Richard Lintern, Emilia Fox and David Caves star in Silent Witness

Silent Witness, TV review: 'The acting is still as lifeless as the autopsy corpses'

The script in the latest series is so wooden it makes CSI look like Pinter

Glitter nail polish: The answer to your data security needs, say researchers

Glitter nail polish: The new way to protect your data

Glitter nail polish is the perfect way to ensuring your laptop hasn't been tampered with as its random pattern is extremely hard to replicate, experts say

Glencore oil trader Andrew Kearns loses wrongful dismissal claim after he was sacked for 'heavy night' of drinking - and is ordered to pay at least £150,000

Glencore said he failed to attend critical Singapore meetings in the morning, at lunchtime and in the afternoon

African skies: Tourists have flocked to Cape Town in the post-apartheid years

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Sacked oil trader Andrew Kearns launches claim

An oil trader who was sacked because he was said to be not in a fit state after a heavy night out has launched a claim for wrongful dismissal.

Nairobi Westgate attack: American family speak of heroic rescue by Kenyan man

The family rescued by the brother of an anti-terror agent have spoken of their ordeal, after coming under siege by terrorists in a Kenyan shopping mall.

Red Bull heir Vorayuth Yoovidhya skips court in death by dangerous driving case

An arrest warrant is being sought for an heir to the Red Bull energy drink fortune after he failed to appear for his indictment in the hit-and-run death of a policeman, a prosecutor said.

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Paul Lamb has taken on the case originally begun by Tony Nicklinson

Barbaric and inhumane: Paralysed man Paul Lamb hits back after judges dismiss his right-to-die appeal

Former builder has spent the past 23 years receiving round-the-clock care with only a tiny degree of movement in his right arm

The 10 Best hand luggage

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The Business Matrix: Thursday 16 May 2013

Sun-seekers lift easyJet shares

British citizens in Boston urged to let family and friends know they're safe

British citizens in the Boston area are being urged by the Foreign Office to "Let family and friends know you are safe".

Eurostar profits double on surge for the Olympics

Olympic teams plus millions of holidaymakers flocking to London by Eurostar for last summer’s Games saw the Channel Tunnel train service’s operating profit more than double to £52.3 million in 2012.

Travelbag has a luxury escape to Miami staying at the Perry South Beach Hotel for £829 per person

British holidaymakers in Florida embroiled in bureaucratic bungling as they're told they'll need International Driving Permit - but won't be punished if they don't have one

It is believed that pressure from local tourism officials, the Foreign Office and motoring organisations triggered the abrupt change of mind

Investment View: Don't get flights of fancy over the airlines' shares

Wrapping up some of the more prominent companies to update on their financials following the recent torrent of trading statements, let's have a look at easyJet.

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Why do we ignore the worst of the massacres?

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Humans: Are the scientists developing robots in danger of replicating the hit Channel 4 drama?

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Time to lay these myths about the Deep South to rest

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What exactly does 'one' mean?

Court of Appeal passes judgement on thorny mathematical issue
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It's hard to understand why so many are buying it – but then best-selling was ever an inexact science, says DJ Taylor
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HMS Saracen

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