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A British Nobel Prize winner has criticised the Government’s immigration policies for making it harder to bring in top scientists. Professor John O'Keefe, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for medicine on Monday, told the Today programme immigration rules presented “very large obstacles” to boosting the UK's science base. ...
Simon Hughes said revenge pornography was "new sort of harassment". "Across the Coalition both parties have been concerned that though there is a lot of legislati...
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills press release Multi-million pound fund to get hydrogen cars moving The arrival of hydrogen cars on UK roads is a...
George Freeman said the Government's announcement today that £300m was being invested in a DNA project to map the genetic codes of 100,000 people meant Britain was "...
The outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa does not pose a direct risk to the UK, the Foreign Secretary has said. Speaking after an emergency Cobra meeting, P...
Science and Technology Committee press release More action is needed to ensure that variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD), the human form of bovine spongiform ...
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