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Crime and Punishment in Japan : Japan Subculture Research Center
Crime and Punishment in Japan Richard Lloyd Parry formerly the Tokyo correspondent of The Independent and now the bureau chief for The Times, has written the definitive book on the tragic murder of Lucie Blackman, People Who Eat Darkness, which was recently released in the US to rave reviews.
@Sweden's Twitter Feed Raises All Kinds of Questions | Think Tank | Big Think
The stereotype of Sweden as a liberal utopia of robust sexual health was somewhat complicated recently in the American imagination by the biker gangs, neo-Nazis, and serial killers that populated the Stieg Larsson trilogy.Further complicating things is Sweden's bold experiment on Twitter. Each week, the nation turns over its official twitter feed to a different citizen.
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FixMyStreet for Councils - designed with councils, for councils
Today we launch FixMyStreet for Councils, our street issue reporting software designed for council websites and built in consultation with a wide variety of local authorities across the UK. FixMyStreet for Councils enables local authorities to deal more cheaply and efficiently with street problem reports.
Special Advisers musn't become pawns on Sir Jeremy Heywood's board
By Paul Goodman Follow Paul on Twitter The head of the civil service wants Spads to report to mandarins as well as Ministers... In his subversive account of the fall of the Conservative Party during the 1990s, "Guilty Men", Hwyel Williams draws a verbal cartoon of the special advisers (Spads) of the period, comparing them to dogs which look like their masters.
Longing for a jubilee
The next few days will see a wave of royal fervour and nostalgia sweep the United Kingdom such as few have ever seen. Hot on the heels of a massed military parade will come a river pageant and musical spectacular on the River Thames with 1000 boats, 20,000 participants and watched by one million people on the river banks.
Lovely Jubbly Jubilee Trifle Cake
I can't believe a year has gone by since I entered The Times Royal Wedding Bake off! Once again the Times has challenged us bakers to create a cake. This time to celebrate our Queen's sixty years on the throne. The Diamond Jubilee bake-off.
Scientists to monitor how chimps react to solar eclipse - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun
With an annular eclipse to take place May 21, scientists in Japan have the perfect opportunity to study animal behavior during an extraordinary natural phenomenon. The behavior of chimpanzees will be videotaped at Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute in Inuyama, Aichi Prefecture, and Zoorasia Yokohama Zoological Gardens in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
Online Media Awards 2012: The shortlist - Press Gazette
The Times leads the way at this year's Online Media Awards after being shortlisted for 15 prizes including best national news website. Other nominees include Mail Online, Channel 4, The Guardian, BBC, The Sunday Times and the Wall Street Journal.
The Templeton Prize News Conference 2012
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Catholic schools could be breaking law over gay marriage, warns minister - Telegraph
Secular and humanist campaigners accused Catholic schools of "political indoctrination" by promoting the campaign among schoolchildren. But Church education chiefs insisted they were "proud" to teach Catholic values in schools. Ministers in both London and Cardiff were asked to look into the matter amid allegations that schools could be breaking equality and political impartiality laws.
Cycle path in centre of road branded 'an epic fail'
Anyone see a problem? The cycle lane in the middle of the road (Picture: Geoff Robinson) The move has been branded 'an epic fail' by cyclists who claim their safety is being put at risk. Pete Holland, 46, said: 'I'm a keen cyclist so I'm always in favour of improving routes and access for bicycles but these signs are really strange.