News Maths is the only subject where girls still lag behind boys

Girls lack confidence in their ability in maths and science and are therefore put off from applying for jobs in engineering and computing, a new study from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows today.

Hilary Clinton's revenge list is no bad idea

My tally is in my head rather than on my laptop. Not being a high-flying politician, I guess my enemies are fewer and easier to remember than hers are.

Oxford University apologises after students were emailed a list of their worst-performing peers' marks

Oxford University has apologised after an administrator accidentally emailed a list of poorly performing students’ marks to their peers yesterday.

Ross Barkley celebrates Everton's winning goal against Swansea on Sunday

Everton midfielder Ross Barkley 'could shine in Brazil' for England at World Cup 2014, claims Roberto Martinez

The youngster scored a fine free-kick at the weekend to ensure Everton beat Swansea

Brain networks in males (upper) and in females (lower)

The hardwired difference between male and female brains could explain why men are 'better at map reading'

And why women are 'better at remembering a conversation'

Gozde Kansu dismissal: Women shouldn't lose their jobs for bearing the ‘assets’ they were hired for

The Turkish TV presenter said 'sacrificing' her was the easiest option for producers

Google offers free Microsoft Office editor for phones and tablets (Microsoft doesn't)

The Quickoffice app allows you to edit Word documents, Excel spreadsheets and Powerpoint presentations on the move

A bendy London bus that has ended up in Malta

Tourists visiting Malta driven round the bend by the unpopular buses that Boris Johnson rejected

Visitors vow to avoid island until saga over unpopular Arriva buses is resolved

Labour says the forces should boost in-service training so personnel have more skills when they leave

Labour to offer jobs and care for those leaving armed forces

Labour will today announce plans to improve the lives of servicemen and women when they leave the forces after research found that they cost the state more than £100m a year.

Hundreds of manufacturers from all over the world are displaying their hardware

Where the worst dictators love to shop: World’s largest arms fair comes to London

Biennial extravaganza attended by delegations from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Bahrain

Customers at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair in east London

Five held over arms fair protest

Five anti-arms trade protesters have been arrested after supergluing their hands together and blocking the entrance to an arms fair.

Jim Armitage: Cracking the code is the way to business success

Outlook A footnote from a meeting with Wonga's chief executive earlier this week. I know, I know: to many readers, Errol Damelin is the epitomy of all that's wrong with British capitalism. But when it comes to tech, the veteran of three different start-up firms knows his stuff.

Hillary will be awarded an honorary degree from St Andrews in September

St Andrews to award Hillary an honorary degree

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is to be honoured by St Andrews University next month

Leading Light will spearhead Aidan O’Brien’s St Leger challenge

Leading Light illuminates O'Brien St Leger chances

Ruler of the World and Trading Leather, the English and Irish Derby winners, were conspicuous by their absence at today’s entry stage for the St Leger, connections opting  instead to go the Irish Champion Stakes route and a drop back in distance. However, a profusion of  prospective late-bloomers stood their ground for the Doncaster classic,  including no fewer than 12 from Aidan O’Brien’s powerful stable.

Victoria Pendleton joins 12,500 other runners at the Family Run yesterday. The 1.5-mile circuit around the Olympic Park was the first public event to use the Olympic Stadium since London 2012

Government on the run over claims Olympic legacy is just a short-term gimmick

MPs say that £150m ringfenced for school sport would be spent within two years

Young unemployed afraid they will never find work

The young want to work - but huge numbers of them do not believe they ever have a chance of getting a job, according to a new survey.

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