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Tory MP Enoch Powell investigated as alleged member of Westminster paedophile network

Enoch Powell, the Conservative anti-immigrant firebrand, is being investigated as an alleged member of a claimed Westminster paedophile network after his name was supplied to police by a senior Anglican bishop.

More than one in five school and college staff (22 per cent) surveyed had been the target of a false allegation by a pupil while one in seven had been subjected to a false accusations by a pupil’s parent or family friend. Often the allegations by the pupil were made because they “didn’t like being told off by school or college staff”.

Innocent teachers increasingly quitting their jobs over false accusations by pupils

Innocent teachers and school staff are quitting their jobs after false allegations against them by pupils because they cannot cope with the stigma, according to a report out today.

File photo of the then-Senate Democratic leader Teresa Fedor

Ohio Democrat Teresa Fedor speaks out during abortion debate to reveal she has been raped – and is interrupted by laughter from Republicans

An Ohio politician was interrupted by laughter from opposing party members during an impassioned speech in which she revealed that she had been raped.

In the video, the captives are led forward by a group of armed teenage boys

Children take eight Isis captives to be beheaded in latest propaganda video

Teenage boys armed with rifles lead eight prisoners to be beheaded in the latest gruesome video released by Isis. The victims are said to be Shia Muslim men in the central Syrian province of Hama.

Plans have been drawn up to force the Tories out using a confidence motion in a bid to prevent a constitutional crisis

General Election 2015: Labour seeks legal advice to stop Cameron 'squatting' in No 10 even if Tories win fewer seats

Labour is consulting constitutional and legal experts about fears that David Cameron could try to stay on in Downing Street even if the Conservatives have fewer MPs than Ed Miliband’s party after 7 May.

US and Iranian officials in Lausanne including John Kerry, second left, and Mohammad Javad Zarif, second right

Nuclear deal with Iran is 'within reach' as obstacles are overcome, US says

A preliminary but historic deal to curtail Iran’s nuclear programme seemed tantalisingly close on Sunday night, as officials from Tehran and the leading world powers held virtually round the clock meetings to try to resolve their outstanding differences.

Seth Rollins cashes in his Money in the Bank contract to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship

WrestleMania 31 results: Seth Rollins stuns WWE as he cashes in Money in the Bank contract to claim Brock Lesnar's title

It will go down as one of, if not the greatest WrestleMania of all time. From NWO's reunion, to The Rock teaming up with Ronda Rousey and Randy Orton's incredible 'RKO outta nowhere', nearly every match delivered a spectacle fitting of the Grandest Stage of Them All. But Seth Rollins saved the best for last.

Louis Theroux: By Reason of Insanity takes him behind the bars again

Louis Theroux: By Reason of Insanity, episode 2, TV review: The affable Englishman routine is wearing a bit thin

In Joe Penhall’s 2000 play Blue/Orange, which explored mental health treatment in the UK, one doctor explains to another (Billy Nighy to Andrew Lincoln, no less) that ‘hey, some people are just like that’.

Cassetteboy's latest video is called Emperor's New Clothes rap

Cassetteboy joins forces with Russell Brand for Emperor's New Clothes film

You might know Cassetteboy as the duo whose “Cameron's Conference Rap” parody arguably outshone the Prime Minister’s own turn at the Tory party conference last October, and has been watched nearly 5 million times.

Poldark, TV review: Demelza’s insouciance is almost as impressive as Ross’ pecs

Last week on Poldark, Aidan Turner’s glistening pecs left us in no doubt about his credentials as television’s new romantic hero (Darcy’s wet shirt now looks so prudish by comparison), but what of his romantic heroine?

Lois Pryce... Life Without a Postcode. Lois lives on a boat with her husband.. Registering to vote in the election has prooved to be very difficult without a fixed residential post code. (David Sandison)

Floating voters: How living on a houseboat meant I didn't officially 'exist'

Perhaps it was because Russell Brand said I shouldn’t, perhaps it was the guilt-inducing spectre of Emily Pankhurst, or it could simply have been an instinctive reaction to David Cameron over-exposure, but this year, I told myself, I really must register to vote in the general election.

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