Leading surgeon and former health minister Lord Darzi says it would help denormalise smoking and ultimately lead to fewer people using cigarettes
English law is particularly ‘fair for the financially weaker spouse’. That’s why wealthy people’s partners are keen to have their day in court in London rather than anywhere else
A Mac lipgloss is named after the official term for someone who is under the legal age to drink, smoke or have sex – and no one seems to notice how weird that is
Hull, UK, branch of popular doughnut chain apologises for ‘inappropriate’ promotion of ‘Krispy Kreme Klub Wednesdays’ over Ku Klux Klan connotation
Study unravels physics of kernel – water contained in the shell rapidly escapes as steam under heat, making the corn ‘pop’
Here are five Valentine's Day gifts you must avoid at all costs!
The Daily Mail’s ‘beauty experts’ say women should add shaving their faces to their skin routine. Here’s why you should ignore them
A new app, Wakie, promises that the ‘mental engagement’ offered by a call from another, random, user is an effective wake-up strategy – but does it work? We tested it for a week
When a creative man divides the critics he is called ‘surreal’ or even a ‘genius’, while a woman is denigrated with the label ‘quirky’ – and that kicks the legs out from under us
Transport for London approves creation of protected cycle routes across the capital despite warnings of traffic gridlock
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What is the correct number of children to have in order to avoid judgment or scrutiny from strangers? Is such a thing even possible?
Tenants would need to be less than 2 feet 4 inches tall to walk to the Hendon flat’s front door
A series of recent studies suggest that eye movements may both reflect and influence the workings of the brain
In a survey of more than 2,000 hiring managers, 33% claimed to know whether or not they would hire someone within 90 seconds.
Polygraph replacement could be in use in police stations around the world within a decade.
Ten years ago, Anna Lyndsey developed an extreme photosensitivity. At first, her skin would burn whenever she sat in front of a computer screen; soon, she was unable to leave a specially blacked-out room
Name of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter, fourth in line to throne, pays tribute to the Queen, Princess Diana and Prince Charles
We must get over the idea that genes determine – in all but a handful of cases, they simply create minuscule changes in the odds
Wearing safety equipment boosts appetite for danger, even in unrelated activities, a study has found
Owners told to throw rubber sticks, balls or Frisbees instead after report of a collie getting a 10cm stick stuck in its throat
A Bali ceremony is probably out – and so are Charlotte Church and Tony Blair. But there’s bound to be reams of paperwork to seal the deal