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Almost half of people with depression don't appear as sad as you'd expect, but are at a particularly high risk of suicide, writes .
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Debunked: Jacob Rees-Mogg's allegations about concentration camps in the Anglo-Boer War.
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Independent Group: why seven Labour MPs have left the party.
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"Like-minded Labour MPs are likely to be able to coalesce around shared principles and values, but what of an alternative political philosophy? On this, the two-page statement from the [Independent Group] is very weak."
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"Politics play a big role in innovation."
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It's a shock to the system but the could generate new thinking, says academic.
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: Lessons from history for Labour's breakaway MPs
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Newly found fossils point to a link between a rise in atmospheric oxygen and the first emergence of complex life on Earth.
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'Smiling depression': it's possible to be depressed while appearing happy – here's why that's particularly dangerous
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: new independent group of MPs could break Britain's political deadlock
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What happens to the natural world if all the insects disappear?
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Andrea Levy: her important body of work set out what it is to be black and British
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Army recruitment: video game campaign raises big questions about targeting children
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Actors at all levels face pressure to change their appearance, not just stars like Doctor Who's Jodie Whittaker
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Should students apply to university after they receive their A-level results?
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The magic of moving paintings and staircases of Harry Potter could, someday soon, be real, writes researcher.
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Understanding the pleasure drugs give people would help to prevent the harms, say researchers.
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The best way for healthcare professionals to win anti-vaxxers over is to admit that they don't have all the answers, says lecturer.
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New findings challenge the idea that all sperm that can fertilise an egg are equivalent in siring healthy offspring.
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The Conversation Feb 17
"I envision a future where you can change the pattern of your sofa at a whim much as you would swipe your screen on a smartphone, or make the towels look that little bit posher for when your in-laws make a surprise visit."
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