The government's recent Green Paper spells our a vision of far smaller BBC. Coincidentally, this is just what Rupert Murdoch and his newspapers have campaigned for over decades.
Hawker Hunter WV372, the aircraft that crashed at Shoreham.
The first loss of life among airshow spectators since 1952, any changes to rules that follow will make them safer still.
Classical or hip-hop, music often feels like it has healing properties and now scientists have proved it.
Dead and gone.
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A stalwart of the charity sector is dead and gone - so now what do we do?
Atomic cloud over Nagasaki.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki were but two cataclysms among many: in the literal sense, they were unremarkable.
On the sidelines no more.
Why are Syria and Israel competing to be the ultimate protecters of the Druze?
Getting away with murder.
The Look of Silence eschews its predecessor’s gory glamour and offers a harder message for modern Indonesia.
The many presentations of breast cancer.
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Long gone are the days when breast cancer was seen as a tumour with an underlying relationship with oestrogen. The picture is much more complex.
Inside the courtroom on the first day of the trial of 69 Golden Dawn members.
The prosecution of 69 members of Greece's extreme right political party must be constitutional, fair and conducted in the full glare of public attention.
A far cry from the UK.
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New research on Norway shows how political integration with the EU has economic benefits too.
Don’t let those pensive eyes deceive you.
This annual day of mass salivation is more than a little depressing.
Is Nick Clegg ready for his close up?
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The experts assess whether the claims in the Liberal Democrats' manifesto align with the evidence.
A shadow of a policy.
The Lib Dems are making a big noise about mental health – but their manifesto's pledges are too thin to be taken seriously.
Too much going on in there.
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Computers and smartphones make us stressed and ill. It's about time we rethought how we should be using them.
Money doesn’t always talk.
The Liberal Democrats would pump more money into mental health. But there is no sign of them actually changing the system.
The epoch of the leptons existed for nine seconds after the Big Bang.
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Subatomic particles have shaped and continue to shape our universe but despite perfect predictions by physicists, the theory about unseen particles is still wrong.
Messages left without answers.
The fact we're no closer to finding Flight MH370 shouldn't stop us from looking.
Go on, dive in.
“That’s obscene,” I thought when I saw the photo of Helena Bonham Carter, nude, clasping a tuna between her legs and gazing lovingly into its face. She declared the fish was her “Valentine”. My Western…
The thin wall of decency between us and unrestrained power.
A powerful intelligence lobby made up of former defence ministers, police chiefs and intelligence commissioners has emerged in British politics, determined to push for greater powers and resources for…
To beat the system you have to understand it first.
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The narrative around the NHS today is of angels and demons. We want to praise heroes when life is sweet and find a villain for each failure. Even more confusingly, the same person can be cast as both hero…