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The University of Nottingham is the greenest university in the world, according to a new study.

Britain are expected to take their strongest-ever team to Sochi

Speed skaters tap into cycling's golden secrets

Britain’s speed-skating team are the latest sport to try to tap into British cycling’s remarkable run of success in an attempt to win a first Olympic gold at next year’s Winter Games.

Editorial: Justin Bieber is not big or clever, just rude

Justin Bieber is far from the first megastar to leave his fans waiting. Indeed, it was once de rigueur for rock bands of all descriptions – not just the vastly successful ones – to finally make it on to the stage several hours after they were billed.

Mick and Mairead Philpott

Philpott wife 'performed sex act on co-accused to keep him onside' after house fire that killed six children

A father accused of killing his six children in a house fire watched as his wife had sex with another man accused of their manslaughter just days after the fatal blaze, a court heard.

Anger at DECC as fuel poverty hits millions

As more vulnerable people are forced to choose whether to eat or heat, protesters take to the streets.

John Poole: chemist, scholar and librarian

Dr John Poole: Highly valued Commons librarian

I have never understood why MPs require research assistants (I never had one, nor claimed for one). The House of Commons Library has among its staff many scholars who will supply objective information, often very promptly. Working among gifted contemporaries covering other fields was Dr John Poole, who from 1966 until his retirement in 1990 was Head of the Science section of the Library. Indeed, he was the founding father of the provision of serious scientific fact to Parliament.

Cait Reilly speaks to the media after she won a Court of Appeal ruling that a Government flagship back-to-work scheme requiring her to work for free at a Poundland discount store was unlawful

Government's flagship work scheme in crisis after Poundland 'slavery' case ruling

The Government has suffered an embarrassing setback when the Appeal Court upheld a 24-year-old graduate’s claim that its back-to-work schemes were legally flawed.

Anthony Hilton: Boris's housing plan is more stunt than strategy

Nothing gets people going like house prices. I did a piece elsewhere which pointed out that for the cost of a small family house in Fulham you could now buy a street in Sunderland. That was on Monday. By Wednesday, Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, was demanding that his London Authority should be allowed to collect the hundreds of millions of pounds raised in stamp duty on the sale of expensive homes in the capital. He would then use those funds to finance the building of affordable homes so millions of ordinary Londoners – those already here and others forecast to arrive in the coming decade – would have at least some chance of getting on the housing ladder.

Carl Froch (L) and Mikkel Kessler during a press conference

Boxing: Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler promise 'epic' rematch

Pair to fight at the O2 in May

Nick Griffin: 'Have you any idea of the price of copper?'

British National Party 'so poor it should sell scrap metal'

Nick Griffin, leader of the cash strapped far-right BNP, once fed his family on a rabbit that had been killed on the road.

People of the same religious faith will help each other more, but religious people are no more unselfish than non-believers

Love thy neighbour, but only if he’s one of us, appears to be the message.

Lecturer told council about neighbour abuse

A university lecturer killed herself three weeks after warning council that she could not cope with living next door to a drugs den.

Carl Froch is among the boxers in Eddie Hearn's stable

Boxing: Carl Froch-Mikkel Kessler rematch agreed

Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler will meet in "one of the biggest fights in world boxing" this year after agreeing an explosive rematch on British soil.

Carl Froch is among the boxers in Eddie Hearn's stable

Boxing: Carl Froch granted rematch with Mikkel Kessler

Fight will be arguably the most anticipated of 2013

Mansfield Town’s chairman has launched an extraordinary attack on Luis Suarez

'It's nonsense to say that I was embarrassed': Ian Ayre offers Luis Suarez backing following handball controversy

Liverpool striker handled the ball for winning goal against Mansfield

Coalition hit by 27 rebellions this parliamentary session

The Coalition has been hit by 27 rebellions this parliamentary session – and the scale of dissent would have been higher but for the abandoning of moves to reform the House of Lords.

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