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One Area of Growth for Twitter: Government Info Requests on Users

Twitter may be having a few issues attracting new users but it’s become an increasingly popular service with government lawyers, who have been bombarding the social network with more requests for information on users. 324 more words


It's the interns last day at @fooddirec

It’s the interns last day at @fooddirections and they are gearing up for their final presos! cc @turnthe_paiges @mdeihs


Who pays for development?

I was just reading this on the Guardian’s Poverty Matters blog:

First, identify the most important issues. One of the main problems of the MDGs, as noted in countless analyses, was their failure to bring the major structural issues to the table.

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The Longitude Prize 2014 needs YOU

The Longitude Prize 2014 was announced a few weeks ago to much media fanfare. After a vote, the British public decided that the prize should focus on the rise of antibiotic resistance. 513 more words


Roma Inclusion?

My name is Brigitta Balogh and I am currently a second-year law student at the University of South Wales.I am on a work experience placement with the… 190 more words


Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world?

Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world? | Talk Video | TED.com.

Just got round to watching the policy advisor, Simon Anholt, on TED.COM who has dreamed up an unusual scale to get governments thinking outwardly: The Good Country Index. 56 more words

David Hoare appointed as Ofsted Chair.

Secretary of State for Education Nicky Morgan today announced the appointment of David Hoare as the next chair of Ofsted.

Mr Hoare, currently chairman of the Teenage Cancer Trust, will take up his post in September. 71 more words