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January Blues: Are we prioritising our mental health?

With the difficulties many have faced during the coronavirus pandemic, and the uncertainty...

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Manchester disunited: A city's battle for clean air

More than 40 towns and cities in the UK have unsafe air pollution levels, according to the World...

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Sue Gray: The woman who could bring down Boris Johnson?

Senior civil servant Sue Gray is currently the most talked about person in British politics, but...

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Buildings for all: Women pioneers in the construction industry.

Women make up just over half of the UK’s population, but fewer than one-fifth of those...

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Cost of living: Is your job worse off following the COVID pandemic?

Inflation and energy prices are on the rise, but many professions aren’t seeing salary...

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Germany: Climate leader or climate villain?

Famous for its cars and beer - Germany is one of the most successful economies in the world, but...

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Prince Andrew on trial. What happens next?

The Duke of York's attempt to have the sexual assault lawsuit against him in the United States...

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Prince Andrew on trial. What happens next?

The Duke of York's attempt to have the sexual assault lawsuit against him in the United States...

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Partygate 2.0 - the hangover from hell for Boris Johnson?

Further allegations of rule-breaking during the first national COVID lockdown have outraged many...

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Has the Djokovic row exposed a vaccine problem in sport?

Novak Djokovic’s deportation battle with the Australian government has brought the vaccine...

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Has the Djokovic row exposed a COVID vaccine problem in sport?

Novak Djokovic’s deportation battle with the Australian government has brought the vaccine...

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Pink it and shrink it: Why the traditional approach to design for women is out of vogue.

According to research by the Design Council women buy 85% of household products. Yet only 5% of...

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Will 2022 be the year of climate action?

The climate change alarm bells rang louder than ever in 2021, with the consequences of a warming...

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Will Omicron tip the NHS into a winter crisis?

NHS hospitals up and down England are declaring critical incidents due to staff shortages and...

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Does England’s child protection system need reform?

The deaths of two children, Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson, shocked the nation and led to...

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Rethinking education: Should exams be scrapped for good?

In the two years since the start of the pandemic, GCSE and A Level exams have been scrapped in...

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The Y2K Prison Bug

The biggest, and very first story of the year 2000, involved a bug that was set to impact tens of...

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Revisiting: Can Israelis and Palestinians ever be friends?

Adel Budeiri's family is among those facing eviction from homes in east Jerusalem. Violence took...

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Revisiting: A week in Kabul - Face-to-face with the Taliban in Afghanistan

On 12 August, our chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay, producer Dominique van Heerden and camera...

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