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Children across the Stockport borough are set to benefit from a pioneering project in which one-page student profiles are used to personalise education.
Delivering its strongest performance yet, Ukip has made large gains in Thursday’s local council elections in the biggest rise by a fourth party since the second world war.
Press freedom is "vital for democracy" says the Executive Director of the European Publishers Council on World Press Freedom day.
A third of schools in England are leaving children unprepared for the physical and emotional changes during puberty, Ofsted has said.
A new report, launched by The Medical Protection Society and undertaken by ComRes, has suggested that patients may hold unrealistic expectations of what online access to records could do for them.
Voters across England are heading to the polls today in local elections, as both Conservatives and Liberal Democrats expect big losses.
Responding to worrying findings from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Liam Byrne warns: “We can’t go on like this"
The National Health IT Conference and Exhibition 2013, at the ICC in Birmingham. Day one: Tuesday 16th April Opening Plenary and Welcome.
Radu Sora believes open data can help businesses understand what their customers want, improving relationships and tailoring products.
Vice President of Telefonica Europe Dr Mike Short discussed the potential for open data in healthcare at Science Capital in Birmingham
Business Strategy Consultant Peter Roper believes that open data, particularly social media, is the way forward for businesses and SMEs alike.
Trade Union Congress (TUC's) anti-austerity priorities include guaranteeing jobs for young people and spreading the living wage across all sectors.
According to a white paper commissioned by Advanced Business Solutions, many public sector organisations are investing in shared services.
Anne Wilkinson from GrowthAccelerator discusses the benefits of using open data to maximise profitability in business.
Vicky Sargent discusses the blogosphere’s arguments for and against remote working, as opposed to the office-based working preferred by Yahoo! Chief Executive Marissa Mayer. Is flexible working the solution?
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia's science agency, have found blood-based markers to detect early stages of the disease.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has announced a £2m tourism partnership with Emirates airline as part of a strategy to grow visits by 29% before 2020.
Convicted male prisoners must wear prison uniform in their first two weeks and will be banned from watching films holding an 18 certificate, in a big government shakeup of the prison system.
The innovative 'passport' scheme, in which stickers and stamps are collected as the child is treated, is helping to relax children in Scotland's hospitals.
UK poverty charity the Joseph Rowntree Foundation have released a report outlining the devastating impact of localising council tax.
North-west search engine optimization company Ranking Solutions have warned local businesses that having a successful website means promoting it effectively.
With 120,000 passengers, our biggest challenge was keeping the train timetable going, a Project Manager from New Street Station's principle contractor admitted.
Nick Temple, the Director of Business and Enterprise at Social Enterprise UK, celebrates the new emphasis on promoting social value in communities.
As adult care costs spiral out of control and funds are cut in half, Simon Etherington from Objective Corporation says local government is facing the ‘graph of doom.’
The first claims for Universal Credit benefits have been made in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, replacing several distinct benefits with one single payout.