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Forbidden attractions: Why are we drawn to visit places we shouldn’t?
Thousands of people defy laws and expert advice to visit forbidden sites and disappearing destinations every year. But why?
Outrage after man appointed Scotland’s first 'period dignity officer'
Critics, including former tennis star Martina Navratilova, say the job of a period dignity officer should have gone to a woman instead.
Access to free period products becomes legal right in Scotland
Local authorities and education providers in Scotland now have a legal duty to provide free period products to anyone who needs them.
Elon Musk challenges Twitter CEO to public debate over fake accounts
Elon Musk has said that if Twitter can provide its method of sampling 100 accounts and how it confirmed that the accounts are real, his deal to buy the company should proceed on its original terms.
New Spanish law aims to tackle food waste
Draft legislation to reduce food loss and waste in Spain is expected to come into force from January 2023.
An endangered owl has stopped a mining giant in its tracks in Tasmania
Plans to bury the Tarkane under “50 metres of toxic sludge” have been paused by Australia's federal court.
'Only yes means yes': Spain approves new sexual consent law
The Spanish senate has green-lighted a new law that necessitates explicit consent in sexual relations.
Anti-government protesters block Budapest road
Anti-government demonstrators in Hungary blocked one of the capital's main thoroughfares during morning rush-hour traffic Monday, the latest in a series of protests against recent changes to the country's tax code that have carried on for nearly a week.
More than 500 women sue Uber over sexual assault claims
The complaint alleges that women passengers in multiple US states were sexually assaulted by Uber drivers with whom they were paired through the app.
Disney to lose exclusive rights over Mickey Mouse. What will it mean?
Since 1928, Mickey Mouse has been the face of Disney. But as copyright protections over the mouse expire, the company might have to share him.
MEPs approve two laws that aim to make the Internet safer and fairer
The Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act are seen as a world-first effort to regulate the digital economy.
How US companies say they’ll support staff after Roe v Wade overturned
More US companies have committed to helping employees access abortion services, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade.
How countries in Europe are tackling the use of electric scooters
E-scooter rentals in Europe have boomed in recent years. Countries are increasingly regulating their use in a bid to curb injuries and deaths.
Spain cracks down on food waste with fines of up to €60,000
The ambitious draft bill aims to reduce the 1,300 tonnes of food wasted every year in Spain.
Bloody good policy? The countries that have tried menstrual leave
As Spain debates days off work for period pain, here’s a list of the countries that already tried offering "menstrual leave".
Peaceful protestors could be jailed for 6 months under new UK laws
Changes to the law were previously thrown out by the UK’s House of Lords but are set to return under the new Queen’s Speech plan.
Brits banned from driving in Spain under post-Brexit law
British expats have been banned from driving in Spain, after post- Brexit talks on license rules broke down.
Irish police 'infringed rights' of murderer Graham Dwyer: ECJ
Convicted murdered Graham Dwyer argued that the retention of and access to data used to prosecute him infringed the rights proferred to him by EU law.
Ecuador grants wild animals legal rights in landmark court case
It is thought to be the first time the country’s constitutional protection of nature has been applied in court.
Supreme court to decide if Warhol broke copyright law
The Supreme Court of the US will decide whether an artwork by Andy Warhol is significantly different from the photo it is based on. The verdict will change how artists work in the US.