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Editor of rankings says 'bizarre' inclusion of international students - in UK's drive to lower net migration numbers - sends a 'terrible message to the brightest and most ambitious students globally'
Microsoft and Google have resolved a long-running patent war; Chinese manufacturing has continued to shrink in September; New consumer protection measures have come into force under the Consumer Rights Act
This car's sole purpose in life is to be overshadowed by the Nissan Qashqai, Nissan Juke, Skoda Yeti et al
The update mostly brings small tweaks — but they’re very useful indeed
Bridges is old-school romance: with the velvet drapes and standing lamps at his back he could be straight out of a 50s high school dance
On Saturday, protestors took to the streets to attack a cereal-peddling cafe
A witness saw shoppers "screaming and running" during the incident
Exclusive: Controversial new court fees deny defendants the right to a fair trial because they encourage the innocent to plead guilty, says the professor
Two British companies built on online videos will get national exposure - Ian Burrell spoke to their founders
After 19 years legally resident in the UK, a South African book tour and a few trips to Yemen led to author Ishtiyaq Shukri’s deportation
Around 200 protesters marched through Shoreditch and Brick Lane before attacking the cafe and a nearby estate agent
Mostafa Aliverdipour is the last of 140 private and social housing tenants who are being moved out
A disabled man and his family have refused to leave their home in Sweets Way
They also don't like the lack of manners in London
How far should you go in tolerating systematic intolerance?