Is it possible to have faith in a system of self-regulation when those developing that system are not even opening their discussions to public scrutiny? "Who guards the guardians?" is a question still pertinent today, well over a year after it was first posed by Lord Justice Leveson in launching his inquiry.
Accessible Work For All (AWFA) finds and vets thousands of jobs every single day in an effort to alert the disabled community of roles that are right for them. These roles could be in a local company or working from home as a freelancer.
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On the surface, Britain and India have much in common, including a language, a legal system, and cultural links. However, all this potential is yet to be translated into the unique relationship that Britain says it desires.
The start of 2013 has heralded many good headlines about the health of fine wine investment and it's looking like a positive year for investors.
If weapons would actually bring safety for people in general the USA, the country with the most weapons per capita, would be the safest country of the world.
Treating employees with dignity and respect is not just good for people, it's good for business. Research shows that workers are more productive when they're happier,
Taking a leaf from Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands's book, Pope Benedict XVI announced this week that he was jacking it in and retiring to spend more time with his best buddy, playing golf, raising hell and chasing tail. It was in Latin, so that's a rough translation.
The work of our coalition has resonated keenly with many professional journalists too. Kira Cochrane in The Guardian suggested that "it's sobering to think that the most prominent image of a woman in our papers each day is of a teenager or twentysomething in her pants".
On some level, you have to feel sorry for Chris Huhne.
For local TV it will be crucial to deliver quality news programming, but it needs to be innovative and distinctive so it complements the other TV news that people already watch.
The ombudsman further investigated 4,399 of the 16,337 complaints made to them about the NHS. 10,565 of the complainants were still in the process of making their complaint to the NHS and were advised by the ombudsman to either write an official letter (if they hadn't already) or wait for the response from the NHS.
Terrorism is obviously the "access all areas pass" - but many more Europeans die slipping in the shower or from ill-fitting moped helmets than from "terrorism".
Last week, lawyers for the police were partly successful in pushing a case concerning what has been described as the "sexual and psychological abuse of campaigners for social justice ... by undercover police officers" into a secret tribunal, from which little if any evidence of just how this was allowed to happen will emerge.
This is not a question of being pro-European or even Eurosceptic. This is simply about democracy. The people of this great nation have not had a say on Europe since 1975. Indeed, in 1975 we were given a retrospective referendum on our membership to the EEC.
After ten years of non-smoking policy in New York the bars have more visitors now, because the vast majority turned out to prefer a healthier environment.