From today's UK papers

November 21, 2000


Leaders of sections of the Iranian national student movement, which was largely responsible for Mohammad Khatami's rise to power, have declared his presidency a failure and are vowing to take radical action to bring about change

Paul McGill and Donald MacLeod say that England could soon be alone among the UK nations in charging university fees

Peter Kingston meets John Cavendish, the would-be architect whose life has been wrecked by taking his former college, East London University, to court - and losing


More than 200 specialist colleges are to be established to train millions of workers for the 21st-century economy, the Government will announce


Married men who have an affair make more attentive husbands and fathers because their guilt drives them to devote more time to their homes, Italian researchers say

Peta Bee reports that scientists at the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research near Tokyo claim that a drink containing the juice of the killer hornet can improve human endurance


The best batsmen break one of the golden rules of cricket by taking their eyes off the ball for a fraction of a second before trying to hit it, according to research from the the universities of Sussex and Oxford ( Independent , Daily Mail , Daily Telegraph , Times )

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