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Adventures in micro-business: Company cars provide fuel for thought

Each month Professor Russell Smith answers your queries, and profiles a small business facing a big challenge

Prozac cleared for children aged eight despite fears of suicide risk

Children as young as eight can be given the antidepressant Prozac, the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) has ruled.

Stephen King: Proof that entrepreneurs are alive and well despite what the economists may believe

'Policymakers may not be able to rely on economic models, we have to make judgements'

Opus Dei, by John L Allen

What's with the whips?

Eat as much as you like...

...and still lose weight? Devotees of the Warrior diet think they've found the key to a healthier life: it's not what you eat but when you eat it. By Jeremy Laurance

Alex Horne, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

'Gizmo gags' and body language put the science into stand-up

Market Report: Talk of Capital-GWR merger boosts radio sector

Dealing rooms in the Square Mile were yesterday buzzing with talk that consolidation may soon be on the agenda in the radio sector. It seems the excitement was caused by a seminar held by Capital Radio in which media buyers surprised investors with largely positive comments about the prospect of industry consolidation. Media buyers were very hostile to the merger of Carlton and Granada last year.

Sixth-formers to be spared a year of exams

Secondary pupils may be spared the strain of studying for three years of consecutive exams. Forcing sixth-formers to take AS-level exams at the end of their first year in the sixth should stop as soon as possible, Mike Tomlinson has told a seminar of independent school heads.

Only sun seekers need apply

Almost every week sees new villas and developments being launched on the Costas - but how can you tell the good buys from the bad guys? Try the Viva Espana event, says Ginetta Vedrickas
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Cook not the only one to be caught in The Oval mindwarp

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Can Rafael Benitez get the best out of Gareth Bale at Real Madrid?

Can Benitez get the best out of Bale?

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Athletics World Championships 2015: Beijing witnesses new stage in the Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson heptathlon rivalry

Beijing witnesses new stage in the Jess and Kat rivalry

The last time the two British heptathletes competed, Ennis-Hill was on the way to Olympic gold and Johnson-Thompson was just a promising teenager. But a lot has happened in the following three years
Jeremy Corbyn: Joining a shrewd operator desperate for power as he visits the North East

Jeremy Corbyn interview: A shrewd operator desperate for power

His radical anti-austerity agenda has caught the imagination of the left and politically disaffected and set a staid Labour leadership election alight
Isis executes Palmyra antiquities chief: Defender of ancient city's past was killed for protecting its future

Isis executes Palmyra antiquities chief

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