News Granted, the Queen probably isn’t the easiest to buy for. What would one bestow upon the monarch that has it all?

Granted, the royals probably aren't the easiest to buy for. But a book called Your Arms Remind Me of Pork Luncheon Meat? Really?

Boris Johnson 'broadly positive' over London Grand Prix plan

London Mayor Boris Johnson gave qualified support today to bold plans by Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone for a London Grand Prix.

Prince Philip left hospital yesterday

Prince Philip back home for his birthday

Celebrations at the palace, but the BBC is still in the dock for its 'mind-numbing' jubilee coverage

Revelers crowd the Mall to watch The Queen appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony

Never mind the boats, the crowd came for the wave

It was like Christmas and a royal wedding rolled into one. Tom Peck joined the masses in front of Buckingham Palace

Last Night: Diamond Jubilee Concert, Buckingham Palace, London

Knights to remember make jubilee party fit for a Queen

10 arrested in Jubilee celebrations

Theo Usherwood

Claire Squires: Images from her JustGiving fund-raising website page, where thousands of people have been donating after her death in the marathon yesterday

Hundreds attend marathon runner Claire Squires' funeral

Hundreds of people attended a funeral today to pay their respects to a woman who was described as having "left a legacy" after her supporters raised more than £1 million for charity following her death during the London Marathon.

About 37,500 runners took part in the London Marathon, which finished in front of Buckingham Palace

Marathon marred by runner's death

Tragedy struck the London Marathon yesterday when a 30-year-old woman collapsed and died with only a mile of the race to go.

Billy Tallon, who worked for the Queen Mother

Trending: The butler does it... and for peanuts

Who'd wait on the rich for less than the minimum wage? Plenty of people, says Liam O'Brien. It turns out you can get the staff these days

Brian May

Here come the curls

Queen's Brian May talks to film composer David Arnold about music and movies

A Man's Story (15)

Starring: John Cusack, Alice Eve, Luke Evans, Brendan Gleeson

Deyn says: 'I feel like whatever I wear is cool'

My Secret Life: Agyness Deyn, 29, model

The household I grew up in... was hectic. I have a younger sister and an older brother. We were always doing something – karate and swimming and stuff, it was a lively household.

HRH: she reigns but she does not rule. She is powerless, but her influence is oceanic

The Queen: Majesty and modesty

It is 60 years since she succeeded to the throne – a reign in which her sense of duty and absolute retention of royal mystique has only deepened her subjects’ affection for her.

Countess's acceptance of Bahraini jewels criticised

The Countess of Wessex's acceptance of jewels from Bahrain's royal family has been criticised amid reports of human rights abuses in the Gulf kingdom.

The Saturday Quiz

1. Which Second World War battle was the subject of a 1956 film by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger?

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