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It is surely the ultimate in natural beauty therapy. And you can do it in pairs, over a girly chat.
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A new superbug could make antibiotics redundant, scientists have warned.
Experts fear the enzyme NDM-1, which lives inside different bacteria and
The number of Britons claiming unemployment benefit fell by much less than expected last month.
It was down by just 3,800 economists had forecast a
On Monday BP updated the cost of dealing with its ruptured oil well in the Gulf of Mexico to the equivalent of 4.6 billion euro.
That includes 240
The words modern day miracle are too often applied to advances in medicine.
But they are an understatement for the parents of the first child in
Britain and Pakistan have agreed to do more to fight Islamic militants.
It comes after the UK Prime Minister sparked a diplomatic row by
A year in the life of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is the theme of an exhibition at her London residence, Buckingham Palace. Different rooms feature
It’s emerged that 100 cows in a Scottish herd have been sired by bulls who are themselves the offspring of a cloned animal in the US.
They are at
The UK’s red squirrel population is under threat, with its North American grey cousin being blamed. An effort to prevent the reds’ extinction is
In the UK, its been revealed that meat from the offspring of a cloned cow entered the food chain last year and was eaten.
Two bulls born from
Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari has arrived in London for talks with Britain’s prime minister where he hopes a frank exchange will clear the
Authorities in Britain are investigating claims that milk from the offspring of a cloned cow has been on sale.
Reports have emerged in the media of
Film lovers in London are enjoying a little mystery with an event called Secret Cinema. Movie goers do not know what they are going to see, or even
British drivers are to receive up to six thousand euros each from next year if they buy a low-carbon car. The UK’s coalition government is to put 50
Britain’s coalition government has announced plans for a radical shake-up of the welfare system.
It says actions needs to be taken because
Londoners are getting into the saddle following the launch of the city’s first major bike hire scheme.
Already dubbed Boris bikes, the pedal
Britain has announced plans to end the fixed retirement age next year, saying it wanted to give people the chance to work beyond the age of
A new heart scanner is giving doctors their clearest ever view inside the human body. The 3D high defination scanner allows surgeons at a hospital in
Greenpeace claimed to have closed down all of BP ‘s petrol stations in London on Tuesday. The activist group said it had shut down all the oil
The world’s first ice cream truck exclusively for dogs opened in London.
Britain’s economy grew almost twice as fast as expected in the second quarter of this year.
That was due to a sharp pick-up in services activity
Archeologists have found the remains of a second circular construction at Stonehenge in Britain, but without disturbing a single blade of
There is little sign of a slowdown in the aviation industry as orders worth more than nine billion euros were announced on the third day of Britain’s
One area of the aviation industry where competition is increasingly fierce is the 100-130-seater sector, with several new players popping up
The Boeing 787 and the Airbus A 400M are the stars of this year’s Farnborough International Air Show in the UK – even if they only stayed two
A full recovery in the commercial aviation market is in the air at the UK’s Farnborough International Air Show.
After the financial crisis, the