News Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva left Stonyhurst College in Clitheroe, Lancashire, in the early hours of Monday morning

Stonyhurst headmaster rules their return as 'untenable' after their departure to the Caribbean sparked an international search

Murphy eyes Fulham Europa journey

Danny Murphy returns to Europa League action this evening with the chance to rekindle some of the greatest memories of his career by guiding Fulham into the knock-out stages of the competition.

Letters: Drugs policy

Drugs adviser who spoke out and paid with his job

Part beetle, part machine: It's a cybug

From the Six Million Dollar Man to the Terminator, cyborgs – part man, part machine – have fuelled SF fantasies and nightmares.

Murphy finds the space to fire Fulham

Fulham 1 Basle 0

Mannone proves a man on a mission for Wenger

Fulham 0 Arsenal 1

Fulham qualify for Europa League

Amkar Perm 1 Fulham 0 (Fulham win 3-2 on aggregate)

<i>IoS</i> letters, emails & texts (5 July 2009)

I am writing to express concern about the cover story in last Sunday's New Review ("The war zone"). It offers a stark portrayal of a local community that I simply do not recognise – despite the fact that I work here.

Boy and girl expelled from boarding school

Two pupils were asked to leave a top Catholic boarding school after they were caught in bed together, it was revealed today.

Premier League round-up

On a crucial day for teams fighting relegation every team were on the scoresheet in the Premier League.

Ulysses S Grant

18th president - 1869-1877

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17th president - 1865-1869

The US presidency in numbers

Kinnear charged over referee comments

Newcastle boss Joe Kinnear has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association after describing Barclays Premier League official Martin Atkinson as a "Mickey Mouse" referee.

There was simply no one else like Paul Newman

Paul Newman was one of the last two greats of his generation. There is only Clint Eastwood left now, I think. He trained in the method style with Lee Strasberg and in the beginning he was criticised for being a mini Marlon Brando. He was a bit younger than Brando, and Brando was the big star. But he moved away from that, and established his own style. He wasn't a second anybody: he was very much Paul Newman.

Sunderland medical for Healy

Fulham boss Roy Hodgson has confirmed striker David Healy was due to undergo a medical at Sunderland today.

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