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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
9 reasons Greece's experiment with the radical left is doomed to failure
Stephen Fry explains what he would say if he was 'confronted by God'
Have we reached 'peak food'? Shortages loom as global production rates slow
Greece elections: Syriza and EU on collision course after election win for left-wing party
British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford faces execution by firing squad in Indonesia
Liberal Democrat minister defends comments suggesting immigration causes pub closures
- 1 Venezuela Expo Tattoo 2015: Extreme body art from 'Vampire Woman' to 109mm earlobes
- 2 Saudi preacher who 'raped and tortured' his five -year-old daughter to death is released after paying 'blood money'
- 3 Ball pool for adults opens in London
- 4 Amal Clooney gives excellent response to fashion question at European Court of Human Rights
- 5 Rashida Jones speaks out against male-centric porn saying 'women should have sex and feel good about it'