Badger cull: second anti-TB campaign begins

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 11:02

Despite opposition, badger culling is underway for a second year in an attempt to eradicate bovine TB

Depressed lonely man by window

Mental health report: the crisis at home and abroad

Briefing Tue 9 Sep, AT 09:48

1 in 4 will suffer a mental illness and a quarter of them go untreated. That costs the UK £100bn, a new report says

A supermoon rises behind a Greek temple

Supermoon 2014: what it is and how to see it

Briefing Mon 8 Sep, AT 14:34

Everything you need to know ahead about the last supermoon of 2014, which falls tomorrow

Bob Dowler and Sally Dowler before hearing the Leveson report

Ipso: is new newspaper regulator a 'sham'?

Briefing Mon 8 Sep, AT 13:59

Victims of press intrusion unhappy with the new Independent Press Standards Organisation

Diego Costa, Chelsea and Spain

World Cup flops: Italy bounce back, but Spain lose again

Briefing Fri 5 Sep, AT 14:28

England's new era started badly, but what about the other teams who failed in Brazil?

Local residents in Crimea lining up to get drinking water

Crimea: how daily life has changed under Russian rule

Briefing Thu 4 Sep, AT 16:04

Half a year after annexation much has changed in Crimea, but confusion and tension remain

Calais camps

Calais migrant crisis: how can the 'border war' be solved?

Briefing Thu 4 Sep, AT 11:21

Migrants try to storm ferry bound for Dover as politicians argue over security responsibilities

Adolf Hitler

How did World War 2 start, 75 years ago today?

Briefing Wed 3 Sep, AT 10:06

The Treaty of Versailles may have set the scene, but WW2's main progenitor was one man: Adolf Hitler

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