London, by Instagram: Unusual exhibition of images taken and edited in 2012 using smartphones | UPDATED: 18:14 GMT, 13 December 2012 These dazzling artworks depict the capital in ways never seen before – and they are all photos captured and edited on mobile phones. The images, edited using smartphone app Instagram, are part of Iconic London 2012, which showcases the work of some of the best mobile photographers on the arts scene. Instagramers London is exhibiting the work of 30 influential 'IGers', who will each present their own unique vision of the city in a memorable year.
The camouflage fabric 'that can make soldiers INVISIBLE': Company claims it has Pentagon backing for miracle materialQuantum Stealth camouflage bends the light around its wearer, its developer claimsCompany behind it says it has demonstrated the technology to the U.S. and Canadian militaryFollowing these 'Need to Know' access meetings development is now said to be 'moving forward' | UPDATED: 16:26 GMT, 10 December 2012 The U.S.
The revolutionary 'contact lens' loaded with stem cells that restores sight – by helping the eye heal itself naturally Biodegradable implant is loaded with stem cells These then multiply in the eye, allow the body to heal the eye naturallyIt's hoped the implant will help millions of people across the world retain or even regain – their sight | UPDATED: 18:25 GMT, 6 December 2012 A ‘contact lens’ loaded with stem cells could be a way to naturally repair or retain sight.
Boris Johnson calls for dramatic cuts to Britain's ties with EU and accuses Germany of taking over GreeceLondon Mayor wants UK to withdraw from social chapter and fisheries policy but remain in single marketPuts pressure on David Cameron to go further in negotiations with BrusselsAlso warns German Chancellor Angela Merkel has 'taken over' Greek government | UPDATED: 11:25 GMT, 4 December 2012 London Mayor Boris Johnson called for major changes to Britain's relationship with Brussels, which could then be put to a referendum Dramatic cutbacks to the UK’s relationship with Europe are ‘essential’ Boris Johnson declared today, insisting a reworked deal with Brussels should be put to the British people in a referendum. The London Mayor warned David Cameron it is ‘high time’ voters had a say on the EU and called for a more ‘pared down’ and ‘common sense’ agreement with the EU. Mr Johnson called for a return to a simplified ‘single market’, with Britain no longer bound by the social chapter or EU-wide fisheries policy
Cameron's cheap booze ban won't work, admits Minister for alcohol and crime prevention | UPDATED: 01:48 GMT, 2 December 2012 David Cameron’s plan for a minimum price of 45p a unit for alcohol suffered an embarrassing blow last night when it emerged that the Minister responsible for alcohol and crime prevention thinks it is wrong, unfair and won’t work. Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne was gagged from speaking out on the issue to avoid revealing the Government split