Google Chairman Eric Schmidt uses a new book to call China an Internet menace that backs cyber-crime for economic and political gain, reports say.
The government will not introduce a tax break for married couples in next month's Budget, it emerges.
Victims of fraud across the UK will be told to contact a Home Office agency Action Fraud rather than their local force from 1 April.
The Hadrian's Wall Trust is warning that parts of the World Heritage site are being worn away by poor weather and the number of visitors it attracts.
Emotional behaviour in childhood may be linked with heart disease in middle age, especially in women, research suggests.
What next after BASF backs off GM potatoes in Europe?
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The health of the UK's hedgehogs is the key concern for a survey launched amid concerns that the spiny mammals are facing a serious decline in the UK.
The Science Museum in London is holding a number of events which explore the science of consciousness through the example of a zombie outbreak.
Author and journalist Will Self talks to Matthew Stadlen about being a writer, the pleasure of long walks, his history with drugs and the definition of "everythingitis".
Tests are being carried out on a sticky white wax that has been found on more than 100 seabirds washed up along England's south-west coastline.
The main US share index closes on Friday at a five-year high, buoyed by data showing the economy added more jobs than previously estimated at the end of 2012.