Govan Stones: Historic Hogback Stone leaves Scotland for first time in 1,100 years to go on display at British Museum

One of the most important relics of indigenous Viking culture will leave Scotland for the first time in its 1,100 year history to go on display at the British Museum this week.

According to research, there is a strong link between financial issues and low mental well-being in people over 50

Debt-ridden over-50s ‘more likely to suffer mental-health problems’

High levels of personal debt in Britain could be creating a health time bomb, according to research showing a strong link between financial problems and low mental well-being in older people.

Bollywood glamour and roaring economic progress have blinded us to India’s misogynist reality

India is the fourth most dangerous place in the world for females, after only Afghanistan, Congo and Pakistan

The Government has faced a barrage of criticism over the HS2 plans

Two hours and two minutes to get to Preston. Why do we need HS2, again?

The Government is looking to spend upwards of £50bn to improve a journey taken by only 2 per cent of commuters

Rainforests aren't faring too well with the rising temperatures

Climate change: Rainforest absorption of CO2 becoming erratic

For each 1C rise in temperature, tropical regions now release about 2 billion extra tonnes of carbon-containing gases

People help a family out of a burning car after it drove over a barricade of fire started by protesters, during demonstrations against the staging of the upcoming 2014 World Cup

Over 100 arrested in Brazil as anti-World Cup protesters clash with police

Sao Paulo demonstration billed as the year’s first action against the summer tournament ended in tear gas and rubber bullets after cars were torched and bank windows smashed

Doctors worry e-cigarettes will give youngsters a taste for nicotine

Sale of e-cigarettes to under-18s to be illegal

The sale of electronic cigarettes to under-18s is to be banned after the chief medical officer warned they could be “extremely damaging to young people’s health”.

‘High’ street: A shopping spree really does make you happy, says new research

Say buy buy to the blues: Picking goods and paying for them really does banish sadness, says a study into retail therapy

A shopping spree really does make you happy, says new research

Head of St Mary’s, Mike Kennedy, aims for ‘all-comers’

Top Merseyside private school St Mary’s College signs up to state sector

The elite Catholic college, launchpad to many illustrious alumni, will be open to all-comers

Book review: "Lives In Writing" by David Lodge

Art that rises from personal debris

Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva left Stonyhurst College in Clitheroe, Lancashire, in the early hours of Monday morning

Stonyhurst runaway teenagers told they cannot return to College

Stonyhurst headmaster rules their return as 'untenable' after their departure to the Caribbean sparked an international search

Sex club owner Mille Markovic is believed to have made many enemies

Gangster Mille Markovic ‘who had pictures of Swedish king Carl XVI Gustaf in strip club’ shot dead in his car

Serbian-Swedish businessman found slumped in his vehicle outside his home with gunshot wounds to his head

University of Sheffield; the university's vice-chancellor received a £105,000 pay rise last year

Fury at £105,000 pay rise for Sheffield University boss Sir Keith Burnett after he refused to raise employees' salaries to the living wage

A leading university vice-chancellor secured a £105,000 pay rise last year while his institution was refusing to lift its employees’ salaries to the level of the living wage.

Isabella Sorley (left) and John Nimmo have been jailed for abusing a feminist campaigner over Twitter

Twitter 'trolls' Isabella Sorley and John Nimmo jailed for abusing feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez

The pair bombarded Caroline Criado-Perez with offensive tweets

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Boris Johnson's war on diesel

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