Saying it at last.
In just a few weeks, the people of Europe have been galvanised into supporting the refugees dying to reach their shores.
Not too soon.
People who were born preterm earn less and are more likely to be unemployed, research shows.
Europe always prefers to overlook its colonial past – but now it's becoming unavoidable.
Taking the mic. Varoufakis.
Greece's 'accidental economist' speaks to the UK's leading minds on Syriza, the troika, and whether he’s just a little over-exposed.
Is this what I studied neuroscience for?
As debates rage on whether graduates are 'over-educated', researchers have looked at what's actually happening to their jobs.
Greek students: worried about their future.
New research shows a rise in popularity of university majors in health care, law and those linked to jobs in the police and military.
The only bad influence was on the kids' fashion sense.
New research shows that depression doesn't spread between teenagers but having mentally healthy friends can protect you.
Real-life history lesson.
Prosecutions of parents have increased – but is this really targeting persistent truants?
Farmers' protests against the big supermarkets demonstrates the importance of good supply chain management.
Stuffed animals left by protesters block the doorway of River Bluff Dental clinic in Bloomington, Minnesota. Dentist Walter James Palmer, an American hunter, has been accused of killing the lion without a permit after paying $50,000 to two people who lured it out of Hwange National Park.
The fact that people are still travelling thousands of miles to kill exotic animals and bring back trophies shows deeply rooted cultural problems in Western societies.
Hop along now dears. HRH Queen Mary with nursery children in 1930.
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Despite big changes in childcare policy at the end of the 20th century, we're asking many of the same questions as in the 1960s.
The transition between school and further education can be difficult for young people with learning difficulties.
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New partnerships between schools and colleges have helped more children with autism continue in further education.
Lee’s long-awaited second novel.
Lee's second novel is an angrier, more disillusioned, and more obviously political work than her classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.
Is this really 2015?
It's marching season in Northern Ireland and tension is inevitable.
Boxing clever? Osborne delivers.
Instant reaction from academics as George Osborne delivers his post-election budget.
The 7/7 memorial in London.
It can't compete with the US, but the UK became part of mega-memorial culture after the London bombings.
Celebrations in full swing after the No vote.
The referendum is a victory against the political class that has driven Greece to the brink, and the eurocrats who refused to help.
Audrey Hepburn photographed wearing Givenchy by Norman Parkinson, 1955.
Norman Parkinson Ltd/Courtesy Norman Parkinson Archive
She broke the stereotype and redefined style and class. Her image exuded innocence and honesty that spoke to women across generations.
The No vote won it.
Academic experts respond to the No vote in Greece's referendum on whether or not to accept a bailout offer from their international creditors.
Greece is set to become the first advanced economy to default on the IMF in its 71-year history.