Campaigners were out to stop Nazi Tommy Robinson in the European elections right up to the vote on Thursday.
UCU union members will meet for their annual congress in Harrogate this weekend. Members in higher education are demanding the union acts to defend their USS pension scheme.
The research was carried out by Imperial College London and led by Dr Rita Campos-Pires, from the department of surgery and cancer.
Christina Kirchner, who recently announced a surprise vice-presidential bid, faces multiple corruption charges.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant empire in the United Kingdom is on the brink of collapse.
Thousands of college lecturers struck across Scotland on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.
With American saxophonist Branford Marsalis taking top billing, concertgoers may have drawn the conclusion that the ACO's latest outing was a celebration of the man behind the music.
Many of the works on offer operate in a jarring way.
William Blackburn, from the Isle of Man (pictured), was named as a victim of the plane crash in Dubai last week a day after ex-RAF wing commander David Phillips was also named.
About 180 workers at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant in Cumbria began a ten-day strike over pay on Sunday.
The EU Council President, who said there is a 'special place in hell' reserved for people who promoted Brexit without a plan, backed Jan Rostowski claiming he would make a 'great MEP for London'.
Four debut novels are on the longlist for Australia's most significant literary prize.
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The NCAS Youth Report has revealed many Australians aged 16-24 have disturbing beliefs in relation to sexual assault and abusive relationships.
Migrant parents' experience of their access to high school has an inter-generational effect on their children's performance in tests, study finds
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Publishing heavyweights are vying for Shorten’s inside story on the election Labor was convinced it would win.
Medium-sized economies such as Australia need an international system of rules because we're not big enough to throw our weight about.
Senior business leader and HSBC chairman Graham Bradley has questioned the wisdom in cutting interest rates, saying the RBA would "surrender what little leverage they have".
The flu, an annual plague that claims twice as many lives as road carnage, has struck relatively early and alarmingly hard this year.