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Wednesday, 18 September 2013
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- Bubble brains: Scientists plot biological responses that broke the economy
- A leap into the unknown: Cloned eventing horse Tamarillo is groomed for success
- The truth IS out there (above Cheshire, that is): British scientists claim to have found proof of alien life
- The good news: Earth can support life for 1.75bn years. The bad news: Climate change could wipe us out first
- From fragrant to popcorn: US scientists identify 10 categories for smells
- At last: Science demonstrates the best way to get served at the bar
- Video: Rocket blasts off to ISS
- Help yourself by helping others: Nice guys and girls are sexier, study shows
- Winners of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 revealed
- Ken Norton: World champion boxer who fought three epic battles against Muhammad Ali
- Brian Sollit: Chocolatier who created After Eights, Lion Bars, Matchmakers and the Yorkie
- Lord Hayhoe: Tory minister who became a critic of Mrs Thatcher
- Jimmy Fontana: Singer who worked with Ennio Morricone
- Michael Goulding: Flower arranger who served the Queen and nine prime ministers
- Rosa Maria Carless: Artist, writer and wife of a British diplomat
- Jackie Lomax: Singer and songwriter who became one of the first signings to Apple
- Chin Peng: Guerrilla who fought British rule in Malaysia
- Eiji Toyoda: Executive who helped create the 'Toyota Way' method of car-making
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- Robert Fisk in Damascus: Assad's troops may be winning this war in Syria's capital - untouched by Obama's threats
- The Bedroom Tax: The Tories’ idea of fairness that could yet return to haunt them
- Portas was just another fall guy for the Government’s lack of ideas
- Syria: Something must be done – I mean, anything!
- Wine tasting: Sassy, smart, muscular, chewy...Or to put it another way, cheers!
- Don’t fret Stephen King, you are still capable of scaring audiences silly
- Italy needs this to be the end of Berlusconi
- This ban does not bode well for Britain's multicultural future
- Europe: confronting Thatcher's fallacy
- Our anger following the Washington Navy Yard shooting lacks the ferocity for change that followed Sandy Hook
- Tim Key: ‘At times I was playing Scrabble with such beauty, it became more like ballet’
- A welcome itself would be a welcome change at some theatres
- The rebels divide: Is this the new front in Syria's civil war?
- Where do you get off? We can't have good customer service at rock-bottom prices
- New York City housing: Is this the issue that will win the mayoral race for Bill de Blasio?
- Life at the front of the iPhone 5s queue
- The Concordia saga has shown Italy at its very best - and its worst
- Drunk tanks: Bearing in mind that £400 is quite a wedge, how will we extract it from the low-waged?
- New rules for the Booker? My inner reader cheers. My inner writer doesn’t
- A cup of coffee confirmed the homeless are neither pathetic nor dishonest
- Cherish nurses. They’re the heartbeat of the NHS
- Sorry, Sir David Attenborough. This isn’t the way to tackle over-population
- The Forgotten Crisis in the Central African Republic
- Stop and Search: Drugs and the aggravating factor of being black
- Judge the person, not the veil
- Free school meals are good, but healthy, well-served free school meals are even better
- I wear the niqab, let me speak on my own behalf
- Made in Knightsbridge: Are all these flash cars the sign of an economy in trouble?
- Being paid to lie down for NASA? Seven opportunities for wannabe astronauts
- Hiroshi Yamauchi: Tributes to the man behind Nintendo's greatest games
- World's ugliest vegetables: The funny pictures that show what's not on supermarket shelves
- iOS 7: The hype versus the reality
- iOS7: State of the art, or a bit of a letdown? Have your say
- Clegg Speech: What did Twitter make of the Lib Dem leader's keynote?
- 11 pieces of advice for Freshers
- Poll: Are ‘drunk tanks’ a good idea for Booze Britain?
- Want to know how Ed Miliband can avoid future Falkirks?
- The death toll in Syria continues to rise - whoever is doing the counting
- Russia oppose US threats to keep the Assad deal in place
- Optimism and gloom were balanced equally in this thoroughly odd gathering of the Lib Dems' disparate elements
- Is this the way to a Tamarillo? Dangers lurk under the hype of champion-horse clones
- Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Nick Clegg's harrowing journey back to the days when politicians were beastly to each other
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- Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins pays tribute to team-mates after surviving tough day
- Tour of Britain: Mark Cavendish claims Stage Four win with thrilling sprint finish that sees Sir Bradley Wiggin retain the yellow jersey
- Tour of Britain: Sir Bradley Wiggins retains overall lead as Irishman Sam Bennett wins stage five
- Video: Cyclist breaks speed record
- Tour of Britain: Dominant Sir Bradley Wiggins signals his intent in time-trial win
- Paul Collingwood's band of local boys triumph over adversity and bad luck
- Durham coronation held up by Steve Mullaney's defiance
- Durham clinch County Championship title
- The Ashes: Stuart Broad rubbishes Darren Lehmann claims - and says England could have won series 5-0
- DRS in the dock again after ICC orders investigation
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- Learn all about the boson - from Professor Higgs himself
- Increasingly clear lines: Now Leeds student union bans Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'
- Oversubscribed Oxford Brookes puts students up in three-star hotel
- UK universities to offer free online courses
- Swing and a miss: US college removes pendulum sculpture after too many students try to recreate Miley Cyrus 'Wrecking Ball' video
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: 'Nine Britons, 23 Americans and 80 children' feared dead after Boeing passenger jet is 'shot down' near Ukraine-Russia border
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' to end hostilities in Ukraine
The 'scroungers’ fight back: The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Ukrainian military jet was flying close to passenger plane before it was shot down, says Russian officer
Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: victims’ bodies bundled in black bags and loaded onto trains
- 1 Apple has installed security backdoors on 600m iPhones and iPads, claims security researcher
- 2 Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash: Pro-Russian rebel 'admits to shooting down plane'
- 3 Louis van Gaal gets tough with Manchester United players, with Darren Fletcher and Luke Shaw berated in public and Phil Jones left looking bemused
- 4 Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- 5 Peaches Geldof inquest: Tragic final moments of socialite's life reveal she "lied" to husband about failed drugs tests