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Careers advice for primary school children helps bust stereotypes and boost aspirations.
After years of austerity, European citizens are organising resistance and voting against the politics of fear. Will they learn from Latin America's painful experience?
They're meant to give customers the best deals out there, but price comparison websites can increase prices people end up paying.
No new indoor malls have been built since 2007. Meet their hipper “New Urbanist” cousin.
Britain's biggest hospital trust also has the largest financial black hole in the NHS. How did it get there?
The stock market looks a good bet, despite reaching an all-time high late last month. But until the UK election is out of the way, you might want to steer clear.
Finsbury Park hate preacher was jailed last year but his teaching continues to do damage.
Iraq's army is launching its biggest attempt yet to reclaim territory from Islamic State. But they can't do it alone.
Condition that affects appetite of terminally ill means difficulties for those who want to show their love through food.
If we keep saying high finance is operating in a morality vacuum, we will miss the chance to understand and fix its problems.
How a distributed energy network of home generators and local authorities might tackle the big utilities.
Reduction in funding for overseas students sparks protest from Iraq postgraduates.
The head of the US army isn't keen for a key ally to opt out of its commitments.
Russians took to the streets in their thousands to protest the murder of Boris Nemtsov – but can popular dissent withstand deadly intimidation?
The death of Boris Nemtsov is a watershed moment for Russia, that also sees the passing of certain assumptions in the country.
The new Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 may result in the UK countering terrorism with an extremist security policy.
A wheat-infecting pathogen is on the march in the UK - but new genetic techniques will enable faster, clearer diagnosis.
The internet and social media has turned a private death into a very public one.
The Sound of Music may be going on 50, but Austrians (apart from Salzburg tour guides) weren't impressed until recently.
We asked two academics to check the prime minister's figures on job creation.
Sometimes it's fine for climate science to be plain old interesting.
There are many successful people with autism yet it's still thought of as an inevitable disability.