The government has announced new legislation which will ban companies from using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to stop staff disclosing information to police, doctors or lawyers.
Labour force Survey figures, analysed by the TUC and released on Monday (July 22) show that more than 1.1m workers across the country are not getting any paid leave at all.
The Information Commissioner’s Officers (ICO) is considering allegations that personal data is being exploited by viral selfie-editing FaceApp.
The Government has announced that it will not hold an independent, judge-led inquiry into the UK’s alleged involvement in torture since 9/11, contrary to UN recommendations.
A cross-party group of MPs has today (July 18) launched a report revealing new evidence they claim reveals that the government took rash and unnecessarily hostile action against international students accused of cheating on an English language test five years ago.
RightsInfo has taken the opportunity to gather some key facts around the disabilities represented in the new emojis.
Phil Newby, 48, was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND) five years ago – a fatal and incurable illnesses which causes progressive weakness.
Police are visiting airports across the country in an effort to prevent children being taken abroad for forced marriages.
The Bank of England has today (July 15) announced that code-breaker Alan Turing will be honoured on its new £50 note – prompting hot debate on Twitter.
The UN special envoy must be appointed to tackle the “global crisis” of statelessness which has led to people in the UK and across the world being denied their basic human rights, a charity has urged.