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‘We’re making Britain fairer’: the man filling the City with working-class stars A radical recruitment firm has developed an algorithm that identifies talent from disadvantaged backgrounds Economics Education Society
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The urban cowboys tackling gun crime On the streets of Philadelphia, horses are helping disadvantaged young people gallop towards a brighter future Culture Education Lifestyle Society
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The plan to create an orchard in every prison in England and Wales A charity is working to ‘green’ the UK’s prisons using orchards, a project that is reaping rewards for inmates and the environment Education Environment Justice Society
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What went right this week: a basic income for artists, plus more positive news Ireland launched a basic income for artists, electric cars reached a milestone, and scientists discovered coral reef sanctuaries, plus more Arts Culture Education Environment Science Society
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The school that shortened its working week (and what happened next) Amid growing interest in shorter working weeks, a school that rejigged its timetable is now looking to further adapt its week Education Society Wellbeing
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‘You just need to be willing to open your home, and ride the rough with the smooth’ The number of children needing foster care has surged during Covid. One couple explain why they foster, and what it brings to their family Education Society Wellbeing
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