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  1. March 28, 2014

    The Inventory: Charlie Higson

    Charlie Higson, 55, is an author, actor, comedian and writer for television and radio. His work includes the TV comedy The...

  2. March 9, 2014

    Scientists discover more gases attacking ozone layer

    Scientists have discovered four new man-made gases in the atmosphere that they say are eating into the ozone layer more than...

  1. February 10, 2014

    Parties supply dual fuel for anti-business sentiment

    It is high time the competition authorities broke up the Conservative and Labour parties. They operate as a duopoly in the...

  2. January 20, 2014

    Red wine and chocolate could fight type 2 diabetes, research says

    Research suggests that red wine and chocolate could help to prevent type 2 diabetes. According to a study of 2,000 women in...

  3. September 15, 2013

    Masterpieces: Art and East Anglia, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK – review

    For three weeks in 1933, Albert Einstein, fleeing Nazi Germany for America, stayed in a beach hut near the Norfolk seaside...

  4. March 6, 2013

    Study recommends bigger cull of deer

    First, it was the badger. Now the deer is staring down the barrel of a gun as scientists warn rapidly rising numbers of...

  5. January 15, 2013

    Into University Partnerships does share placing

    A niche UK education company that specialises in attracting foreign students to university campuses around the world has...

  6. September 13, 2012

    Data to show impact of students on migration

    Vice-chancellors are claiming partial victory in their fight to ensure foreign student numbers are not capped or cut, after...

  7. September 6, 2012

    Vice-chancellors warn on immigration curbs

    Leading vice-chancellors have warned that immigration restrictions on foreign students could derail the UK universities...

  8. August 10, 2012

    Where the weird things are

    Time travel was simple in 1952: you bought, borrowed or stole a copy of the Anthology of American Folk Music and put the...

  9. July 19, 2012

    No charges as ‘Climategate’ probe ends

    Norfolk police have closed their two-and-a-half year investigation into the 2009 “Climategate” hacking of thousands of...

  10. March 23, 2012

    Small talk: Anne Enright

    Anne Enright made her name with her fourth novel The Gathering, which won the 2007 Man Booker Prize. Born in Dublin, Ireland...

  11. March 2, 2012

    Small talk: Glenn Patterson

    Born in Belfast in 1961, Glenn Patterson studied creative writing at the University of East Anglia before publishing his...

  12. February 23, 2012

    Peter Buckley, Leeds University Business School

    Every week, a business school professor, an expert in his or her field, will define key terms on FT Lexicon, our online...

  13. December 10, 2011

    Putting trust in science at risk

    From Prof Roger Pielke. Sir, Bob Ward’s letter (December 3) explains that the unauthorised publication of emails from the...

  14. December 3, 2011

    Scientists frustrated in climate change debate

    From Mr Bob Ward. Sir, Christopher Caldwell is correct that the publication of emails hacked from the University of East...

  15. November 25, 2011

    Why climategate is a catastrophe for science

    With the UN conference on climate change set to open in Durban next week, 5,000 emails stolen from the Climatic Research...

  16. November 22, 2011

    Emails revive ‘Climategate’ before UN summit

    A fresh controversy over a batch of emails allegedly hacked from the UK university at the centre of the 2009 “climate-gate”...

  17. November 22, 2011

    Ten Questions - Char March

    Char March is a published playwright and poet, currently writer-in-residence for Hull University Business School in the UK....

  18. October 15, 2011

    Small talk: Mohammed Hanif

    Mohammed Hanif’s acclaimed first novel, A Case of Exploding Mangoes (2008), which was awarded a Commonwealth Writers’ Prize,...

  19. October 7, 2011

    Small talk: Amit Chaudhuri

    Novelist, poet and musician Amit Chaudhuri was born in India in 1962. He left to study English at University College London...

  20. September 6, 2011

    Brady steps down at BPP

    As part of the restructuring of BPP, the UK for-profit professional training company, Chris Brady is to step down as dean of...

  21. August 26, 2011

    Making it in Britain

    Victoria Stapleton, 44, is the founder and owner of the Scottish cashmere and fashion label Brora. Launched in 1993, the...

  22. August 13, 2011

    SongBird Survival is campaigning for high-quality science

    From Mr Clive Sherwood. Sir, Max Hastings (“Giving badgers the bullet is ‘a very bold course, minister’”, July 30) and...

  23. June 24, 2011

    Alarm raised over medicines for elderly

    Many common drugs taken by the elderly increase the risk of dementia and death, according to a study of 13,000 Britons aged...

  24. June 18, 2011

    Small talk: Andrew Miller

    Andrew Miller was born in Bristol in 1960. He studied creative writing at the University of East Anglia and completed a PhD...

  25. June 2, 2011

    Nature worth billions, says environment audit

    Living close to a river, coast or lake is worth £1.3bn a year Nature provides “free services” to Britain’s economy worth...

  26. February 20, 2011

    Universities told to keep a lid on fees

    Universities have been warned that if they raise tuition fees too far, the sector will face a fresh round of public spending...

  27. February 6, 2011

    Universities attack immigration policy

    Home Office proposals to cut immigration have come under renewed assault from the education sector, with universities...

  28. January 26, 2011

    Call to scrap UK student visa restrictions

    Higher education leaders are fighting back against government plans to restrict the number of students entering Britain,...

  29. December 17, 2010

    CareTech expands with £2.8m purchase

    CareTech, a specialist provider of social care, has bought its third foster care agency of the year. The deal will allow it...

  30. December 7, 2010

    Aspirin a day reduces cancer death risk

    Taking an aspirin a day can cut your risk of dying from cancer by 25 per cent, according to research published today. The...

  31. November 26, 2010

    Science: Academics climb back into the ring of debate

    Mainstream climate scientists have come under unprecedented assault during the past year from politicians and commentators –...

  32. October 1, 2010

    Climate change panel needs urgent reform

    From Dr Simon Buckle Sir, Andrew Turnbull (“A climate overhaul is needed to win back public trust”, Comment, September 27)...

  33. September 29, 2010

    Transparency is needed in climate change research

    From Mr Bob Ward. Sir, Lord Turnbull points out that “only if confidence is restored in the science will there be the trust...

  34. September 26, 2010

    A climate overhaul is needed to win back public trust

    When in November 2009 an archive of some 1,000 e-mails sent and received by scientists at the Climatic Research Unit at the...

  35. September 14, 2010

    ‘Climategate’ inquiries ‘flawed’, sceptics say

    Inquiries that cleared scientists from the UK’s University of East Anglia of wrongdoing in the “climategate” report by a...

  36. July 8, 2010

    Climate politics

    Over the past year, the momentum for climate change action has stalled. The cause was particularly damaged last November...

  37. July 7, 2010

    Gloom lifts for embattled scientists

    For climate scientists around the world, the past seven months have been an ordeal.Many have faced allegations ranging from...

  38. July 7, 2010

    Sceptics brand climate inquiry a ‘whitewash’

    As the biggest investigation into the “climategate” e-mail scandal concluded on Wednesday afternoon, climate change sceptics...

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