A house rumoured to have been owned by Gaddafi's son

British homes 'bought up by dirty money'

One-Minute Read Fri 1 Aug, AT 14:33

Estate agents are struggling to enforce anti-money laundering regulations, research suggests

Double Helix

How pioneering DNA project aims to transform cancer care

Briefing Fri 1 Aug, AT 13:00

Scientists say Britain's 100,000 Genomes Project has the potential to revolutionise medicine

British graduates at degree ceremonies

Selling off student loans to universities: the pros and cons

Talking Point Wed 30 Jul, AT 13:57

Universities might put more effort into helping graduates secure well-paid jobs, but at what cost?

Usain Bolt

Seven ways in which the Commonwealth Games are a bit s***

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 11:21

Usain Bolt denies calling the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 'a bit s***' – but maybe they are

The Google search page

Lords say 'right to be forgotten' is unworkable

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 10:32

Parliamentary committee says that asking Google to police the web is unreasonable

A city worker walks past the Bank of England in central London

Bank of England will 'claw back' bankers' bonuses

One-Minute Read Wed 30 Jul, AT 10:11

Reckless bankers will be forced to pay back previous bonuses and could even face prison

Amy McIntosh at the 2014 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony

Glasgow 2014: 'Sick' employee spotted dancing as a tea cake

One-Minute Read Tue 29 Jul, AT 15:00

Bosses spot 'sick' nursery worker dressed as a Tunnock's tea cake at Commonwealth Games

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