Much as we should be disgusted by their crimes, locking people up for a century will not make our country a safer place
The Cambridge academic gored by a stag in the Scottish Highlands on Monday remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital.
Kate Stone, who has a PhD in physics, was the victim of a "one-in-a-million" event in the Highlands
Second in line to the throne will be studying agricultural management
Quinn Coan, from LA, was attacked by a group of men laughing at his university gown
Staff should be told not to help patients out of bed when they want to smoke
Languages can not only help your career but can change the way you think for the better
British presenter lands his own weekly comedy series on HBO
Ex-foreign secretary, Lord Owen, tells conference that condition leads to disastrous decision-making
Leading scholars establish centre for the study of 'existential risk' in order to prepare for potentially devastating events
Children should not start formal school lessons until they are six or seven because of the “profound damage” the current education system is causing, a group of experts has warned.
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Leading independent schools are considering ditching A-levels in favour of their international equivalent as a result of Education Secretary Michael Gove’s exam reforms.
This cross-cultural story about the pains of growing up amuses but does not convince
Scan research reveals how the condition affects the brain according to gender
Figures come as Oxbridge snubs opportunity to have more places available to would-be students through the clearing system