Companies today own around 2.6m hectares of land – 18% of England and Wales.
The UK's data protection regulator has failed to follow its own advice, admitting a privacy notice for its own staffers – one of its key recommendations for GDPR compliance – remains "under construction".
The vast majority of UK businesses have suffered data breaches over the past 12 months, many of them multiple times, according to new research.
A serious flaw in the Conservative party’s official conference phone application has made the private data of senior party members, including cabinet ministers, accessible to anyone who logged in as a conference attendee.
Many of these companies have profited from war and fuelled atrocities around the world. Schools are vital to our society and should never be used as commercial vehicles for arms companies.
Firms face a growing threat from ransomware, data breaches and weaknesses in the supply chain. Organisations which don’t take cybersecurity extremely seriously in the next year are risking serious financial and reputational consequences. It is clear that even if an organisation has excellent cybersecurity, there can be no guarantee that the same standards are applied by contractors and third-party suppliers in the supply chain. Attackers will target the most vulnerable part of a supply chain to reach their intended victim.
The cybersecurity talent gap is greater than for any other digital skills, according to new research from Capgemini, as Brexit begins to take its toll.
he spectrum of organisations to which former suffragettes pinned their allegiances after the war, ranging from the British Union of Fascists to the Communist Party – and everything in between – prove that the movement was far from homogeneous.
in the face of encroaching industrialism, handmade lace enjoyed a frilly revival—and masked fears about the commodification of female labor.
Rivers in England are contaminated with powerful insecticides, new testing has revealed, increasing concerns over the impact of the toxic chemicals on fish and birds.
Economic insecurity is ‘new normal’, with only 30% saying they live comfortably.
Report finds evidence of a “parenthood penalty”, which prevents parents from fulfilling their economic potential.
UK firms were hit by over 230,000 cyber-attacks each in 2017, with the majority targeting connected devices, according to new data from Beaming. The business ISP analyzed attacks on thousands of its customers in real-time and recorded on average 633 attempts each day to penetrate their corporate networks, amounting to 231,028 attempts over the course of the year per firm.
The dichotomy of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ migrants was, and remains, fluid and subject to external factors. The ways in which migration and the position of migrants in society are perceived is constantly changing. The period between 1899 and 1919, as in our time, illustrates how subjective these labels can be.
"The alcohol industry appears to be engaged in the extensive misrepresentation of evidence about the alcohol-related risk of cancer. These activities have parallels with those of the tobacco industry”, according to a study by Professor Mark Petticrew, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and colleagues.
Sixteen years ago, Caroline Elkins completed a dissertation on colonial-era Africa, which earned her a PhD in history from Harvard and ended up making history in the world.
Calico—a bright kind of cotton cloth—was ripped off from Indian weavers, and once it began to be produced in Britain it “sparked a fashion craze.”
This infrastructure of jihad, conceived, organised and financed by Saudis, has been exported all over the Muslim world to systematically destroy plural, liberal traditions of Islam and replace them with Wahhabism.
The results of a government-sponsored inquiry into the sources of funding for Islamist militant groups operating in the U.K. may be kept hidden forever due to the nature of its findings, the U.K.'s Home Office has said, according to local media.
The UK government has secretly drawn up more details of its new bulk surveillance powers – awarding itself the ability to monitor Brits' live communications, and insert encryption backdoors by the backdoor.