Prosecutors could be forced to meet victims before making charging decisions
Prosecutors could be made to meet with victims before making a charging decision in cases of rape and other serious crimes, under new proposals put forward by the government.
At the Mindsailors Design Studio, powerful ideas travel from sketches to fully assembled products under one roof - Yanko Design
When you say the words design process, the common misconception is that it's a formulaic approach that leads to results... However, the design 'process' (which I believe isn't the right word, to begin with) is a shapeshifting methodical approach that requires understanding a problem and time to develop a solution.
Row erupts as Haringey approves its first Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
P rotesters are claiming that Haringey has run roughshod over its own consultation after the council passed three new Low Traffic Networks (LTN's).
Biden, Putin begin talks, RIA says, after U.S. warning of toughest sanctions yet if Russia invades Ukraine | amNewYork
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Traditional owners apply for judicial review to stop South Australia nuclear waste dump
Traditional owners say they will keep fighting to stop a nuclear waste dump planned for South Australia.
Campaign to make misogyny a hate crime rebuffed by Law Commission
A coalition of women's rights campaigners have voiced their disappointment and frustration after the Law Commission decided to reject a proposal to make misogyny a hate crime.
Hershey Bears COVID-19 outbreak causes five games to be postponed
The Washington Capitals are currently facing a COVID-19 outbreak on their roster as three players have ended up in COVID protocol during the last week: Nic Dowd, Garnet Hathaway, and Trevor van Riemsdyk.
Drake withdraws his two 2022 Grammy nominations
Drake has decided to withdraw his two Grammy nominations.
Ex-Tory minister seeks end to immigration fees for overseas veterans
A former Conservative defence minister is trying to force ministers to waive hefty immigration fees faced by Commonwealth soldiers and their families who want to live in the UK at the end of their military service.
Euro banknotes to get first big redesign with 19-nation consultation
Euro banknotes are facing a redesign for the first time since their launch two decades ago, with a plan to make the currency "more relatable to Europeans of all ages and backgrounds".