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post 01 January 2001
Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Who cares? Record numbers of children in care facing poor outcomes

It costs more to keep a child in care than the fees for Eton, but the average care leaver still faces poor educational achievement and higher rates of mental health problems or imprisonment.

post 01 January 2001
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog At breakneck speed a new UK takes shape

As the deadline for proposals on devolving more powers to Scotland approached, ministers were busy trying to secure last-minute deals for their own spending departments

article 27 November 2014 UK, Australia
Cricket world in shock over death of Phil Hughes
Phil Hughes

Tributes pour in for Phillip Hughes, the Australia batsman struck on the head by a bouncer two days ago, after his death is announced.

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article 27 November 2014 UK
News
Andrew Mitchell loses 'plebgate' libel case

The former Conservative chief whip says he is "bitterly disappointed" after a judge finds, on the balance of probability, he did use the word "pleb" during a row with Downing Street police in 2012.

post 27 November 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: do black Americans commit more crime?

Anti-police protests continue across America after the Michael Brown killing. But does the black community have tough questions to answer too?

article 27 November 2014 UK, Bulgaria
UK Border Agency (Getty Images)
Why is net migration rising?

New figures show 260,000 more people came into the UK than left in the year up to June 2014, shattering David Cameron's pledge to reduce the numbers to under 100,000. So what is the problem?

article 27 November 2014 UK
News
'Scotland's destiny is back in their hands'

The Smith Commission recommendations appear to have reinvigorated many young Scots disillusioned after the referendum. Is Scotland back in control of its destiny?

post 27 November 2014
Read more from Jackie Long on her blog Who cares? Record numbers of children in care facing poor outcomes

It costs more to keep a child in care than the fees for Eton, but the average care leaver still faces poor educational achievement and higher rates of mental health issues or imprisonment.

post 27 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog At breakneck speed a new UK takes shape

As the deadline for proposals on devolving more powers to Scotland approached, ministers were busy trying to secure last-minute deals for their own spending departments.

article 27 November 2014 World, Afghanistan
Afghanistan
British and Afghan worker killed in embassy attack in Kabul

A British national and one Afghan working for the embassy were killed during an attack on a vehicle in Kabul, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Kylie Morris on her blog Ferguson riots: the story, but not the whole story

America watches as anger in Ferguson continues to rage, and spreads to the other parts of the country - but are they getting the whole truth?

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog UN role for Cameron's mate Lansley would be 'appalling'

A chorus of concern is growing at the prospect of David Cameron's former Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley being put forward for a senior humanitarian role at the United Nations.

post 26 November 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Scottish Labour in despair

I've spent the afternoon taking the temperature of Labour MPs after their party's decision to back 100 per cent devolution of income tax to Holyrood. The temperature is at morgue chiller levels.

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Jonathan Rugman his blog Save The Children richer than ever thanks to the policies of Tony Blair

As they protest the decision of their US colleagues to give a legacy award to Tony Blair, are the UK staff of Save The Children guilty of biting the hand that feeds them?

article 26 November 2014 UK, Syria
News
British brothers jailed after Calais terror training bust

Two brothers who were arrested in Calais trying to get back into Britain have been jailed after admitting to conspiring to attend a terror training camp in Syria.

article 26 November 2014 UK
It is rare to be allowed inside a children's home to talk to sexual abuse victims. They have been let down by adults they trust, so why should they trust anyone else? Cordelia Lynch reports.
Inside the home for sexually abused girls

It is rare to be allowed inside a children's home to talk to sexual abuse victims. They have been let down by adults they trust, so why should they trust anyone else? Cordelia Lynch reports.

article 26 November 2014 UK
Islamic State
by Forget Facebook: jihadists are using different networks

Facebook faces criticism for failing to act over an online chat in which one of Lee Rigby's murderers discussed "killing a soldier" - but it is hardly the only route terrorists use to communicate.

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Winterbourne View report: why has there not been more progress?

Today's report on the care of people with learning disabilities in England is full of horrible words and phrases like "stakeholder" - a shame, because it's important.

video 26 November 2014 World

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Afrika Bambaataa: the problems in Ferguson are global

He is the father of electro funk, the godfather of hip hop and the creator of the Universal Zulu Nation. Afrika Bambaataa tells us why the issues in Ferguson are a global problem/

post 26 November 2014
Read more from Geoff White on Technology Is Facebook really capable of monitoring terrorists?

Bearing in mind Facebook moderators sometimes have trouble telling the difference between breastfeeding and porn, I reckon they'd struggle to distinguish angry boasts from genuine threats to life.

post 26 November 2014
Read more on Liam's blog Frost and fog to start December - but probably no snow

With November about to draw to a close, the arrival of December marks the start of meteorological winter, with thoughts not only of Christmas in our minds, but also the prospect of snow.

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