Opinion digest: nihilist conservatism, force big pharma to publish, and Theresa May for leader?
Environment Secretary insists there has been no U-turn and says cull will go ahead next year
Weather gets even weirder as sun, snow and 'blood rain' predicted for the next few weeks
Now it’s an 'omnivoreshambles’ as West Country farmers fight shy of higher-than-expected costs
After a miserable summer, the winter’s going to be no better, with snow and ice expected
The government's proposed cull to halt the spread of bovine TB provokes letter from 30 experts
Scene now set for battle between local and central government over ‘building for growth' proposal
Wet summers blamed on a warming of the North Atlantic Ocean but pattern is likely to change
Men dressed as ancient Romans take part in a parade to mark the 2,767th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Known as Natale di Roma, the annual celebration has taken place since 1870.
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