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According to new research, official figures do not paint a true picture of the number of people at risk of homelessness...

Homelessness figures do not give a true picture

According to new research, official figures do not paint a true picture of the number of people at risk of homelessness. High rents, cuts to...
Scottish young voters plan to take a step forward

Scottish young voters plan to take a step forward

It is expected plans to include 16- and 17-year-olds in the Scottish electoral system will take a step forward later today The push to give...
The role of chemistry in drug discovery and development

The role of chemistry in drug discovery and development

Sriram Radhakrishnan, Healthcare Analyst at Frost & Sullivan details the vital role chemistry plays in drug discovery and development Drug discovery and development is one...
British workers take home less money

British workers take home less money

New research has revealed that almost all British workers are taking home less money in real terms than in 2001, with men and young...
Report calls for fire safety talks

Report calls for fire safety talks

The deaths of a number of firefighters since 2004 could have been prevented if risk assessments and good practice had been followed, according to...
Is social care the latest casualty of austerity?

Is social care the latest casualty of austerity?

As the problems in social care continue to grow, the head of the Local Government Association has called for an extra £1.1bn funding to...
The evolution of Danish pig farming

The evolution of Danish pig farming

The pig farming industry in Denmark is longstanding with 90% of pork produced exported worldwide. The Danish Agriculture & Food Council provides insight to...
Lung cancer death rates may overtake breast cancer

Lung cancer death rates may overtake breast cancer

For the first time, the number of European women who have died as a result of lung cancer is expected to be higher than...
NI ambulance workers to strike

NI ambulance workers to strike

From noon until midnight on Thursday, ambulance workers across Northern Ireland will strike in a protest over pay... The UK's health service has had a...
Innovative technology for armoured vehicles for the frontline

Innovative technology for armoured vehicles for the frontline

Professor Bryn James, Senior Fellow from the Physical Protection Group at Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) outlines how new technology is helping frontline...
Councils lose track of 100,000 Neets

Councils lose track of 100,000 Neets

The Public Accounts Committee has warned that around 100,000 teenagers who are supposed to be tracked by Whitehall have disappeared off the radar. Margaret Hodge,...
Small energy companies win customer satisfaction

Small energy companies win customer satisfaction

According to Which? magazine, small energy companies achieved better customer satisfaction ratings than the big six firms. Analysis found that energy company npower achieved the...
Northern Ireland Executive passes 2015-16 budget

Northern Ireland Executive passes 2015-16 budget

The Northern Ireland Executive has passed its 2015-16 budget, which includes an extra £150m funding. Due to increased funding set out in the Chancellor's Autumn...
The growing crisis in the NHS

The growing crisis in the NHS

Adjacent Digital Politics examines the crisis facing the NHS, why it came about, and what—if anything—can be done to fix it. The NHS is in...
Oil and gas union leaders hold talks in Aberdeen

Oil and gas union leaders hold talks in Aberdeen

The future of the oil and gas industry will be discussed today in Aberdeen after it was announced hundreds of workers face job losses. Today,...
A solution to combat fuel poverty

A solution to combat fuel poverty

The NIA is calling on all political parties to recognise that home energy efficiency needs to be defined as a National Infrastructure Priority to...
Learning plays a vital role in enhancing performance

Learning plays a vital role in enhancing performance

Learning and development plays a vital role in enhancing employees and organisational performance, as detailed by Ruth Stuart, Research Adviser at CIPD. Learning does not...
Parents think schooling costs are unaffordable

Parents think schooling costs are unaffordable

Research suggests that many parents have concerns about the cost of schooling their children. It seems that the rising cost of childcare is not the...
Global challenges facing the agriculture sector

Global challenges facing the agriculture sector

Gavin Whitmore, Biodiversity Manager at European Crop Protection Association (ECPA) sheds light on the global challenges that face the agriculture sector Farmers and an impressive...
Modernising healthcare the nuclear way

The role of nuclear medicine in modern society

AG spoke to Dr Arturo Chiti, President Elect of the European Association for Nuclear Medicine (EANM) about the role nuclear medicine plays in modern...

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