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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
- Frank Stone: Tail-gunner who helped construct the tunnels used in 'The Great Escape'
- Ruth Benerito: Chemist who helped create wrinkle-free cotton
- Ronnie Fenton: Footballer who went on to become Brian Clough’s right-hand man
- Robert Ford: Radio operator in Tibet who was jailed by China for being an ‘imperialist spy’
- Bill Eppridge: Photographer for 'Life' magazine
- James Nicholas: Poet, teacher and Archdruid of Wales
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- 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
- 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
- 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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- Investors are buying British as confidence returns
- Derek Pain: Why are these pub chains giving my shares a hangover?
- Simon Read: Woodford walkaway means a waiting game for investors
- Simon Read: More dodgy intermediaries caught too late
- Bargain Hunter: Halloween LED lights cut by almost three-quarters
- Money Insider: Bank customers pay a high price for sending their money abroad
- Donald MacInnes: Pay $750,000 for Google? You must be joking...
- Mark Dampier: VCT that's not just a risky shot in the dark
- Five questions about: ISA limits
- Questions of Cash: The son who got his lines crossed when he got his new broadband
- Choosing ethical means you can save the planet while growing your savings
- Energy price hikes leave fixing favourite
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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’
Britain's top vet sparks controversy with call for ban on slashing animals' throats in 'ritual' slaughters for halal and kosher meat products
Poor 'live like animals' says Boris's privately educated sister after going on 'poverty safari'
Exclusive: Impact of immigrants on British workers ‘negligible’
Vince Cable: Teachers 'know absolutely nothing' about the world of work
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
The quiet diplomat: Catherine Ashton - recognised and admired in all the world’s troubled countries, yet ridiculed at home
- 1 Australian man Rod Sommerville reacts to bite from deadly snake by reaching for cold beer
- 2 Pakistan vs Paul Smith: Sandal-wearers bemused by famed British designer's attempts to sell traditional Peshawari chappal-style shoes for the distinctly untraditional sum of £300
- 3 North Korea elections: Kim Jong-un wins 100% of the vote
- 4 Steve Irwin’s final words: Cameraman present at death opens up about deadly stingray attack for the first time
- 5 Sharknado 2: Former WWE wrestler Kurt Angle to fight second wave of flying sharks