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A review of the most interesting news about science from around the universe by Byline Times' science correspondent Adi MacArtney
Names of at least seven middle-managers found in a sample of 2% of private investigator invoices but the company’s lawyers say stories also came from public domain sources.
EXCLUSIVE 'An Abuse of Power': Court Hears Government Knew Millions of Women were Being Robbed of their Pensions
A judicial review is told that millions of women born in the 50s were kept in the dark about losing pension rights.
Brexit Party MEPs will now sit in Europe’s highest law-making body as the elected representatives of the people of Britain. Who are they and why does it matter?
Part One of David Hencke's investigation into the human and financial cost of MP Chris Grayling’s long list of now infamous blunders: first his time as Employment Minister and then Justice Secretary.