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2014/08/30 23:45
2014/08/30 23:45
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BEFORE I begin, I wish to make it clear I did not attend the CBI dinner with the Prime Minister last week. Mindful of the strictures of the Electoral Commission, I stayed at home with a glass of tap...
2014/08/30 23:45
2014/08/30 23:45
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2014/08/20 10:45
2014/08/20 10:45
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ALMOST ONE million Scots cannot afford adequate housing conditions and more than a quarter of a million are not properly fed, research has shown. The largest study of poverty ever conducted in the UK...
2014/08/19 16:34
2014/08/19 16:34
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The need to promote this mutual process is a key message that is emerging from our research into how young people have sex in England. London - We often talk about educating young people about...
2014/08/17 02:09
2014/08/17 02:09
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At first, the idea was modest: perhaps a cup of tea in someone's front room. But when one friend who was leaning towards Yes asked Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to join the talk, we decided to...
2014/08/16 18:42
2014/08/16 18:42
16d
Once out of reach of most people's pockets, chicken is now an affordable part of the UK diet. Our appetite for factory chicken has gone up as fast as its price has come down. As a lean, nutritional...
2014/08/16 01:53
2014/08/16 01:53
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A recent report shows that a large number of Scottish voters are still unsure about the outcome of Scottish independence, Press TV reports. According to a report published by the Economic and Social...
2014/08/15 21:53
2014/08/15 21:53
17d
Scots fear unpredictable future in independent Scotland Now to the UK, where the Scottish independence vote is almost a month away. Scottish voters will go to the polls on September 18th but...
Read more at Press TV, Rappler
2014/08/15 11:45
2014/08/15 11:45
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UNDECIDED voters are moving towards the Yes camp in the referendum and could still swing the outcome next month, new research today has found. Support for Yes stands at 47.5% when taking in undecided...
Read more at Scotsman, heraldscotland
2014/08/08 12:39
2014/08/08 12:39
24d
Cardiff University researchers will discover public perceptions of the recent horse meat scandal for the first time by analysing social media data. The extensive media coverage revealed not only...
2014/08/06 03:55
2014/08/06 03:55
26d
During Chinese premier Li Keqiang’s last visit to the UK, China signed a series of deals on energy and low carbon technology, and a declaration of cooperation on climate change. A few weeks later,...
2014/08/05 18:29
2014/08/05 18:29
27d
Sustainability and corporate social responsibility in small and medium-sized companies is arguably a final frontier of research and learning. With important aspects hidden under metaphorical scholarly...
2014/08/05 11:02
2014/08/05 11:02
27d
A ground-breaking Mansfield Business Improvement District (Mansfield BID) initiative to bring free wifi to town centre shoppers, businesses and visitors has been highlighted as best practice in a...
2014/08/05 06:08
2014/08/05 06:08
27d
Scientists at Queen's University Belfast have received £500,000 to investigate global food fraud and help prevent criminal activity within the industry. The two year project will investigate...
2014/08/04 00:10
2014/08/04 00:10
29d
TROLLS: The study wanted to explore the levels of online abuse minority groups face [CHANNEL 4] Researchers have bagged a whopping £750,000 grant to examine the flak suffered by the likes of White...
2014/08/03 18:09
2014/08/03 18:09
29d
Hall also made waves by suggesting at a Town and Country Planning Association conference that Heathrow should be closed and replaced with a new airport in the Thames Estuary, potentially offshore — an...
2014/08/03 14:45
2014/08/03 14:45
29d
With just weeks to go until Scotland’s historic independence referendum, new leaflets and information booklets are being made available to help voters north of the border make up their minds. A new...
Read more at Scotsman, heraldscotland
2014/08/03 07:00
2014/08/03 07:00
29d
Back in the early 1990s, I used to play the video game Tetris on my Nintendo Game Boy. I was really good at it — if I do say so myself — and I used to play for hours every day. When I went to bed I...
2014/08/03 03:09
2014/08/03 03:09
29d
It is unclear if Uganda's decision to strike down its anti-homosexuality laws is a direct result of the Glasgow Kiss but it undoubtedly helped. The Uganda gay rights campaigner Frank Mugisha said...
2014/08/30 23:45
2014/08/30 23:45
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