NDAs’ contribution to “cover-up culture” is “deeply troubling”—with some employers withholding positive references or remedial action until staff sign NDAs, a parliamentary committee says.
Profile pictures across social media are turning blue in support of protesters in Sudan. However some are angry that it's taken this long for the political crisis to receive international attention, arguing that the Notre Dame received more sympathy. So do we care more about buildings than people?
Today is World Blood Donor Day, however with a 25 percent drop in male blood donors in the UK over the past five years, is it time to rethink the eligibility criteria for donors?
Two in three students approved of universities notifying their parents—or a “trusted adult”—under extreme circumstances. Such schemes could empower universities to notice patterns. But who defines which signals justify informing parents? A “crisis” could look different from person to person.
Given her resignation last Friday, prime minister Theresa May’s promise to make the UK carbon neutral by 2050 has surprised many. Her “net zero” pledge contradicts treasury recommendations, and raises questions about how departing leaders should use their final moments.