University of Birmingham reoccupied - even though five students face possible expulsion for previous protest

Students at Birmingham University occupied a university building on Wednesday in a new anti-privatisation protest.

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Former government adviser believes warnings of extremist attacks were ignored

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Muslim men attend prayer at the East London Mosque

Government crackdown on radicals 'will lead to attacks on Muslims'

Under the proposals, Islamist radicals face being expelled from mosques, Muslim community groups and universities in a fight-back against fundamentalism

University of Birmingham occupation broken up by police

Police and university security in Birmingham have broken up a week-long occupation at the university in an early raid this morning.

Chad Morris is facing deportation back the US following a ruling from an immigration tribunal

Texan special needs worker Chad Morris faces deportation after 'absurd' tribunal ruling

30-year-old forced to leave his job after appeal to remain was denied at an Immigration and Asylum Chamber tribunal

Students worth '£82bn' to UK economy

Graduates are more than worth the money invested in them, research shows

Found after 10,000 years: the world’s first calendar

Humans had a sophisticated calendrical system thousands of years earlier than previously thought, according to new research.

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Aston: 'a great British eccentric... an atheist whose life's work was medieval monasticism' according to his colleague Tony Robinson

Mick Aston: Archaeologist who found television fame on 'Time Team'

Professor Mick Aston was an archaeologist who was part of Time Team, the popular Channel 4 programme which for 20 years brought the world of archaeology to television audiences. Aston acted as chief archaeological adviser for 16 series, from its first broadcast in 1994 through to 2011, and was known for his combination of expertise, passion for the subject, and brightly coloured jumpers.

The gold standard for treating breast cancer which has held sway for twenty years is expected to change following results showing that death rates can be slashed further by extending drug therapy for longer

Taking breast cancer drug tamoxifen for ten years instead of five halves risk of dying from the disease, doctors say

The gold standard for treating breast cancer which has held sway for twenty years is expected to change following results showing that death rates can be slashed further by extending drug therapy for longer.

Murray and his wife Noreen, with their double portrait; they made a formidable team

Professor Sir Kenneth Murray: Scientist who developed the vaccine against hepatitis B

As chairman of the Court of the University of Edinburgh between 2003 and 2006 I was in a position to know something that Sir Ken Murray – he was Ken, not Kenneth to his vast array of friends in the scientific community worldwide – and his wife, Lady Noreen, did not want generally known: that they had donated over £12m to their university. This fund accrued from the patent rights of Murray's work, which spearheaded the fight against hepatitis. Murray and his Edinburgh team found a way to identify the hepatitis B virus, which seriously damages the liver, and developed a vaccine against it. He was also a co-founder of the biotech company Biogen, which patented the vaccine.

The boomerang generation: Why are so many more graduates moving back in with mum and dad?

In the eerie silence of an empty nest, parents often pine for the good old days of mounting phone bills, the patter of keyboards and loud music reverberating through the house. Yet as rent prices skyrocket and students are squeezed ever tighter, they should be careful what they wish for.

3G security flaw leaves smartphone users at risk of hackers

People using smartphones and other mobile internet devices can be tracked by hackers exploiting a flaw in their 3G connections, security experts have said.

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Usain Bolt says ahead of London 2012 Olympics: 'I'm ready to go'

Usain Bolt has revealed he will be "ready to go" at the London Olympics after recovering from a stiff back and hamstring problems.

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