Scene of the crime.
CSI lied to you: investigating a crime scene is long, complicated and often boring.
Harder climb if you don’t conform.
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Neurodiversity describes those who think, see and process information differently. And they can be an asset in the right workplaces.
The electoral phenomenon that left David Cameron smiling will have huge implications for future battles.
'Shy Tories' doesn't cut it. There is another anomaly in the election poll data which offers a more useful angle on what went wrong.
Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum left the UK in mid-February.
Record numbers of arrests of young Britons on suspicion of terrorism offences shows the need for a new and effective approach to online jihad.
A world in a drop.
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Complex algorithms and personalised medicine promise a new way of diagnosing disease.
Anyone see it coming?
While pre-election polls got their sums wrong, and seemed to ignore biases in the rush to publish, a far more accurate call was being made in the betting shops of Britain.
Will Ed’s crime policies lead him on the path to the premiership?
Labour's crime manifesto goes communitarian, despite them not branding it that way.
No Mr Juncker, you can’t persuade me.
Nigel Farage has argued that the EU is a millstone around Britain's neck when it comes to trade.
How would you feel about Frank Underwood as your next Prime Minister?
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Fictional politicians may have spoilt the party for the real ones -- they're much more charismatic, dramatic and funny. What would happen if seven of the best competed?
UKIP once again bases a whole policy on EU withdrawal.
It's easy to poke holes in UKIP's plans for agriculture.
The relatively light spacecraft that is now spinning out of control.
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Russian space vessel Progress M-27M is falling towards Earth but what risk does it pose?
Youth votes could make a big difference, if they make it to the box.
Young people could change the outcome in anywhere between 11 and 41 constituencies.
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Miliband's plans to stop landlords hiking up rents won't fix the housing supply problem.
The coalition has embraced African issues.
Governments come and go, but Britain's Africa policy has long been a beacon of continuity.
Body 1, Re-materialisation of Systems, El Ultimo Grito, 2014.
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The V&A's new show turns the spotlight on our obsession with luxury.
The last tree standing.
These relics of Britain's ancient woodland are still going strong.
We haven’t built enough council houses since the 60s.
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Most of the best local authority homes were sold off under Thatcher: what's left won't help the housing crisis.
They’re all at it.
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The NHS black hole that is being sidestepped in the lead up to the election.
It’s possible to believe a little too much in Britain.
Overseas aid plays a huge role in defence, which makes cutting it a dangerous mistake.
When malware stops looking like malware, we’re in for a tough ride.
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Recognising malware patterns is key to the effectiveness of antivirus programs.