The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development issued a press release in Paris this afternoon saying: 25/08/2016 – In a ceremony at OECD Headquarters in Paris today, Burkina Faso, Malaysia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Samoa signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance i
A mother has talked about the moment her eight-year-old son who has autism tried to kill himself after telling her “being asleep is easier than being awake.” Rex Morgan, from Hampshire, suffers from Autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) have released figures that show 391 people died from malnutrition in 2015. There were 746 hospital admissions for malnutrition in just 12 months. The statistics also show two people in the UK are admitted to hospital with the condition every day in what campaigners have called a "national scandal." Health minister…
In a new attack from the right-wing “Progress”, Richard Angell has laid-out how “Corbynistas” can stop online abuse. As Director, Richard has a responsibility to present the facts and win an argument. He has done neither. Let me start by stating the obvious: abuse - of any kind (to quote our “dear leader”) – is…
The controversial new junior doctors’ contract must be suspended pending an inquiry into damning claims that plans for a 7-day NHS are ridden with danger, the Deputy Labour Leader has said. Tom Watson demanded an inquiry after leaked papers outlined a string of potential problems with the 7-day proposals cited by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt as the key reason for imposing the contract. It comes after internal documents suggested the NHS has too few staff and too little money to deliver the government’s plan.
A “collapse” in the value of pay, alongside soaring unsecured debt means 1.6 million families are now living in extreme debt in the UK, according to a new report. Excluding mortgages, unsecured debt increased by £48 billion to £353 billion in the three years to 2015, according to figures from the TUC and Unison. The unions’ joint report, Britain in the Red, said there were 3.2 million households in “problem debt”, paying out more than a quarter of household income on unsecured debt repayments.
The Government has dismissed concerns that it is in “denial and disarray” over its continued sales of arms to Saudi Arabia. The autocratic petro-state is currently engaged in a bombing campaign in Yemen where it has blown up hospitals, schools, and weddings as part of its intervention against Houthi rebels. Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, the UN’s high commissioner for human rights, has said that “carnage” caused by certain Saudi coalition airstrikes against civilian targets appear to be war crimes.
In February 2015, the characteristically intemperate David Cameron said that the Conservatives are "waging an all-out war on mediocrity" in schools. In higher education, there is a drive to quantify the humanities and make them achievement-oriented instead of collaborative and intellectual. This is a government that have already proposed a retrogressive, enforced segregation of pupils based on ability, setting…
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