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Evolution to blame for bad backs, dropped arches and impacted wisdom teeth, say scientists

Evolution to blame for bad backs, dropped arches and impacted wisdom teeth, say scientists
Evolution may have catapulted humans to the top of the food chain but it also landed us with bad backs, dropped arches and impacted wisdom teeth, according to scientists. While the process of natural selection allowed humans to become much more advanced than other primates, it is also to blame for many of the maladies we ... Full story

Horse meat in school dinners

Horse meat in school dinners
Schoolchildren have been given meals containing horse meat, DNA tests confirmed for the first time on Friday. Councils throughout the country urgently withdrew processed beef dishes from menus on Friday after cottage pies containing horse meat were sent to 47 schools. British hospital patients have been given beef meals containing equine DNA, it emerged, as the scandal ... Full story

Felix Baumgartner fell faster than we thought: supersonic skydiver hit Mach 1.25

Felix Baumgartner fell faster than we thought: supersonic skydiver hit Mach 1.25
Supersonic Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner fell to Earth faster than he or anyone else thought during his record-setting jump last October from 24 miles up. Official data from the parachutist's fall, watched live by millions around the world, showed that he reached 843.6 mph (1,357 kph) - a speed equivalent to Mach 1.25, or 1.25 times ... Full story
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Mars rover Curiosity to start drilling

Mars rover Curiosity to start drilling
The Mars rover Curiosity is preparing to drill into a flat rock outcrop that is expected to yield fresh insight into the red planet's history. Running slightly behind schedule, Curiosity was due to arrive at the site in the next few days. After an inspection of the surroundings, the car-size rover will test its drill for ... Full story

Beef contaminated with horse meat may have been sold in Britain for ‘years’

Beef contaminated with horse meat may have been sold in Britain for 'years'
Supermarkets might have been selling beef contaminated with horse meat for years because of lax food regulations, experts say. The Food Standards Agency was criticised after admitting it had never carried out tests for horse meat on food sold in Britain. Seven of the leading supermarkets have cleared their shelves of frozen beefburgers after a supplier sold ... Full story

‘Brian Cox effect’ leads to surge in demand for physics

'Brian Cox effect' leads to surge in demand for physics
One of Britain’s top universities has been forced to dramatically raise entrance requirements for its physics course after being flooded with applicants on the back of the popularity of Brian Cox. Manchester University is the first in the country to require students to gain two elite A* grades – alongside an A – at A-level to ... Full story

BBC faces official investigation after giving 200 managers £100,000 pay-offs

BBC faces official investigation after giving 200 managers £100,000 pay-offs
Almost 200 senior BBC managers have received payoffs of more than £100,000 each in the past three years, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. The National Audit Office is to examine the scale of severance packages at the corporation after MPs raised concerns that leaving the BBC was like "winning the lottery". The corporation was criticised by MPs ... Full story

Planning rule book is torn up

Planning rule book is torn up
Thousands of pages of planning rules are to be torn up, prompting concerns from MPs and campaigners that protections for the countryside will be weakened. A review by Lord Taylor of Goss Moor has concluded that up to 80 per cent of the 7,000 rules governing where development can take place should go. Last year, the Government ... Full story

Brian May: the deer cull on my land was not hypocritical but humane

Brian May: the deer cull on my land was not hypocritical but humane
The Queen guitarist defends his decision to 'protect the herd’ by allowing 23 animals to be shot Last week, I was accused of being “utterly hypocritical” because my land management agent had licensed a gamekeeper to cull deer on my forest land in Dorset. The gamekeeper in question, no longer employed by us, boasted that he ... Full story

Weather: motorists face extreme conditions as more rain washes grit away

Weather: motorists face extreme conditions as more rain washes grit away
Motorists face extreme driving conditions as freezing temperatures turn roads to ice and flood waters wash away salt grit. Households already devastated by widespread downpours were also told to brace for renewed threat of floods, as a new band of heavy rain sweeps the country early next week. The new flooding risk follows several nights of sub-zero ... Full story

BBC hid the naked truth in pursuit of profit, claim naturists

BBC hid the naked truth in pursuit of profit, claim naturists
Naturists have accused the BBC of "falsifying history" by putting clothes on the actors appearing in Andrew Marr's History of The World. British Naturism said that the people of Africa, Ancient Egypt, Australia and other areas of the world would have been naked during many of the periods of history depicted in the reconstructions. But in what ... Full story

Christmas Day TV: Call The Midwife vs Downton Abbey

Christmas Day TV: Call The Midwife vs Downton Abbey
BBC unveils Call The Midwife Christmas Day episode as a "grittier" alternative to ITV's Downton Abbey. The BBC has made Call The Midwife the centrepiece of its Christmas Day schedule in a bid to beat Downton Abbey in the festive ratings war. Days after ITV confirmed details of their two-hour Downton special, BBC One bosses announced a ... Full story

Olympics Opening Ceremony honoured at Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Olympics Opening Ceremony honoured at Evening Standard Theatre Awards
It was the spectacle of the year that projected the very best of British theatrics into the living rooms of one billion people around the world. It was credited with defining, in a feat that has eluded legions of artists, the essence of contemporary Britain and was met with a chorus of voices demanding director Danny ... Full story

Weather: three men feared dead but downpours ‘will cease next week’

Weather: three men feared dead but downpours 'will cease next week'
Two men died and another was missing on Friday as Britain experienced torrential rain and high winds that forecasters said would cease next week. A pensioner believed to be visiting a relative in Somerset died after his 4x4 was carried by floodwater into a river and became wedged under a small wooden bridge. Separately, a 26-year-old man ... Full story

Weather: 70mph gales could hit Britain this weekend

Weather: 70mph gales could hit Britain this weekend
Severe gales of up to 70mph will sweep across the south over the weekend as downpours are predicted to continue after up to a month's worth of rain fell on Thursday. The Met Office predicted gales of around 40-50mph would affect much of England, Wales and southern Scotland on Saturday and Sunday, with gusts of up ... Full story

New BBC boss Lord Hall to earn £532,000 by drawing pension on top of salary

New BBC boss Lord Hall to earn £532,000 by drawing pension on top of salary
New BBC director-general has already been drawing his BBC pension for a year. Lord Hall, the new director-general of the BBC, will earn £532,000 a year from the corporation because he already draws an £82,000 pension which will be added to his £450,000 salary, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. The current chief executive of the Royal Opera ... Full story

Widespread flooding as month’s worth of rain falls in 48 hours

Widespread flooding as month's worth of rain falls in 48 hours
Heavy downpours and galeforce winds have caused flooding across the South West, with one month's worth of rain over two days expected to bring further chaos. The South West was hit by two inches of rain on Tuesday night, the same amount that usually falls in two weeks, causing widespread flooding. Dozens of people were rescued, including ... Full story

Tesla Model S: the car of the future

Tesla Model S: the car of the future
Many radical innovations may mean the launch of the new Tesla Model S electric car is remembered as the dawn of a new era. In the future, this new Tesla Model S electric car might just be remembered alongside the Mini or the Ford Model T as an automotive game-changer. Yes, it will only be built in ... Full story

Vidya Blan Birthday January 1st – Biography

Vidya Blan Birthday January 1st - Biography
Date of Birth 1 January 1978, Palghat, Kerala, India Birth Name Vidya P. Balan Height 5' 4" (1.63 m) Mini Biography Vidya was born in Palghat, Kerala, India. Her family consists of her dad, P.R. Balan, who is the Vice-President of ETC Channel; mom - a home-maker, and an elder sister, Priya, who is married to Kedar. She ... Full story

Steve Jobs Biography – Apple steve jobs life bio graphy

Steve Jobs Biography - Apple steve jobs life bio graphy
Quick Facts NAME: Steve Jobs OCCUPATION: Entrepreneur, Computer Programmer, Inventor BIRTH DATE: February 24, 1955 DEATH DATE: October 05, ... Full story
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