Sport British heavyweight Anthony Joshua continued his unbeaten start to his professional boxing career

The Olympic gold medalist has no time to rest though as he will compete next Saturday on the undercard of Carl Froch v George Groves

London's first cat café gets green light

New high street experience finally receives planning permission and announces location on Bethnal Green Road in Shoreditch, London

Paperback review: Once Upon a Time There Was a Traveller, Edited by Kate Pullinger

An anthology of stories which have won the Asham Award, as well as additional tales by established Virago authors, this is a book of journeys, meetings and partings, flights and homecomings.

Three men jailed for 13-year-old girl's sex slave ordeal

Three men who abducted a vulnerable 13-year-old girl from the streets of London and forced her to become their sex slave have been jailed.

London underground and bus services 'coping' with Olympic Super Saturday, say officials

London's transport system was coping well with the huge crowds on Super Saturday - one of the busiest days of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

London 2012: Central Line reopened after suspension on busiest day of Games so far

The Central Line has been reopened after trains were suspended to and from the Olympic Stadium due to signalling failures.

Audley enjoys Sydney gold in 2000

Olympic Moments No 7: Audley Harrison's boxing gold

In our series celebrating GB success, coach Tony Burns recalls a stunning win in 2000

Johnny Tapia attracted an adoring, massive crowd at York Hall in 2002

Bunce on Boxing: Johnny Tapia, a great fighter who dodged bullets but not needles

Tapia was crazy, but he could still fight when he made his York Hall debut

Artistic impression: Witty works of art are an appealing feature of the Crosby Street Hotel in New York

Something to Declare: There's an art to creating an inspiring place to stay

Dew-kissed rose petals: every time I see a close-up photo of them in a hotel, a part of me dies.

Respect Party candidate George Galloway gestures from a bus outside his campaign office in Bradford

Galloway's Bradford win shocks main parties

Respect stalwart is an MP again after Muslim support sees him sweep to surprise victory

Two hurt in Bethnal Green lava lamp flat blast

Two people were injured when an attempt to create a home-made lava lamp caused an explosion and fire.

Protesters cleared of Fortnum and Mason trespass

Eight protesters who were accused of occupying Fortnum and Mason during an anti-cuts demonstration last year were today acquitted of trespass.

In shock: Spurs players Benoît Assou-Ekotto (left) William Gallas (centre), Carlo Cudicini and the Bolton manger, Owen Coyle, show their concern

'He just went down – no one was near him'

Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba collapses and FA Cup tie is abandoned

Inside the artist’s studio: Anne Hardy

British artist Anne Hardy photographs large-scale interior spaces which she carefully constructs over several months. Using complex camera techniques, reflections and painstaking positioning of objects, she conjures still life images that look as if a person has just stepped out of them and paint vivid portraits of that imaginary occupant.

Mark Steel: Flogging is too good for them

People who love to scream about stern discipline and National Service are having a fantastic time in post-riot Britain. My favourite was a man on a Radio 5 phone-in, who ended his rant by yelling, "I TELL you how little discipline there is. My son gets homework and he's allowed to do it ON HIS COMPUTER. We need to GET BACK to PENCIL and PAPER!" And you felt that if you suggested 'What about pen and paper?' he'd shriek "NO! NOT PEN, YOU BLOODY LIBERAL. PENCIL! They have to SHARPEN pencils, it teaches them DISCIPLINE!"

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