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  1. Climate Change and Ecosystem Services (30 April 2008)
  2. Nuclear power's carbon emissions could allegedly rise (30 April 2008)
  3. Labour budget hits all post-2000 "polluting" cars (30 April 2008)
  4. Impington residents do not like lorries parking outside their front door (29 April 2008)
  5. Tesco will introduce labels allegedly showing carbon footprints of goods (29 April 2008)
  6. Tomato is allegedly beneficial for protecting against UV rays (28 April 2008)
  7. Obama's former pastor repeats his home truths (28 April 2008)
  8. David Cameron says he loves poor people (27 April 2008)
  9. Canadian polar bears are allegedly not threatened with extinction (27 April 2008)
  10. Plastic reduces food waste in shops (26 April 2008)
  11. Dumping sulphate particles in atmosphere might lead to thinning of ozone layer (26 April 2008)
  12. United States alleges that North Korea helped Syria build a nuclear reactor (25 April 2008)
  13. A handful of trade unionists bring the UK to its knees (25 April 2008)
  14. Joan Ruddock loves butterflies (24 April 2008)
  15. Joan Ruddock does not like two-for-one offers (24 April 2008)
  16. Lots of teenagers are allegedly depressed (24 April 2008)
  17. Google's Street View allowed to continue in UK (23 April 2008)
  18. Gordon Brown wants a flat-rate attendance allowance for MPs (23 April 2008)
  19. Goverment screws up yet again over terrorism arrests (23 April 2008)
  20. Competition Commission produces vacuous report on BAA (22 April 2008)
  21. The world allegedly needs to focus on "intrinsic" values (22 April 2008)
  22. UK bosses do not like to hire women who might become pregnant (21 April 2008)
  23. A plan to build world's largest hydroelectric dam (21 April 2008)
  24. Rowntree Foundation claims that Britain is a "troubled" society (20 April 2008)
  25. Regular breastfeeding is allegedly better (20 April 2008)
  26. Germany observations (19 April 2008)
  27. Which? wants even more control on "junk food" advertising (19 April 2008)
  28. China allegedly already produces more greenhouse gas emissions than the US (15 April 2008)
  29. Another prediction that sea levels could rise by more than a meter by 2100 (15 April 2008)
  30. A link between pollution and pneumonia is allegedly found (15 April 2008)
  31. GCSE geography is supposed to be given a modern make-over (14 April 2008)
  32. The Russians allegedly want to send macaques to Mars (14 April 2008)
  33. IMF recognises that food price inflation is a problem for the poor (13 April 2008)
  34. Tories agree with Labour about government powers to halt inquiries (12 April 2008)
  35. TUC wants the 10p tax rate re-introduced (12 April 2008)
  36. For some reason the BBC runs a story about teachers and the credit crunch (12 April 2008)
  37. Addenbrooke's management does not like "congestion charge" (11 April 2008)
  38. Cam between Cambridge and Grantchester will not have motorised punts (11 April 2008)
  39. Surprise, students do not like paying for university education (10 April 2008)
  40. New York state rejects New York City "congestion charge" (09 April 2008)
  41. The British are allegedly no happier now than in 1973 (09 April 2008)
  42. Depression allegedly linked with Alzheimer's (08 April 2008)
  43. EU loses latest round in WTO banana ruling (08 April 2008)
  44. Labour Minister tries to social engineer universities yet again (08 April 2008)
  45. Tories want to ban and forget about disruptive students (07 April 2008)
  46. EADS takes over Surrey Satellite Technology (07 April 2008)
  47. New corporate homicide law comes into effect (06 April 2008)
  48. UK families allegedly in meltdown (06 April 2008)
  49. Gordon Brown says not a lot about the global financial crisis (05 April 2008)
  50. Some doctor thinks there are too many female medical students (04 April 2008)
  51. Boeing tests a small hydrogen-powered plane (04 April 2008)
  52. EU heavy industry emissions up by 1.1% in 2007 (02 April 2008)
  53. UK homes are not very energy efficient and there is little incentive to be so (02 April 2008)
  54. Surprise, seeds last longer in fields than expected (02 April 2008)
  55. Government wants to offer health checks to everyone aged 40 to 74 (01 April 2008)
  56. Some House of Lords committee does not like immigrants (01 April 2008)

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