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The way hospitals discharge patients is probably contributing to high levels of readmission, a year-long Healthwatch England inquiry finds.
Irregular sleeping patterns are "unequivocally" shown to lead to cancer in tests on mice, a study suggests.
Dan Giannopoulos's photographs of bags used to hold drugs, found on the streets of London.
Recreating a panoramic photo from WW1
Australia could earn up to $1.5bn a year in cattle exports to China in a deal being negotiated between the two countries.
Will Young on his favourite albums, and why he'll never listen to Kanye
Apple releases its first results since its watch went on sale - but don't expect any sales figures.
The police force at the centre of the Rotherham abuse scandal still needs to make "major improvements" to some child protection procedures, a report finds.
Researchers say the Arctic is highly sensitive to changes in summer temperatures as ice rebound continued through 2014.
Life in a security bubble is necessary for the president – and claustrophobic. Here’s an insider’s account.
Institute for Fiscal Studies analysis of changes to student finance forecasts higher debts for poorer student, but savings for the government.
Audience members will be invited to pay whatever they think an upcoming concert by Manchester's Halle Orchestra is worth.
Ambulance trusts in England are paying staff to appeal against thousands of speeding fines, despite 98% being blue light emergencies.
What is driving Egyptian girls to move away from their parents?
Meet the people getting tattoos with meaning
BBC Scotland reveals that thousands of motorists are caught in speed traps on a Scottish trunk road where there are just a handful of accidents.
Michael Mosley on how to reduce cholesterol
A new breed of computer game played by crowdsourced volunteers is helping to spot bugs in critically important software programs.
The sport where men have had to fight to take part
When things go wrong an apology could salvage a company's reputation, but most executives believe it's an admission of guilt and resort to weasel words instead.