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1 UK unemployment: Plan to help over-50s keep working
2 'Sextortion' suspects deny involvement in Daniel Perry case
3 Apple 'deeply offended' by BBC investigation
4 Instagram deletes millions of accounts in spam purge
5 Microsoft takes on tech support scammers
6 Blackberry misses expectations as sales stall
7 'Slenderman' girl stabbing suspects to stand trial
8 Minecraft maker Mojang plans spin-off game
9 Sony hack: White House views attack as security issue
10 Net overseers hit by phishing attack
11 'Angry' Snapchat embroiled in Sony Pictures hack
12 Deal forcing Microsoft to offer browser choices ends
13 Valve limits sales of cheap Russian games on Steam
14 Mobile firms and government agree deal to reduce 'not-spots'
15 Blackberry Classic goes 'back to company's roots'
16 What is FBI evidence for North Korea hack attack?
17 Ukraine conflict: Hackers take sides in virtual war
18 Yiwu: The Chinese city where Christmas is made and sold
19 The Interview: A guide to the cyber attack on Hollywood
20 Virtual galleries open new markets for art
21 Taking stock: Tech to thwart retail's worst miscreants
22 Tech rivals join Microsoft in fight over US data demand
23 Pirate Bay 'copy' goes online after shutdown
24 Cuba 'will not change' communist system, despite thaw with US
25 Alan Henning's family prepare for 'hard' Christmas
26 Asthma and allergy devices 'not used properly'
27 Metropolitan Police officers sacked over obscene images
28 Ron Hill, 76, completes 50-year run feat in Heaton Park
29 Women take more places in rising university numbers
30 Morgan criticised over use of statistics
31 Scottish children's minister begins maternity leave
32 Minister 'working on' poor pupil funding conundrum
33 Primary school pupils 'still hungry' after lunches
34 London overtaking Oxbridge domination
35 Free school meals 'for 85% infants,' says Clegg
36 Boys 'held back by reluctance to write at home'
37 Roma pupils need more support, says Ofsted
38 Pakistan mourns after Taliban Peshawar school massacre
39 Councils 'turning homeless teenagers away'
40 School exam appeals drop after change to system
41 Start maths GCSE courses sooner, says Welsh exam chief
42 Poorer students to pursue interests outside school thanks to new scheme
43 How many attacks on schools around the world?
44 Teachers fear for future of Design and Technology
45 The persistent appeal of grammar schools
46 Hague says UK universities deliver overseas influence
47 'Allahu Akbar' attacker shot by French police
48 Ebola outbreak: First UK reservists fly to Sierra Leone
49 A&E has 'worst week' in England
50 Stem cells: First therapy approved by EU
51 Ebola crisis: Top Sierra Leone doctor dies from disease
52 NHS staff to strike in new year
53 Report calls for more support for vulnerable doctors
54 Skin cancer: Painkillers linked to reduced risk
55 Brain's 'internal compass' found
56 Autism link to air pollution raised
57 Obesity 'could be a disability'--EU courts rule
58 Drug allergies: Culprit protein found
59 Brazil Olympics: Super-bacteria found in Rio sea waters
60 Smooth Operator? Surgeons and songs are a winning mix, study finds
61 Me, my friend Pru, and our memories
62 Why are hospitals under so much pressure?
63 The hidden lives of those who care
64 Victims of a craze for cosmetic surgery
65 Could a simple stove save children's lives?
66 NHS patients and private hospital referrals
67 Maidstone missing man Patrick Lamb: Family 'still positive'
68 Wetlands more vulnerable to invasives as climate changes
69 Climate change projected to drive species northward
70 Ancient creature discovered in the depths of the Arctic Ocean
71 Predator versus prey
72 Microbiologists discover how gut bacterial resources are hijacked to promote intestinal illnesses
73 NASA study shows 13-year record of drying Amazon caused vegetation declines
74 Ebola virus may replicate in an exotic way
75 Water's role in the rise and fall of the Roman Empire
76 The story of a bizarre deep-sea bone worm takes an unexpected twist
77 Is that Ginkgo biloba supplement really what you think it is?
78 Tourism poses a threat to dolphins in the Balearic Islands
79 Study: Invasive species can dramatically alter landscapes
80 Fish use chemical camouflage from diet to hide from predators
81 New insights into the origins of agriculture could help shape the future of food
82 Home on the range
83 Slow rate of croc mutation revealed in major Science study
84 A new trout species described from the Alakir Stream in Antalya, Turkey
85 Native fungus suggested as another tool for restoring ghostly whitebark pine forests
86 New theory suggests alternate path led to rise of the eukaryotic cell
87 Ancient wisdom boosts sustainability of biotech cotton
88 To know the enemy
89 Seeing the forest for the trees
90 How trap-flowers attract and deceive pollinating food thieves
91 Dental plaque reveals key plant in prehistoric Easter Island diet
92 Switching to vehicles powered by electricity from renewables could save lives
93 Chapman University research on farmers' markets shows presence of Salmonella and E. coli
94 Urban stream contamination increasing rapidly due to road salt
95 Can returning crops to their wild states help feed the world?
96 What was the 'Paleo diet'? There was far more than one, study suggests
97 Study reveals abundance of microplastics in the world's deep seas
98 Discovery aims to fight destructive bee disease
99 Scientists trace nanoparticles from plants to caterpillars
100 Not just for the holidays, mistletoe could fight obesity-related liver disease
101 Guelph researchers recipe: Cook farm waste into energy
102 Even in restored forests, extreme weather strongly influences wildfire's impacts
103 National model of restoration: Nine Mile Run
104 Colorado River Delta greener after engineered pulse of water
105 Policy action urgently needed to protect Hawaii's dolphins
106 Time management skills keep animals primed for survival
107 Report: Clearing rainforests distorts wind and water, packs climate wallop beyond carbon
108 How will climate change transform agriculture?
109 How does enzymatic pretreatment affect the nanostructure and reaction space of lignocellulosic biomass?
110 550-million-year-old fossils provide new clues about fossil formation