News Shrien Dewani is accused of killing his bride Anni on their honeymoon in South Africa

Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.

Paralysed motorbike stunt rider Eddie Kidd

Eddie Kidd's wife jailed for five months for assaulting the paralysed motorbike stuntman

Samantha Kidd pleaded guilty to four counts of assault

The wind blows Pope Francis's mantle as he speaks at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro

Windswept Pope gives sermon to pilgrims at Copacabana beach

It seems even His Holiness is not safe from a wardrobe malfunction, as his mantle blew right over his face in the middle of his speech in Copacabana beach.

Four cleared of plot to defraud  investors in iSoft

Three former directors at the technology group iSoft were yesterday cleared of defrauding the company’s investors.

Liam Byrne, the shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, has laid some of the blame at the door of Atos

Crackdown on disability benefits costs taxpayer £66m in appeals costs

Appeals bill soars over claims Atos ‘is getting more decisions wrong than ever before’

Scientists discover the molecule responsible for causing feelings of depression

Protein receptor is found to release hormones that can cause anxiety and depression

Londoners sunbathing during their lunch hour in Green Park

MPs table Early Day Motion calling for workers to be sent home when thermometers hit 30C

Working in high heats can lead to a "reduction in cognitive function, attention span and visual motor tracking" and higher rates of accidents, the motion argues.

Britain's one million young unemployed are depressed, rarely leave the house and are not part of society

UCU report paints a 'heartbreaking' picture of young people in the UK who fear they will never get a job

Former BBC reporter Russell Joslin

BBC reporter threw himself under bus after 'cover-up' over harassment allegations he made against colleague

Family said BBC managers did too little to help when he contacted them to address the concerns

New PIP device measures stress to help users relax

Kickstarter bio-sensor is held between thumb and forefinger to measure 'galvanic skin response'

Kimiko Date-Krumm (L) shakes hands after beating Germany's Carina Witthoeft
The Apprentice winner Tom Pellereau and his 12-day old daughter demonstrate the Nipper Clipper

The Apprentice 2012 winner Tom Pellereau turns talons to safe nail-clippers for babies

Apprentice boffin Tom Pellereau is hoping his latest invention is up to scratch as he unveiled a safe nail-clipper for babies.

Are students turning to gambling in the face of increased money troubles?

One in five students are turning to gambling as a way to make money at university, while one in four would consider selling their body to medical trials or the adult entertainment industry.

Review: Flappers - Six Women of a Dangeous Generation, By Judith Mackrell

Lives of the real Gatsby women

Tony Nicklinson with his wife Jane

'It's not a matter of personal sympathy': Judges say they will not be swayed by emotion in latest round of right-to-die legal action started by Tony Nicklinson

Leading judges said today that they are “acutely aware of the desperate situation” of those at the centre of “right-to-die” litigation at the Court of Appeal - but emphasised that the case could not be decided on the basis of “personal sympathy”.

Taking part in regular physical activity can both increase self-esteem and reduce stress and anxiety, according to a report released by the Mental Health Foundation

Why the object of exercise is not just a physical one: Regular exercise lowers depression risk by up to 30 per cent

Just 10 minutes’ brisk walking can improve your emotional state, according to a report being released by the Mental Health Foundation to mark the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.

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