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Health, Sports & Psychology
The NHS and government has to decide whether to fund certain healthcare treatments or services. Would you fund the following ten big issues? Vote in our quiz...
The Nano Membrane Toilet is great news - but are we producing over-engineered solution?
Science, Maths & Technology
Science and innovation: out of the frying pan and into the fire? Richard Brooks discusses the spending review and science funding.
If charities are to deliver more health and social services they’ll need to become better organisations, says Dr Elizabeth Cotton
Society, Politics & Law
Some of the people decried as benefit scroungers are actually working hard to deliver health care to you and the people you care about, explains Dr Elizabeth Cotton
In this article, John Brennan notes how public money is shifting more towards research in higher education.
Education & Development
John Brennan explains the latest statistics on state funding for universities.
Scotland's bid for independence is posing many questions, one of the most important questions concerns funding. So, what effect will devolution have on taxes and how is Scotland funded at the moment?
As tablets edge out exercise books, should parents be picking up the cost of devices used in classrooms?
Dick Skellington says that none of us are doing enough to treat people with dementia well
Money & Business
Martin Upton analyses the factors that led to the Northern Rock crisis.
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