Health secretary seeks to protect whistleblowers who sound the alarm about health service failings
Group aims to challenge anti-immigration rhetoric ahead of the general election with nationwide campaign
Group of academics, former prison governors and health professionals are 'deeply concerned'
High-interest bonds 'important for recovery' but critics warn that it's a 'subsidy to wealthy pensioners'
HSBC's Swiss bank revelations likely to amplify calls for crackdown on tax evasion and offshore havens
Former consultant paediatrician Michael Salmon was struck off in 1990s because of assaults
Investigatory Powers Tribunal says GCHQ was not sufficiently transparent with the public
Leader of the Front National tells the Oxford Union it is time to stop free movement of jihadists
The 'damaging' NHS reforms made by the coalition have been condemned by a leading think-tank
Poundland hopes to acquire 251 shops, expanding its dominance of the single-priced retail market
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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