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Tax-free childcare helps just a fifth of families

Why aren't more parents signing up for a scheme that provides extra money towards the cost of childcare? Details...

Train firms want overhaul of ticket system

Rail operators' proposals could see an end to the traditional peak and off-peak fares structure. Details...

Plans for Cardiff air routes blocked, Welsh government claims

The Welsh Government claims counterparts in London are holding up plans for more domestic flights. Details...

Will universities go bust if fees are cut?

Universities are warning of a financial crisis if a review recommends cutting the level of tuition fees. Details...

Which banks do customers love or hate?

The UK's competition body lists the top, and bottom, rated banks for customer satisfaction. Details...

RBS warns of Brexit harm as profits double

Profits jump at the bank, but it warns the economy faces a heightened level of Brexit uncertainty. Details...

YouTube backtracks after Pokemon 'child abuse' ban

Google backtracks after "mistakenly" deleting YouTubers for "sexual content involving minors". Details...

Rich ruin?

Burning Man has uninvited one "turnkey" camp to stem the flow of super rich "influencers" at the event. Details...

'Stay with me'

Indians take to social media to offer shelter to Kashmiris after threats are made against them. Details...

Actor apologises

A Chinese actor has apologised after it was revealed he plagiarised two pieces of academic work Details...

Tumour on ice

YouTuber Simone Giertz the "queen of bad robots" reveals why she sent her tumour to the ends of the earth. Details...

Fun in the freeze

Americans are getting creative as the US shivers in the worst cold snap in decades. Details...

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BBC News - Science & Environment

Stores accused of 'watering down' bottle deposit scheme

Campaigners say retailers want fees to apply only to smaller containers, rather than all plastic bottles. Details...

Chernobyl: The end of a three-decade experiment

The abandoned Chernobyl exclusion zone could be about to change for the first time since the world's worst nuclear disaster. Details...

ZSL London Zoo shares animal X-rays

X-ray images reveal the inner workings of a variety of different species at ZSL London Zoo. Details...

AAAS: Machine learning 'causing science crisis'

Techniques used to analyse data are producing misleading and often wrong results, critics say. Details...

Gene-edited animal plan to relieve poverty in Africa

Researchers in Edinburgh develop gene-edited farm animals for poor farmers in Africa. Details...

Call to ban killer robots in wars

Scientists have called for a ban on the development of weapons controlled by AI. Details...

BP: Plastic ban 'could have unintended consequences'

The oil and gas company believes a prohibition on single-use plastic could increase CO2, but is that true? Details...

Space harpoon skewers 'orbital debris'

A British-led mission demonstrates a projectile that could one day be used to clear up space junk. Details...

Climate strike: Schoolchildren protest over climate change

Students in cities around the UK walked out of school to call for action from the government. Details...

Hong Kong seizes $1m worth of rhino horn at airport

Two men carrying at least 24 severed rhino horns have been arrested at Hong Kong airport's customs. Details...

LIGO gravitational waves: Black hole detectors to get upgrade

The UK and US governments announce a £25m project to improve the sensitivity of the LIGO facilities. Details...

Cambridge anglers win fish loss compensation

Anglian Water admits ammonia discharge from a recycling unit killed big bream in the River Cam. Details...

Climate strike: Why are students striking and will it have an impact?

Across the UK, students are set to take part in a climate strike, but will it make a difference? Details...

Search for Shackleton's lost Endurance ship called off

Thick ice and a lost sub bring an end to the search for the famous Antarctic explorer's sunken polar yacht. Details...

Chemicals 'repair damaged neurons in mice'

Some early studies in mice suggest drugs can be developed to halt mental decline, say scientists. Details...

Paying tribute to the nation's forests

Britons are being urged to write a poem, letter or story to celebrate the woodlands of the UK. Details...

Nasa's InSight mission: Mars 'mole' put on planet's surface

The US space agency's InSight mission positions the second of its surface instruments on Mars. Details...

Kings of the jungle on top in photo award

The winning pictures in this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award. Details...

New 'mysterious' frog species discovered in India's Western Ghats

The new species were found after three years of extensive explorations in the Western Ghats. Details...

China and India help make planet leafier

There are now more than 2 million sq miles of extra leaf area per year, compared with the early 2000s. Details...

Green New Deal : Can this plan pushed by some Democrats really work?

A radical plan to tackle climate change pushed by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may now come to the Senate for a vote. Details...

Climate march students: 'We need change and we need it now'

Students have protested across the UK to air their views on the issue of climate change. We talked to some of those in Manchester. Details...

Space junk: Harpoon tested to clean up space

New footage from a space mission shows the latest idea to collect space junk. Details...

Hiker speaks after taking on mountain lion... and winning

Travis Kauffman was hiking in Colorado when he came toe-to-toe with a young mountain lion Details...

'I'm standing up for our planet'

Every Friday morning, 13-year-old Holly Gillibrand skips school for an hour to demand more is done over climate change. Details...

Greta Thunberg: The Swedish teen inspiring climate strikes

Greta Thunberg spoke to the BBC in September, but since then she's become a global phenomenon. Details...

Eagle rescued after huge ice ball grows on its tail

A bald eagle had to be rescued after a 20cm ice ball grew on its tail. Details...

Nasa calls time on silent Opportunity Mars rover

The 15-year mission of "Oppy" the robot is declared over after repeated failed attempts to contact it. Details...

Pangolins: Rare insight into world's most trafficked mammal

Scientists release rare footage of the secretive giant pangolin to highlight the scaly mammal's plight. Details...

Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering: GPS pioneers lauded

Four Americans are celebrated for their roles in developing the sat-nav Global Positioning System. Details...

Brazil dam collapse: The crucial questions

The full story of the Brumadinho dam disaster could take many months to emerge, the BBC's David Shukman says. Details...

America colonisation ‘cooled Earth's climate’

European settlement of the Americas killed so many people, it disturbed Earth's climate. Details...

Clothing conscience

How sustainable are your fashion habits? Take our quiz. Details...

Dirty secret

One small town has become a dumping ground for the world's waste and it's causing a stink. Details...

The Franklin rover

The rover Europe sends to Mars in 2020 to look for life will carry the name of an unsung hero of DNA discovery. Details...

'Orange water'

Families in West Virginia say the coal mines have poisoned their water. Now they're fighting back. Details...

Plants with a hidden history

Many of our best loved garden plants are there because they were once recommended to heal the sick. Details...

Underestimated cousins

Evidence is increasingly forcing us to re-visit our assumptions about the Neanderthals. Details...

150 years of the periodic table: Test your knowledge

How much do you know about the iconic symbol of science pinned to every classroom wall? Details...

In six objects

The National Museum of Scotland unveils the final three galleries of its £80m redevelopment. Details...

'The gates of hell'

Ten years ago, the nation had its worst-ever bushfire disaster - and it has left a profound legacy. Details...

Ecosystem linchpin

A warming climate shifts the distribution of the krill species eaten by whales and other predators. Details...



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