From this September children in England will explicitly be taught evolution from primary school onwards as part of the science curriculum

New laws are needed to prevent creationism 'indoctrination' in independent schools, says top science educator

BBC presenter Professor Alice Roberts says regulations must be expanded to include private schools

Crystal Fairy & the magical cactus: Film review - rambling, mildly engaging road movie

(18) Sebastian Silva, 92 mins Starring: Michael Cera, Gaby Hoffmann, Agustín Silva, Juan Andrés Silva, José Miguel Silva

On Wednesday the moon will appear to be 4 per cent smaller than usual as it reaches its apogee

Mini-moon: the smallest moon of 2014 will appear in skies on Wedneday evening

The moon will reach its apogee three hours after it rises

One third of Americans reject the theory of evolution

One third of Americans reject the theory of evolution

Killing Oswald(NC) - film review

Was Lee Harvey Oswald a "patsy" as he himself claimed?

State schools ‘an open door for evangelical groups to push creationism,’ warns study

National Secular Society calls on Government to introduce stricter codes of conduct

Sexual education is a basic right, Gove. So let's stop thinking of it as a fruity optional extra

It’s vital that we make SRE – including a proper education about women’s autonomy, rape, and consent – a statutory part of the curriculum

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'It’s been a real ride getting on the longlist'

Gas cloud 'stretched like spaghetti' by supermassive black hole

Through studying the cloud's death throes, scientists hope to learn more about the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way

One to watch: Rainy Milo, singer, 17

One to watch: Rainy Milo, singer, 17

Is this the new Neneh Cherry? Gilles Peterson snapped up her soulful pop song “'Bout You” which she had posted online for his compilation CD.

Fewer Creationist groups are joining Michael Gove’s flagship programme

Creationist free school applications plummet

The number of faith schools continues to grow, mostly started by mainstream Christian groups

Alex Jones, left, ranting on The Sunday Politics Show

'It's like 1984': US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones in bizarre rant against Bilderberg Group on BBC1's Andrew Neil show

US conspiracy theorist Alex Jones lost his temper in spectacular style on live television on Saturday, accusing the Bilderberg Group of being “heavily involved in the EU plan”, which he described as a “Nazi plan” and shouting “Freedom will not stop” repeatedly to bemused guests.

Chris Froome finished runner up last year

Sir Bradley Wiggins' absence leaves the path clear for Chris Froome to win the Tour de France

The chances of a second British winner in as many years may have been boosted by today's announcement

Numbers of complaints about unwanted calls have trebled in just six months

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We're being sucked into a world of superficially friendly exchanges

Prosecution case against Oscar Pistorius suffers a blow in court

The hunched Oscar Pistorius who wept through much of the first day and a half of this courtroom drama in South Africa, was replaced by an upright and alert observer this afternoon.

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