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New data shows the recent damage to UK’s prized services sector – and potentially to Europe as a whole.
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The government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda seems to be taking no account of coming automation.
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Preserving the cultural heritage of a city like Liverpool has to be reconciled with investing in its residents’ futures.
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The latest UK data shows that nearly two-thirds of people who died of COVID between February 1 and June 21 had been vaccinated.
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Some UFO sightings appear to demonstrate 'advanced technology'. The Pentagon has confirmed some threaten flight safety, and potentially national security.
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The ubiquity of mobile phones is a defining feature of the 21st century, but it's been possible to place a phone call on the go since shortly after World War II.
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New regulations, training systems and research are underway but there's much still to be done.
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Why it's important to pay attention to evolutionary theory when considering population health.
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The idea that funding cuts were inevitable and necessary is pervasive.
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We looked at 100 years of Tory and Labour governments to see who was better at producing GDP.
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In rural Kyrgyzstan, 1 in 3 marriages begins with an abduction. Older generations see this as a harmless tradition, but two brides have been killed since 2018. A study finds other problems, too.
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Bots flooding social media with fake news about politics is bad enough. Muddying the waters in such fields as cybersecurity and health care could put lives at risk.
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Developers with disabilities are in the best position to build accessible technology, but they face a Catch-22 – most technology design tools themselves are not particularly accessible.
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UK will come under pressure to bring about change in its overseas territories, but only up to a point.
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Planting a hedge can boost biodiversity, tackle noise, air and soil pollution and help towards meeting carbon emissions targets.
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Photos from the early 1900s show LA's forests of oil derricks. Hundreds of wells are still pumping, and new research finds people living nearby and struggling with breathing problems.
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Scientists still still don't fully understand how general anaesthesia affects the brain and body. A molecule found in bioluminescent stony coral may shed some light.