Paralysed men move again

Electric shocks help paralysed men move again

Briefing Tue 8 Apr, AT 16:09

New electric stimulator helps four paralysed men move their legs for the first time in years

Juan Mata

Gerrard, Mata and Lukaku are the stars of team of the week

Briefing Mon 7 Apr, AT 12:04

Chelsea trio also get the nod as the top three contribute six players to this week's XI

Boat Race 2014: a history of pain, mutiny and sinkings

Briefing Fri 4 Apr, AT 16:55

The colourful history of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, one of the world’s oldest sporting fixtures

The Grand National

The intelligent punter's guide to the 2014 Grand National

Briefing Fri 4 Apr, AT 09:31

Who's worth a bet? Or what are your chances with the horse you drew in the sweepstake?

Vladimir Putin: the mysterious love life of Russia's president

Briefing Thu 3 Apr, AT 15:16

As Putin and his wife finalise divorce, here are five things you might not know about his personal life

Ketamine: can the party drug really cure severe depression?

Briefing Thu 3 Apr, AT 12:06

Patients with long-standing depression saw rapid and 'remarkable' changes after taking the drug

Camp Nou

Barcelona transfer ban: what it means for the Premier League

Briefing Wed 2 Apr, AT 16:19

The Fifa ban will hurt Barca, and cause transfer chaos across Europe this summer and beyond

Air Pollution over London's skyline

Air pollution: Saharan dust brings dangerous smog to UK

Briefing Wed 2 Apr, AT 11:26

People with heart and lung problems warned to take extra care as air pollution levels top the scale

Boston bomber suspect 'urged to be FBI informant' – timeline

Briefing Tue 1 Apr, AT 10:43

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers say his older brother was asked to spy on his Chechen and Muslim peers

April Fools' Day: how do this year's pranks measure up?

Briefing Tue 1 Apr, AT 10:03

UN peacekeepers in Scotland and square eggs take on the spaghetti harvest and isles of San Serriffe