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Will Dunn edits the New Statesman's regular policy supplement, Spotlight.
The full cost to the public purse of decommissioning offshore oil rigs built in the 1970s may not be known until the 2060s, warns auditor.
The Science and Technology Committee is to monitor reporting of clinical trials by universities and will question those that don’t improve.
At this point, many importers would rather bank on a depressing certainty – but for some, even good planning may not be enough.
Facebook’s essential facility is unclear – is it a social network; a publisher of video, text, pictures and games; a communications service; or an advertising agency?
In garages and sheds, a dedicated band of amateurs is trying to answer the biggest question in energy: whether controlled nuclear fusion can power the world.
Nuclear fusion could offer the world clean and effectively limitless power.
The mother of a young baby complained that the advert, which appeared in her News Feed, was untrue and distressing in nature.
The chief executive of the National Cyber Security Centre on protecting the UK’s businesses.
The chair of the Health Select Committee talks about defending the NHS from “the awkward corner” and not toeing the party line.
Buying enquiries from China for residential property in the UK more than tripled in the first half of this year, with Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Edinburgh experiencing the highest growth.