The events leading to Stephen Farrow's arrest

This is how events unfolded in the burglary at Vine Cottage, the murders of retired teacher Betty Yates and the Rev John Suddards, and the conviction of Stephen Farrow.

Album: Madness , Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da (Lucky 7)

The latest Madness album finds them in nostalgic mood, both lyrically and sonically.

Double-decker college bus carrying 56 students crashes and overturns in Dorset field

A double decker bus carrying 56 college students has crashed and overturned in a field in Dorset.

Nelly detained after police find 'heroin, marijuana and a loaded firearm' on tour bus

American rapper Nelly was detained by police in Texas last night after a border patrol search on his tour bus recovered 36 bags of heroin, 10lbs of marijuana and a loaded .45 caliber pistol.

The Weekend's Viewing: Arena: Magical Mystery Tour Revisited, Sat, BBC2
The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour, Sat, BBC2

When the British public sat down to watch the latest Beatles film on Boxing Day in 1967, they might have expected similar fare to A Hard Day's Night and Help!, released a few years earlier, or maybe even something a bit more festive.

Lucy Tobin: FirstGroup shares could hit the buffers over threat to dividend

Investment View: The transport giant remains the only bidder shortlisted for all the rail franchises on offer

Road deaths rise by 3% in a year

The number of road deaths has risen by 3 per cent in the past year. There were 1,901 fatalities in 2011 and 23,122 people seriously hurt, a rise of 2 per cent, according to the Department for Transport.

Editorial: About more than a free bus pass

For all Lord Sugar's protestations about not claiming his free bus pass, Nick Clegg's central point remains: it is, indeed, difficult to explain why housing benefits must be cut while perks for wealthy pensioners remain protected.

'Missing' Icelandic tourist goes in search of herself

A woman on a visit to Iceland has managed to add new twist to the concept of "self-discovery" after taking part in a major mountain search operation for a lost tourist before admitting to police that she was the missing person everyone was looking for.

Doctor Who stars Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill at last night’s premiere for the new TV series

Doctor Who's trusty sidekicks to get mini-series

Doctor Who fans will get a glimpse of Pond life in a new miniseries about the Time Lord's trusty sidekicks.

Bus ban for Hackney 'race rant' probe woman

A woman who was arrested by police investigating claims of a black woman making racist comments about white people on a bus has been released on bail, with the condition that she does does not travel on any London bus.

Stagecoach boss Sir Brian Souter to step down

Stagecoach boss Sir Brian Souter today signalled his intention to step down from the driving seat of the company he co-founded more than 30 years ago.

‘Chuggers’ can no longer operate within three metres of a cashpoint

'Chuggers' face new restrictions on their high street tactics

Charity collectors are no longer allowed to chase people down the high street or linger outside shop entrances under new rules intended to crack down on anti-social "chuggers".

Kusmirowski's 'Pain Thing' at the former animal hospital Summerhall

Edinburgh Art Festival, Summerhall, Edinburgh

A former animal hospital turned exhibition space has an anatomical and visceral tendency, and there's plenty to see – if HMRC has let it all go yet

Police had earlier sealed off an area around the house

Tia Sharp: Police hold murder suspect after fourth search reveals body

Grandmother's partner is arrested - but questions are raised over why detectives did not make crucial discovery sooner

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Songs from the bell jar

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End of the Aussie brain drain

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