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WHO and UNICEF condemn attacks on health workers in Pakistan

The World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNICEF join the Government of Pakistan and the provinces of Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in condemning the

Still the greenest government ever? A cartoon for WDM by Ben Jennings

The green promises have turned toxic. And in Ben Jennings’ depiction, so too have Cameron and Osborne.

Still the greenest government ever? A cartoon for WDM by Ben Jennings

The green promises have turned toxic. And in Ben Jennings’ depiction, so too have Cameron and Osborne.

Let's turbocharge the EU

All rights reserved. Credit: Nicolas Chauveau / Greenpeace Activists from Greenpeace France hang a banner at the Paris Motorshow The...

Let's turbocharge the EU

All rights reserved. Credit: Nicolas Chauveau / Greenpeace Activists from Greenpeace France hang a banner at the Paris Motorshow The...

News: Libor fine should mean time for change for RBS

Commenting on today's (17 December) news that Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) may face a £350m fine following the Libor scandal, Paul Daly, Corporate

UNA-UK launches major 'Arab Spring' publication

UNA-UK is delighted to launch 'After the Spring: Prospects for the Arab World in 2013' - a major publication produced in collaboration with WITAN M

A new norm of volatility?

Dan Iles takes a look at the latest World Bank food price figures.

A new norm of volatility?

Dan Iles takes a look at the latest World Bank food price figures.

Indecision at Doha

Nations at the UN summit at Doha last week agreed that talks should continue towards a global treaty to limit emissions by 2015, but no progress wa

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Stop Climate Chaos Scotland:
Today (Wednesday 19th September) people from all walks of life, from Inverness to Paisley to Ab
Spokes:

Being able to cycle more (9 people); feeling safer or more confident cycling (8 people); feeling...

John Ray Initiative:

Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?

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