UK drivers can legally have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08%, the highest in Europe. But new evidence suggests drivers should think again before having even one glass of wine
Experiment in virtual reality shows that reducing a person's height can increase feelings of vulnerability and raise levels of paranoia
Imperial College says Britain could get as much as 40% of its electricity from solar power on sunny days by decade's end
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Food banks show welfare cuts and inefficiency cause hundreds of thousands of people to depend on emergency food aid
Bids on film prop at $99,500 and counting as eBay users look to snap up memento of 1993 dinosaur blockbuster
Boat builders can now design almost anything that the mega-rich can imagine – but most just want room for a giant TV
Miami Beach police confirm pop star's arrest and say 19-year-old was racing rented Lamborghini early on Thursday
We used to know what it took to be a writer – you had to publish a book. But electronic publishing is piling pressure on myths of the author's life
First ladies give up their careers, salary and security, as the humiliating case of Valérie Trierweiler shows. Is it time for the role to be scrapped?
Gaze adoringly at your loved one, and they will soon look deformed, monstrous or like your mother, according to a study. One writer puts it to the test
Millennials and urban hipsters love the hashtag #eatclean – but do they apply the same standards to their grass and coke?
Fans of the fantasy TV series are naming their children after its characters, with 244 Aryas in England and Wales last year. One expectant mother explains why