Bit of bourgeois David?
A Conservative white paper in 1944 suggested ideas for 'free' and 'comprehensive healthcare – but it was Labour that took the advantage.
Fewer teenagers are choosing D&T.
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There has been a steady decline in students taking D&T.
Will we ever know what he knows?
The Iraq inquiry, launched in 2009, still hasn't published its report.
We need to level the playing field socially for a more equal workplace
If you're a woman in poverty, you're at risk of sexual exploitation. If you've just become educated and employed, then you're at greater risk of domestic abuse.
Left behind. Where do fans sit in the new hierarchy?
The beautiful game has always had an ugly side to its relationship with the press, but are things now going too far?
The Museum of Science and Industry in Hiroshima, August 1945.
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John Hersey's article Hiroshima (1946) is seminal in historical and literary terms: the shocking realities of the atomic bomb demanded a new way of writing.
What kind of Europe will his future hold?
It's an uphill battle to teach British schoolchildren about EU citizenship.
Migrants trying to reach England are stopped by French police.
What happens when a non-EU migrant arrives on British soil.
Maylasia Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on 8 March 2014.
The collective wisdom of expert crowds could provide the answer to the Malaysia Airlines mystery.
Changing our thinking about car design.
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Changing habits and pollution concerns are calling time on our love affair with cars. But this doesn't have to be the end.
She branded me with science.
Scarification is becoming a popular alternative to tattooing — but there is one big difference.
When it comes to Europe, Germany can't win either way.
England’s women go pro.
While women achieve great things on field, off-field administrators need to make sure they're supported.
Everything in space is so far away, but probes bring us closer.
Is there a lift? I’m trying to conquer the universe and I need to reach the first floor.
A new hopping robot shows how unusual 3D printed structures could pave the way for machines that better mimic living creatures.
Which way to the bar?
The UK's recent heatwave is perfect for mosquito breeding but something far more dangerous may be coming.
‘Too much Call of Duty, not enough shopping’.
Is the shopping experience the next for a technological overhaul with virtual reality?
“No duh” was the reaction of some to the Supreme Court’s same-sex ruling.
Lawyers and law students betting on recent decisions have been spot on predicting outcomes. It isn't all that hard, when you think about it.
A computer-on-a-stick is the start, but they’ll get smaller and smarter yet.
Smaller computer are coming to your pocket, and then your homes, your workplaces, and everywhere else.
Trendy - but at what cost?
Seriously though - can fashion really damage your health?