The free movement of people among Schengen member states is a boon for business and the European economy.
Lost in the crowd.
Anorexia and bulimia only account for around half of eating disorders yet too often they're the only ones we take seriously.
Choice or not to live at home you may still need some sort of support.
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It's no longer about taking dementia seriously, but doing something serious about it.
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Making the NHS a seven-day service would intensify the pressure on the groaning social care system.
A difficult place to come down from.
Out on a high, but what the road to retirement for top sports stars can be quite a come down.
Pandas breed in the wild after fighting off competition from other males – something they're denied in captivity.
The greater capacity of 4G phone networks means emergency services can use more than just voice.
The chaos of 7/7 meant even many of the emergency services couldn't use their phone. But 4G should change that.
The telephone network is dead, long live telephone calls!
Why should BT be required to provide a telephone service no one wants or needs?
There aren’t enough skilled investigators to tackle the cybersecurity problem.
The resources of those in cybercrime outstrip the agencies investigating them - we need more skilled digital forensic specialists fast.
Spying in plain sight.
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If you're surprised that the US is spying on France... don't be.
Well if you’d just ASK someone Bernard…
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When it comes to choosing locations, the leaders of baboon packs take a step back.
How do you do?
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Chimps might be cute and cuddly but it's their human drama that obsesses us.
Rapid changes in technology are transforming the contributions ordinary citizens can make to scientific research.
Make the next one a single.
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Lots of animals consume alcohol but only humans do it to get drunk.
Clouds of confusion hanging over the Royal Courts of Justice.
Why Justice Pauffley was wrong to suggest that social workers "make allowances" for cultural differences.
Facing the music.
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Apple's move into the streaming market has a headstart of up to 100 million subscribers but will still need sustained support to get more of us to pay for online music.
Your ad here - only sometimes it isn’t.
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A German court says Adblock software is legal, but is it such a big deal for the web advertising model?
Academic experts break down the bills in the Queen's speech and get to grips with the new Conservative government's agenda.
Plugged into Europe, or UK unplugged?
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What effect would Britain's leaving the EU have on it's digital economy?
High heel parkour.
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High heeled shoes may lift you up and look fabulous, but your body tells a different story.