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That's the strategy used by both men and women to test a potential partner's commitment, claims new research
Potential oil revenue and lost subsidy from English taxpayers will likely cancel each other out. Let's concentrate on the uncertain aspects of Scotland's economic future
Labour is drawing inspiration from Germany to create a new industrial strategy for Britain to provide a future model for the economy, the shadow Business Secretary said last night.
Tim Oliver studied BA Politics and International Relations at the University of Hull, and is now studying a PhD there
Transport Secretary's opposition to runway makes her position in Cabinet 'untenable'
Britain's double-dip recession is not as deep as previously feared after revised figures showed a smaller contraction in the second quarter of the year.
Egypt's leaders were under increasing strain last night as a fuel shortage heaped pressure on the battered economy and officials met with world finance chiefs to discuss a multi-billion dollar development loan.
Profits at the Co-operative Group fell by a third today after its food stores suffered amid "fierce" competition from supermarkets and its banking arm was hit by the recession.
There is only one thing deteriorating as fast as Britain's public finances – and that is the public faith in George Osborne's ability to deal with the problem.
The rumpus over Niall Ferguson’s Newsweek cover story proclaiming it was time for Obama to go proves an ancient truth. If there’s one thing worse than being talked about, it’s not being talked about.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has confirmed Ipswich have tabled an offer for Maurice Edu.
Labour hits out at plan to remove obligation to build affordable housing
The Way I See It: There simply isn’t time or the funding in the state sector to devote the formal time required to give kids the exposure to sport we would all like. That has to come from parents and clubs, from people like you and me.
A majority of Britain's millionaires have, for the first time, lost confidence in George Osborne's economic policies.
Ed McKeever is quickly labelled the Usain Bolt of sprint canoeing after powering away and holding lead to win gold
Michael Scott, the performance director of British Swimming, has promised to make his team “leaner and meaner” following their failure in the London Games.