A judge lifted an order granting him anonymity in the public interest
The activist at the centre of a row which led to the cancellation of a debate at the launch of Russell Brand’s new book has claimed he is the victim of a “politically motivated smear campaign” by bloggers.
"What I do think is interesting is the links between the Bush family and the Bin Laden family"
Campaigners hit out at gap years in developing countries
Move to combat dental health crisis
The city is home to one of the four surviving copies of the Magna Carta, along with the world’s oldest mechanical clock
The bridal parties clad in revealing uniforms has prompted concerns that the phenomenon is threatening the resort’s image as a family destination
Action is necessary to prevent isolation and thwarted mobility in our increasingly polarised society, argues report
Anyone considered to be at risk will be passed on to emergency services
The 90-minutes of the single act play gallop along towards the tragic finale
Rembrandt spent a year in Yorkshire
Research suggests that the situation gets so bad for middle aged men that their wives take matters into their own hands
He will be given the codename C after ithe first MI6 boss Sir George Mansfield Smith-Cumming
It is hard not to feel fury at Salem's descent into collective madness
The number of women giving birth in their fifties has more than doubled since 2008
New BBC documentary will highlight the dangers of too many felines inhabiting too little territorial space