It was supposed to be a celebration filled with regal splendour to herald the start of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. But even before the poached eggs and noisettes of lamb
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Sea Shepherd group vows to fight founder's possible extradition from Germany to Costa Rica over 2002 incident at sea
The good book should be read as a great work of literature – but it is not a guide to morality, as the education secretary Michael Gove would have us believe
The European Union has the tools and the will to protect the euro and fight the bloc's sovereign debt crisis, the European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy, and European Union President, Jose Barroso, declared yesterday.
Stocks fell on Friday after a sloppy debut by Facebook Inc <FB.O> spoiled hopes that a spectacular open for the most-anticipated stock sale in years would brighten the mood in
Cities already gobble up most of the world’s resources, so will increasing urbanization bring greater efficiency or simply more consumption?
Five nations in southern Africa are joining together to create a huge conservation area that will extend across their borders and expand critical territory for elephants. But can these new protections reverse decades of decline for area wildlife while also benefiting the people who live there?
An Oxford University study has put the number of children who were living in the UK without legal immigration status in 2011 at around 120,000 – about 0.9 per cent of the total population of children below the age of 18.
Competition, we are constantly told, encourages individuals, institutions and companies to take the risks necessary for innovation and efficiency. But in higher education, competition often discourages risk taking, leads to overly cautious short-term decisions, produces a mediocre product for the price, and promotes excessive spending on physical plants and bureaucracies.
Playing make-believe is more than a childhood pasttime.