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His notes and blog got him labelled an 'industry innovator' after the site attracted thousands of other students

Mentally ill people nearly five times more likely to be victims of murder than general population

People suffering from mental illness are almost five times more likely to be victims of murder than the general population, researchers have found .

Maggie Philbin who is to return as a TV science host after being added to the team on BBC1 series Bang Goes The Theory.

Tomorrow's World presenter Maggie Philbin signed up to host Bang Goes The Theory

Former Tomorrow's World presenter Maggie Philbin is to return as a TV science host after being added to the team on BBC1 series Bang Goes The Theory.

Oldham celebrate their FA Cup victory over Liverpool
Clothing designer Sir Paul Smith at the Clothworkers Hall in London

Government urged to back British clothing manufacture

Designers and retailers have called on government to help promote clothing manufacturing in Britain.

City backs push to revive Britain's clothing industry

A new report claims UK clothing manufacturing is again commercially viable and calls on the UK's retailers to reduce the amount imported from abroad.

Lorraine Kelly leads tributes to TV-am presenter Mike Morris

Colleagues including Lorraine Kelly have paid tribute to former TV-am presenter Mike Morris, who has died.

TV-am presenter Mike Morris dies

Colleagues including Lorraine Kelly have paid tribute to former TV-am presenter Mike Morris, who has died.

Bake Off's audience rises to new high

The Great British Bake Off saw its audience rise to a new high for last night's finale as more than seven million people watched John Whaite crowned king of the cakes.

Anthony Burgess, the author of 'A Clockwork Orange' and 'Earthly Powers,' died 17 years ago

Blue plaque for A Clockwork Orange author Anthony Burgess

A Clockwork Orange author Anthony Burgess will be publicly honoured for the first time in the UK when a blue plaque is unveiled tomorrow at the university where he studied.

Sir Bernard Lovell at the Jodrell Bank Observatory

Sir Bernard Lovell, pioneer of Jodrell Bank, dies at 98

Tributes to designer of legendary British telescope and 'inventor' of modern astronomy

Researchers reveal the real austerity Olympics: The political refugee games of 1948

It was the real austerity Olympics. Whilst the rest of the world's top athletes were asked to bring their own towels and handed out Horlicks tablets by the authorities in London 1948, the spirit of the Games was being enacted in even more Spartan surroundings than the bombed out British capital.

DAME JANET FINCH: The sociology professor says scientific journal papers should be publicly funded

Published research should be free and open to all, says academic panel

Access to Britain's published scientific research should be open and free of charge to all, an influential academic panel recommends to the Government today.

Black people in Britain more likely to be unemployed than those in US

Black people in Britain suffer from higher unemployment than those in the US because of a failure to address social inequality in the labour market, according to new research.

Manchester wins University Challenge for third time

The University of Manchester became champions of University Challenge for the third time in just seven years.

Doctor Peter Lowe: Historian of the Asia-Pacific

Peter Lowe was a distinguished international historian of the 20th century Asia-Pacific, the author of six major books covering half a century of developments in East Asia and Britain's reactions to them. He combed the archives of many countries, focusing on the period from 1911 when Britain – and the British Empire – were forces to be reckoned with, to the 1960s, when Britain had to limit her overseas interests. His careful scholarship over four decades was firmly founded on an admirable attention to primary sources.

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Thirties murder mystery novel is surprise runaway Christmas hit

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From noble to narky, the fall of the open letter

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A Christmas ghost story by Alison Moore

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