It is widely accepted that money can’t buy you love. Now a new study has found that it can buy you happiness – but only up to a point.
Campaigners call for weekend protests across the country to "celebrate women" on the 43rd anniversary of Page 3
Astronomers find the first rocky planet with vast oceans beyond our Solar System
A poet?! You have 10 seconds before I switch off… 10, 9 –
Will Nuneaton candidate be 56-year-old Harman-backed Miriam O'Reilly or 22-year-old local Victoria Fowler?
This latest protest proves that students have had enough of marketisation in higher education, says Michael Segalov
The Week in Books
Britain's booming tech industry is gasping for new talent and fresh ideas. Duncan Hopwood examines the options open to bright graduates
Events attended by the country’s top employers, their own investment funds and a combined annual turnover of more than £1.8m: the UK’s student societies mean business. The RBS ESSA seeks to reward them, writes Gemma Howe
Russ Thorne takes a closer look at the growing popularity of the IB
Those keen to develop a natural gift for words can benefit from an MA in creative writing, says Russ Thorne
Studying philosophy equips you with an adaptable mind and vital life skills, writes Russ Thorne
Distance learning offers plenty of benefits, including great flexibility, says Matt Symonds
A droll trip with two soul mates
Child deaths from abuse have fallen dramatically over the past 30 years, new figures show. With social workers frequently vilified after the death of a child at the hands of adult guardians, the findings – published in Archives of Disease in Childhood – act as tribute to the success of child protection policies and those who implement them.
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