Includes: Defining a thousand years of medieval British writing
Growing older, slowing down?
Abolishing modern slavery
The importance of soft power
A 250-year-old cache of unopened letters
A First World War hospital for officers
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An outstanding investment in what really matters
10 quick questions about processing speed
Ian J Deary and Stuart J Ritchie
A presumption against imprisonment
Gertrude Bell and Iraq: A life and legacy
The making of modern slavery: Whose interests are served by the new abolitionism?
Julia O’Connell Davidson
The early charters of Canterbury Cathedral
Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources
The Bordeaux–Dublin letters project
Thomas M Truxes
The mystery of ancient Cypriot clay balls
Hazard-human interaction in the Gobi Desert
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Number of pages: 72
Publication date: 2014