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UCL was shocked by the Government's decision to scrap the overseas research scholarship scheme – so it established its own fund.

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The number of suicides fell in England and Wales after the London bombings on 7 July 2005 researchers have found. A second significant reduction occurred after a wave of failed terrorist attacks two weeks later.

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