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Clever people are more trusting than their less intelligent counterparts, researchers have claimed.
Hero bystander floors axe raider new
A have-a-go hero wrestled an axe-wielding robber to the ground after a smash and grab raid near Buckingham Palace.
Chile's Bachelet sworn in again new
Michelle Bachelet may be older and wiser than she was eight years ago when she first assumed Chile's presidency, but chances are that leading her restive nation will not be any easier this time around.
Bench role for Tuilagi new
England are to name Manu Tuilagi on the bench for their final match of the RBS 6 Nations against Italy after including him in their matchday squad for Rome.
Irish eyes smiling at Cheltenham new
Luck went with the Irish on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival.
Mas loses cool as tension builds new
Nicolas Mas stormed out of a press conference on Tuesday as French unrest boiled over ahead of Saturday's RBS 6 Nations title decider with Ireland in Paris.
Reid crowned newsreader of the year
Susanna Reid has been crowned newsreader of the year at an awards bash days after announcing her defection to ITV.
Richards to pen children's book
Keith Richards is turning Street Writing Man with a new book for children.
O'Grady races to awards ceremony
Paul O'Grady has opted for a racy mode of transport to get to an awards ceremony in London on time - whizzing across the city on a motorbike.