Oxford Centre for the Study of Religious Relics harnesses interdisciplinary experts to study objects of spiritual devotion
After the carnage and chaos of the attacks, extraordinary accounts have emerged of how people survived
New book warns that the welfare system is boosting the number of children born into workless households
Like some sort of political Rolling Stone, Mr Modi has become a master of transfixing foreign stadium audiences
Sir Nicholas’s assertion is latest in a series of khaki-hued interventions in the political arena by senior military figures
Foreign Secretary suggests ultra-stringent checks could be introduced across Middle East, Africa and Asia
'Few people are aware 1.5 million Indians fought – that there were men in turbans in the same trenches as the Tommies'
George Bingham placed a notice announcing he was seeking a death certificate that would let him inherit his father's title
A legal challenge could force the Government to clean up much quicker
Secret papers show how the unlikely duo came together in a 1960s cocktail of sex, dishonesty and sports cars
The records show how Philby desperately manoeuvred to try to keep himself out of the spotlight of suspicion
Helenus Milmo, part of the prosecution team at the Nuremburg trials, spent four hours trying to get the truth out of 'Peach'
Saravdeep Mann is alleged to have set about Martyn Baylay while yelling: 'I’m going to kill you. You f***ing British bastard.'
The 7th Earl of Lucan hasn't been seen since 1974
When Robinson announced he was quitting the English Defence League he declared the group was 'part of the problem'
Survey finds many British Muslims targeted because of their faith are left feeling trapped after suffering abuse