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article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New curriculum: what kids - and parents - can expect

Schoolchildren start a "tough" new curriculum this week, which will see five-year-olds learning computer programming and a foreign language made compulsory for children aged six.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
New powers for police to seize terror suspects' passports

David Cameron tells parliament that police will have temporary new powers to seize passports of terror suspects at the UK border and to stop British-born suspected extremists from returning to the UK.

article 01 September 2014 UK, Spain
Ashya's parents
Ashya's parents remanded in custody in Spain

The parents of a five-year-old brain cancer patient, who took him out of hospital without doctors' consent, remain in custody in Spain after they told the court they did not want to be extradited.

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Read more from Geoff White on Technology You don't have to be a nude celebrity to be caught under a 'dark cloud'

Celebrities or not, the devices in our hands are a window onto vast amounts of data gathered and stored all over the world.

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
Ashya King's brother: 'We're afraid for his health'

Exclusive: The brother of Ashya King, the boy with a brain tumour taken from hospital by his parents, says in an interview with Channel 4 News that he fears his health may deteriorate.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on Liam's blog September weather: what would we normally expect?

The first part of September looks like it will see a return to summer-like warmth and sunshine, but what would we expect to see in a typical September?

article 01 September 2014 UK
News
Watch new 'plebgate' footage released by Met Police

Scotland Yard finally releases new CCTV footage revealing Andrew Mitchell's controversial encounter with police - now known as the "plebgate" incident - from the other side of Downing Street.

article 01 September 2014 UK
Why Britain's Establishment is unjust and unsustainable
Why Britain's Establishment is unjust and unsustainable

The term "Establishment" describes the network of official and social relations within which power is exercised. Owen Jones asks if something that reflects huge social inequalities can continue.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on Simon Israel's blog David Cameron's 'moment on terror' a numbers game

It only takes one wannabe British jihadist to slip through the net so the government's new anti-terror proposals must grapple with what measures can stop the flow.