Archive: Intelligence

A diminished special relationship? But Obama and Cameron have a lot to agree on

Britain and America: Drifting apart?

Confirmation of the Chilcot inquiry delay plays right into David Cameron's hands: it's hiding just how strained Britain's special relationship with America is right now.

Opinion Former Articles

  • ESRC: UK brains are under threat

    The British appetite for zombies is becoming a growing trend. From computer games and films to organised zombie walks though Britain’s cities, the proliferation of zombies seems to be everywhere. Yet, this high interest in zombies enables researchers to link zombie-like behaviours to current models of public attitudes and actions.

  • BHA: No room for creationism in science lessons

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) has responded today to the findings of a survey finding 54% Briton's agreed with the view that "Evolutionary theories should be taught in science lessons in schools together with other possible perspectives, such as intelligent design and creationism."

  • BASC says deactivated firearms proposal needs to be deferred

    BASC is recommending that any decision which affects the ownership of deactivated firearms should be deferred until a report has been received from the National Intelligence Ballistics Service (NaBIS).

  • IET: Pioneering work to establish intelligent building standards

    Pioneering work to develop standards of good practice for protecting intellectual property and the design and operation of building systems has been launched by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).

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