Sir David Amess, Ian Paisley and Mark Menzies accused of 'manipulating facts' to celebrate Maumoon Abdul Gayoom
Simon Usborne visits his old barber for a trim. What has Paul - a Greek-Cypriot, with 52 years' experience of hair and 70 of life - learnt about men and their minds?
In his last run-out for the BBC, Robert Peston travelled to China and the more familiar surroundings of the Square Mile to examine the dragon economy's recent hiccough
British TV veteran Guy Hibbert took on a daunting range of issues in the first of three episodes, screened as part of the BBC's China season
The Swiss town is famed for its off-piste skiing, and feels like a mountain home to Simon and his brother Patrick
Move hailed as 'magical' by brand's creative director but described as 'Disneyfication' of the church by clergy
Reaction videos – clips of people watching clips – are massive online. So, when two brothers tried to trademark them, viewers reacted, well, badly
A tiny motor has been found in the bike of an aspiring world champion cyclist. But this clever device was never intended for cheats, its makers say.
No matter the odds stacked against them, they dream of the demise of the monarchy, and right now they've got a spring in their step. Simon Usborne meets Britain's republicans
If there really is a new planet, it won't be called Bowie, as many fans hoped. But who will get the important task of bestowing a title? Simon Usborne investigates
Mr Nasheed was allowed to leave the capital Malé after ministers relaxed the terms of his temporary release
Their colleagues jealous, if reports of 'golden hellos' such as cash and gym memberships for number crunchers are anything to go by. Simon Usborne learns more.
Jimmy Perry ended up paired with his agent's husband, the sitcom producer David Croft, and what followed was in many ways a chaste rom-com
Ms Blair, known professionally as Cherie Booth, has personally lobbied British government officials in the case
Congratulations Major, you'll be the first Brit on board. But where's the gym? What's for dinner? And do you really drink your own urine?
Clarke and the current secretary of Ukip led an attempt to propel right-wing candidates into the City of London Corporation