Sue Christoforou

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Rich More Likely To Think They Can Live On £53 A Week Than The Poor

An overwhelming majority of people do not think they could live on £53 a week - but rich people are more likely than poor people to believe it is …

After the crowd leaves

THOUSANDS of products have been made using seed money obtained via crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Yet once the money is raised, …

Ten reasons to travel in April

Saudi Arabia 'may end' Twitter user anonymity | Saudi Arabia News

Saudi Arabia may try to end anonymity for Twitter users in the country by limiting access to the site to people who register their identification documents, the <i>Arab News</i> daily reported.<p>Last week, local media reported the government had asked telecom companies to look at ways they could monitor, or …

Granada beyond the Alhambra

Granada’s Alhambra, a 1000-year-old palace complex that rises like an Arabian Nights fantasy at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, is a hard act to follow. After basking in the glory of its foppish Nasrid rulers amid ornate palaces and even more ornate gardens, everything else threatens …

Granada

Michael Gove threatens to strip Doncaster council of children's services

The education secretary, Michael Gove, has threatened to strip a council of its children's services responsibilities after consistent failures in its …

Nick Clegg proposes tax breaks on bonuses at employee-owned firms

Nick Clegg will propose tax breaks on bonuses handed out to staff in employee-owned firms as part of an attempt to boost what he calls the "John …

Labour warns of teacher shortage

The shadow education secretary, Stephen Twigg, is warning of a crisis in teacher numbers, saying a surge in pupils will leave schools short of 15,000 …

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