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A new international survey published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases suggests that during the H1N1 influenza pandemic in 2009, people in Britain lagged far behind other countries in adopting protective behaviours. Dr Gillian Steelfisher, lead researcher at Harvard School of Public Health, and Professor Alison Holmes from Imperial College London explain the research's findings.
American and Pakistani peace activists and journalists are set to march into Waziristan, an area of Pakistan which has borne the brunt of drone strikes, this weekend in an event organised by the charity Reprieve. Former cricketer and Pakistani politician Imran Khan explains why he will be joining the activists and Professor John Radsan, former CIA lawyer, outlines why he thinks that the use of drones can be an effective tool.
The song for the new James Bond film, Skyfall, was revealed on the singer Adele's website this morning. Monty Norman, the man who composed the iconic Bond theme tune, reflects on how the music was developed.
Robert Black, the former auditor general for Scotland, has questioned whether the delivery of free services is sustainable. Robert Black explains why he is doubtful whether the Scottish parliament can afford to go on providing universal benefits.
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