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Anthony Caro, leading artist of his generation, died last week leaving the art community to reflect on his astounding contribution to British sculpture in the twentieth century. Both building on

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Fracking has sparked a controversial debate in recent months over the dangerous environmental consequences of its implementation, despite the potential financial benefit in energy saving. Fracking is the process of

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The long-running debate about the full-faced veil (the niqab) has arisen again in relation to a witness’s right to provide evidence in court whilst wearing the niqab. The 22-year old witness

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The Republic of Ireland is proposing a relaxation of its staunch anti-abortion legislation, to permit women for the first time to terminate their pregnancies if their lives are in danger

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After two months of political gridlock, Italy’s new Prime Minister, Enrico Letta, has made history in Italy by appointing the greatest number of women MPs to the Cabinet than any

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The Van Gogh museum has recently revealed that the colours in Van Gogh’s paintings are not quite as vibrant as the original colours the artist used in the 1880s and

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The recent outbreak of measles in Swansea has caused serious concerns for the health of the city’s inhabitants. Under current investigation by a coroner, is the fatality of a 25-year

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Legislation passed by Parliament, known as statute law, can be very complicated. Many statutes are incomprehensible and inaccessible to those untrained in how to read and interpret legislation. The website

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