Work hard, quiz harder.
Work hard, quiz harder.
Sarah Wollaston, chair of the Commons health committee, told BuzzFeed News the policy is “illegal and unworkable”. She said the Tories needed a positive message going into the election.
The former cabinet minister added: “Mind you, the production company is called Love Productions. That’s a bit like Stalin calling Pravda ‘free press’.”
“You walk to to the cupboard 50 times a day and there’s nothing there and it doesn’t change.”
The government’s benefits sanctions should be scrapped for the safety of jobcentre staff, a union spokesman told BuzzFeed News.
Laughing = exercise.
Companies like Apple and Facebook are now paying for their female employees to freeze their eggs. Some say it’s a perk for women who want to wait to have kids, but critics say it’s a short-term solution to a bigger problem of balancing work and family.
The New York station was later forced to release an apology.
What if men took birth control pills?
Finally, a study that supports what video gamers believed all along.
Early Ed Miliband is to the political right of early Tony Blair on a number of issues.
The giant coffee company is replacing its college reimbursement plan with a program to earn an online college degree from Arizona State University.
Not every bad habit is all bad.
Free massages and latte art classes? Yes, take me to there.
For even the gay-friendliest employers, DOMA made employees in same-sex marriages more expensive. But with the law struck down, things might get a little easier for companies.
The Tutu Project is the work of photographer Bob Carey. It follows him — topless and wearing a tutu — in a series of striking and humorous photos, that are available for purchase in this breast cancer benefit.
Student veterans take out loans, miss classes, and face eviction as Obama Administration falls short on 2009 promise. “It just feels like you’re being disrespected.”
Moosylvania assembled a series of limited-edition posters at BigCartel to benefit relief efforts in the tornado-stricken city of Joplin, Mo. Each poster is signed by the artist, numbered and screen printed by hand. Each poster is $25 and 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Southwest Missouri chapter of United Way to aid in economic reconstruction. (via buzzbrewery.com) View List ›
New York’s hosting a He-Man themed Charity art show to benefit homeless youth. The pieces range from your standard Mer-Man-as-gay-speedo-model portraiture to the genuinely weird. Maybe Skeletor isn’t as bad as we all thought? (Tons more at Skeletor Saves.) View List ›
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