Out in the far-flung depths of interstellar space, around 12.8 billion miles from Planet Earth, is a chunk of 1970’s technology which might one day deliver news of our existence to an alien race.
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It will soon be time for older people to start thinking of getting a flu vaccine, as winter approaches, but figures just published show last year’s vaccine was largely ineffective in the over-65s.
Today the Queen will officially open the new £1.35bn Queensferry Crossing over the Firth of Forth in Scotland, 53 years to the day since she officially opened its predecessor, the Forth Road Bridge.
Today we’re returning to our series looking at curious English phrases and expressions – things we might say and understand the meaning of, without really knowing where they come from.
Today is the 50th anniversary of the death of one of Britain’s best known war poets, Siegfried Sassoon, whose writing conveyed the horrors he endured in the trenches of the First World War.