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.
Plaid Cymru want to expand the Welsh government’s Bwcabus service.
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Regulators, rebates and retaining bus services - Plaid's transport policy offers a lot, but little explanation on how to fund it.
Sheep farming would be protected by an Animal Welfare Commissioner.
Plaid Cyrmu's agricultural policies clash with Wales' current course of action.
Lottery winners are euphoric very briefly before they settle back to their normal level of happiness or unhappiness.
Pretty impressive, mimicry octopus, but you don’t fool us.
Last week, a new frog capable of shape-shifting, was discovered. Though many other animals use camouflage, there are only a few other species known which can actually shift their shape.
Parents could certainly do more to be aware of what their children are playing. But threatening letters are unlikely to help.
Headlines affect politics, and that affects our health.
The quest for favourable media coverage is damaging the NHS – and no politician seems immune.
Alexey Leonov steps into space for the first time.
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The first space walk was almost a disaster, and it's still risky today. But we'll always need to take those steps to truly reap the benefits beyond Earth.
Stay in Europe, get forced into tiny trains.
Don't believe everything you hear before polling day.
What lies within?
Ticking off subatomic particles one by one, now let's see what an LHC upgrade will do.
The audio message has been attributed to Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau.
It's propaganda for sure but getting the Nigerian group on board does the caliphate no harm.
Goody two shoes.
Studies have shown that your shoe choice may say a lot about you. What better time to test this out than fashion week?
Whatever the adverts suggest, this isn’t going to increase your animal magnetism.
Do human pheromones exist? Despite the products some would sell you, there's no hard evidence yet.
Sub-Saharan migrants are picked up as part of the Mare Nostrum operation.
The prime minister's claim that more people died during the Mare Nostrum search and rescue operation is disingenuous.
One lump or two?
The former foreign secretary may have over-egged the pudding when talking up his influence on EU policy.