Today's black supermoon will coincide with a solar eclipse, prompting a rash of amateur astronomy
For the first time in 16 years the UK is about to experience a solar eclipse. Here's everything you need to know
More than 125 million girls and women alive today have been victims of FGM – and the UK isn't immune
Critics argue it is a 'conveyor belt' to terrorism, but the Home Office says it preaches non-violence
The Tories are either doomed or destined to stay in power, depending on how you read the latest polls
Live video streaming app Meerkat is being hailed as the 'next big thing' but surviving Twitter's blackout may prove difficult
Drinking and parades may now be St Patrick's Day staples, but neither tradition hails from old Ireland
Next month the government is reintroducing exit checks for ferry and rail passengers leaving the UK
Cameron has announced a 20p increase in the national minimum wage, but other leaders are pledging more
By the numbers: the life and times (and promise to stand down if he loses South Thanet) of Nigel Farage
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