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Paxman makes a clean start to the year on Newsnight

Sunday stroll suits revived Henman

This has always been a city that combines respect for history with a belief in innovation - it is hard to imagine another major capital erecting a modern glass pyramid outside one of its most historic buildings - and it was no surprise when the French Open became the first Grand Slam tournament to start on a Sunday.

Howell's runaway win propels him into the world élite

A golf writer of yore once famously described a runaway triumph as "a one-horse procession". Well, everybody knew what he meant and even if a few have since been scratching their heads then David Howell gave them the most glorious explanation possible here yesterday.

Hamza accused of stirring up race hatred

Radical Islamic cleric Abu Hamza appeared in court today charged with a string of offences including stirring up racial hatred and possessing a terrorist document.

Abu Hamza to face charges of inciting racial hatred in UK

The controversial Muslim cleric Abu Hamza is to be charged with inciting racial hatred.

Met questions Abu Hamza on new terror allegations

Abu Hamza, the radical Muslim cleric facing extradition to the United States, was questioned yesterday by Scotland Yard officers on suspicion of plotting or taking part in terrorist acts in Britain.

Right-wing protesters in clashes with police at mosque

Right-wing protesters waving Union flags clashed with police and Muslims during Friday prayers outside a north London mosque yesterday.

Abu Hamza: panto villain or terrorist mastermind?

Part three: Why has Britain been so reluctant to pursue a man that the Americans describe as 'the real deal' and a 'freelance consultant to worldwide terrorist groups'?

Abu Hamza, renewable energy and others

Sir: Abu Hamza is not on anybody's love list, I am sure, and certainly not mine. Yet, the British government, so far, has failed to find evidence against him that would permit any charges to be brought.

Abu Hamza vows to defy ban

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