Last week Netmums reported that more newborns are being given names from the middle ages. Here, medieval historian Helen Castor sorts the fact from the fiction
Well, that's what a study from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport seems to say. Strange, then, that it's not reversing its policies on closing libraries
To help us decide, we're recommending one book, and we're looking at the use of three words in your vocabulary.
Tests have shown that what a woman eats during her pregnancy is easily detectable in her amniotic fluid, and the foetus develops a taste for familiar flavours
Sex with robots may currently be restricted to fiction, but with advances in technology this could eventually change. Despite how some may react, this is something that should be accepted, maybe even embraced
They have panoramic views, iris recognition in the lifts, and a 24-hour concierge who will stock the fridge with champagne or charter a private jet.
RSPB and ornithologists express disgust after 12 red kites are found dead in Black Isle area, targeted with lethal toxins
Islington seeks to 'end the scandal of new homes being wasted' by investors who buy properties and then leave them empty
Harry Potter actor also describes trying to integrate at Brown University in the US, followed by British photographers
Statement on US actor's website announces that she and British rock star are to split up after 10 years of marriage
More people are forgoing a traditional send-off as the cost of dying keeps on rising. Here we look at ways you can limit your outlay
Official figures show rise in cases, with incidents including drones being used for sexual offences and ferrying drugs into prisons
The concept of flexible space has become firmly entrenched in the corporate world, helping companies like WeWork, LiquidSpace and ShareDesk to thrive