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Parky at the Pictures (In Cinemas 29/9/2016)

Reviews of Tharlo; Courted; The Fencer; Under the Shadow; 31; Urban Hymn; Southside With You; The First Day in May; and The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga

7:30am Thursday 29 September 2016

Jeremy Corbyn confident of 'effective' front bench team despite MP divisions

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn prepares his keynote speech in his hotel, which he will deliver on Wednesday during the Labour Autumn Conference at the ACC Liverpool.

Jeremy Corbyn has denied that divisions among his MPs amount to a "smash-up" of the Labour Party, insisting he will appoint a "very, very effective" front bench team within the next fortnight to take the fight to the Conservatives.

12:15am Tuesday 27 September 2016

Smart meters 'only lead to small savings on energy bills'

Smart meters have been promoted to consumers as a way to reduce their energy bills (Energy Retail Association/PA)

Smart meters are likely to save individual consumers only a small amount of money on their energy bills and the Government needs to work harder to convince households of the true benefits of the rollout, according to a report.

5:58am Saturday 24 September 2016

Bleat that - acting the goat earns researcher spoof Nobel award

Thomas Thwaites, left, accepts the Ig Nobel prize in biology from 2007 economics laureate Eric Maskin at Harvard University (AP)

A British man who lived as a goat for three days is among the winners of this year's Ig Nobel prizes for scientific research.

5:49am Friday 23 September 2016

Cancer cases in children 'up 40% in under 20 years'

There are 1,300 more diagnoses of cancer a year in people under the age of 25 compared to 1998 - costing the NHS £130 million extra a year

The number of cancer cases in children has leapt by 40% in less than two decades because of pollution, pesticides and gadgets, new analysis has shown.

12:14am Sunday 4 September 2016

Cancer cases in children 'up 40% in under 20 years'

There are 1,300 more diagnoses of cancer a year in people under the age of 25 compared to 1998 - costing the NHS £130 million extra a year

The number of cancer cases in children has leapt by 40% in less than two decades because of pollution, pesticides and gadgets, new analysis has shown.

11:18pm Saturday 3 September 2016

Satish Kumar on walking 8,000 miles and bringing The Resurgence Festival to Oxford

Satish Kumar

I would walk 8,000 miles

12:00pm Monday 19 September 2016

Satish Kumar on walking 8,000 miles and bringing The Resurgence Festival to Oxford

Satish Kumar

I would walk 8,000 miles

1:27pm Thursday 15 September 2016

Government poised to set out measures to ban microbeads in bathroom products

Microbeads are damaging to the environment

Environmentally damaging microbeads used in bathroom products look set to be banned from the end of next year.

7:23pm Friday 2 September 2016

Heathrow expansion must be consigned to the dustbin, Boris Johnson warns

Theresa May has been urged not to back a third runway for Heathrow

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has branded Heathrow expansion a "fantasy" destined for the "dustbin".

12:17am Friday 16 September 2016
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