bondholders to reduce the amount of debt owed by 20 per cent and to suspend payments for four years.
Around 400,000 working mothers have children starting primary school across England and Wales this September, which poses new challenges for their work-life balance.
The latest Scottish Annual Household Survey suggests 27.8 per cent of Scots feel they belong to the Church of Scotland, a drop of 0.6 per cent on the previous year.
A court hearing in Pakistan tomorrow (31 August) could decide whether the government should be allowed to execute a severely disabled man.
Responding to the publication of new ONS figures on immigration to the UK, Amnesty has called for the government to “show some basic humanity”.
Nominees for the Liberty Human Rights Awards announced this week include ground-breaking activists, fearless young campaigners, lawyers and artists.
One of Britain's most senior educationists has asked the Principal of the University of Stirling to maintain its globally-recognised religious studies programme.
Quakers in Britain will run discussions, kite-making workshops, storytelling, songs, debates and meetings for worship at the Greenbelt festival of music, art and faith.
The University of Stirling has responded to concern over the imminent closure of its religion department, but the situation remains hugely uncertain.
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