Police Scotland's new 'We Can Stop It' campaign targets young men in an attempt to spread awareness of what does and does not constitute consent in sex.
Labour has promised every young person out of work for 12 months a 'starter job' in lieu of benefits if the party wins the 2015 general election.
UK economic growth will exceed expectations by topping the pre-recession peak by Q2 of 2014, BCC says.
Open data sharing is an integral part of the Smart City Roadmap, an initiative recently launched by the Smart City Commission and Birmingham City Council.
“Equality for women is progress is all”, is the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, held on 8th March.
Government failures have lead to the health and lives of millions of people across the globe being threatened, a leading human rights organisation has claimed.
The government is upgrading the rail network that serves England's northern cities, originally known as the Manchester Hub the scheme is now called coast to coast.
Scottish Health Secretary Alex Neil says £10m investment will ensure patients in Scotland have secure online access to their own health information by 2020.
Whilst early surgery for patients with prostate cancer does save lives, the benefits may not outweigh the risks for some in older age groups, says a new study.
A low ratio between the length of the index and ring fingers indicates high risk for developing osteoarthritis in the knee, a new study has confirmed.