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Thursday, 17 October 2013
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- Perfectly preserved 1.8 million-year-old skull 'could re-write history of human evolution'
- Has the Yeti mystery been solved? New research finds 'Bigfoot' DNA matches rare polar bear
- Not so cheeky monkey: Marmoset calls follow 'etiquette' with manners similar to human conversation
- Reversing walking corpse syndrome: Cotard's Syndrome trigger found - and it's a household cold sore cream
- Ukrainian astronomers discover 1,300 ft asteroid heading for possible devastating 2032 impact with Earth
- Sleep 'cleans' the brain by flushing out toxins
- Chris Stringer: Skull 5 team proposes a radical rethink, but there are doubts to be overcome
- Video: Dinosaur skeleton goes on sale
- Impurrfect vision: Images reveal the differences between cat and human eyesight
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- Wooing the Chinese is the easy bit. The challenge is to get the British to invest
- The Nasty Party is back, sneering at food banks and those who use them
- Orchid View home owners must now be held criminally responsible
- If we don’t work out how to look after the elderly, who will look after us?
- This week's big questions: What do you think about Plebgate? Was Roy Hodgson’s joke racist?
- Booker Prize Winner Eleanor Catton takes the signs of the zodiac seriously. Should I do too?
- A Westminster Life: These local cuts are dismantling the last vestiges of civil society
- The Government can either help struggling families or tip them further into deprivation
- Surely Kings Cross can bring to mind grander literary references than just Harry Potter?
- Tales from the Water Cooler: An expensive night mare for Frankel
- Errors and Omissions: When it comes to captions, sometimes less is more
- Back To School: A view from the road
- i's campaign receives backing from Government
- Yvette Cooper goes back to school
- A lack of leadership in Africa threatens economic progress
- The Pretty Ugly project: Why do young girls turn to YouTube and ask people to judge their looks?
- Jumpergate: Since when has wearing a jumper indoors been an affront to human dignity?
- London Film Festival: the stars, the films, the parties... the point?
- Ignore the critics, Morrissey's Autobiography is a new kind of classic
- Searching for Gloria de Piero's topless pics? Breasts are either shameful or not – make up your minds
- See sexism? Challenge it. Because nice girls DO make a scene
- The Simpsons should start getting older
- Giving up your seat for Jo Swinson, or any other pregnant woman, is not sexist
- The wisdom of crowds is great, but experts hit the spot - as one prolific TripAdvisor reviewer proves
- Cycling in winter: Is it a chore or a challenge?
- i Editor's Letter: Neglecting the lonely
- The re-trial of Amanda Knox in the Kercher case will be a show without its star
- Roy Hodgson may have scored an own goal, but he’s no racist
- The hunt for Gloria De Piero's topless photo shoot: A cruel pursuit that reeks of double standards
- The Tea Party have successfully undermined everything Obama has attempted
- The police have been exposed over plebgate. Now give Mitchell his job back
- ‘In my head I’m still good at rounders. It’s outside of my head where the problems start’
- Experiment with careers, Dame Marjorie Scardino tells girls at Eltham Hill Technology College
- Ledley King heads back to his primary school in Mile End, London
- For one in five of us, anxiety is a daily obstacle
- Why we need a movement to counter xenophobia
- It's time for technology companies to fix the gender imbalance
- How to tackle obesity: Treat patients as individuals, regardless of their weight
- This infernal Help to Buy Scheme will only widen the North/South divide
- A lesson in cause and effect: Drunk women do not cause rape. Rapists cause rape.
- Last month my brother James was served with an eviction notice. Please don't take his home away
- i Editor's Letter: Aghanistan - Twelve years on
- Poll: What is the best crime novel ever?
- What is Morrissey actually doing on his book cover?
- British Gas opens Q&A on Twitter, unleashes torrent of loathing
- QUIZ: The new Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations: do you know who said what?
- A Monkey in space? What on earth was Roy Hodgson talking about? Read the transcript here
- Quiz: After Stan Collymore defended Roy Hodgson's joke, test your knowledge of legitimate space tales...
- Gloria De Piero: Stop searching for topless photos and let me get on with the job
- Driving reform: Police reveal the limits of clever ideas to save public money
- Social care: The continuing disgrace of our care homes
- China versus America: Good news from the two biggest economies shows how global power is shifting
- One bad apple: All free schools are not like Al-Madinah
- An abiding impasse: There is little sign that US Republicans will cease to inflict deep damage on their country
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- Energy price hikes leave fixing favourite
- Choosing ethical means you can save the planet while growing your savings
- Questions of Cash: The son who got his lines crossed when he got his new broadband
- Five questions about: ISA limits
- Mark Dampier: VCT that's not just a risky shot in the dark
- Donald MacInnes: Pay $750,000 for Google? You must be joking...
- Money Insider: Bank customers pay a high price for sending their money abroad
- Bargain Hunter: Halloween LED lights cut by almost three-quarters
- Simon Read: More dodgy intermediaries caught too late
- Simon Read: Woodford walkaway means a waiting game for investors
- Derek Pain: Why are these pub chains giving my shares a hangover?
- Investors are buying British as confidence returns
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- No strings attached: Birmingham extends unconditional offers to lure high-flyers
- Pole axed: Swansea University pole fitness society banned
- How are you feline? Cat charity spends £400,000 to research exactly what your cat is trying to tell you
- In pictures: Leeds students take to the streets against 'freshers violation' club
- Man in 'V for Vendetta' mask stalking students in Canterbury
- University pay gap yawns: Top staff paid up to 19 times more than junior staff
- Warwick women rowers strip off for charity. But is that okay?
- A quarter of students will catch an STI in their first year
- NUS calls for evidence of ‘lad culture’
British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
Rozanne Duncan: Ukip expels councillor for 'jaw-dropping' comments made in BBC TV interview
Germany anti-Islam protests: 17,000 march on Dresden against 'Islamification of the West'
Ukip member gets into Christmas spirit with Union Flag plea to Santa 'for our country back'
BBC director Danny Cohen: Rising UK antisemitism makes me feel more uncomfortable than ever
Alex Salmond has 'broken his word to the Scottish people' says Scottish Lib Dem leader
- 1 Planes go hybrid-electric in important step to greener flight
- 2 Antonio Martin shooting: Police and protesters clash over teenager's death just five miles from Ferguson, Missouri
- 3 British actor Idris Elba cannot star as James Bond because he is black, says shock jock Rush Limbaugh
- 4 Hip hop is both racial and political, and for Iggy Azalea to suggest otherwise is insulting
- 5 Man hospitalised with pneumonia after downing eggnog at office Christmas party