Warning comes as Costa Rica declares 'national emergency' over state of crop
Supermarket tells MPs people must be ‘educated’ about waste and fresh food
Suppliers are turning down requests for the exotic meat for fear of depleting the forests
World View: The Shia record of governance here is not good, but the city's ancient heroes remain untarnished
They take all the profit and accept none of the risk, says heir to the throne in editorial for Country Life magazine
A collection of inscriptions scribbled in books provides tantalising glimpses of human behaviour, says John Walsh
A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty
Environmental campaigners should stop wasting money trying to save “totemic symbols of cuteness” such as the giant panda and focus instead on more pressing political conservation issues, the wildlife presenter Chris Packham has said.
In a highly unusual move, Ed Miliband has induced the Daily Mail to grant him the right of reply to an article attacking him. It is a right that newspapers are understandably reluctant to concede, lest their columns be filled with nothing but the wailing replies from wronged politicians. But there again, it is unusual to attack a politician by going for his dead father.
School staff say government protection which had been promised for schools in the region never arrived
New machine will deliver nutrients to six romaine lettuces
UK scientists have established that the state came into existence more recently than previously thought
Cambridge is in fifth and Oxford tenth - but the field is dominated by prestigious American colleges
The PM plans to renegotiate the basic tenets of the EU. He may find more support in surprising quarters, including the Dutch liberal left
Agriculture in UK and around world unable to recover costs from natural disasters because of speculative boom, warns report
Tom Bawden meets a leading lepidopterist who says the decline of prejudice has helped his hobby reach new heights