Latest title in the Grand Theft Auto series also wowed the critics - becoming the highest ranked game for the Xbox 360 on review aggregator Metacritic
Lawyers claimed course was ‘needed’ despite nearby clubs reporting a lack of demand
Funniest joke prize taken by 30-year-old Rob Auton – and his Chinese Wispa
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The Labour leader extols the virtues of the Cadbury family in address to party activists
All right, hands up, I do quite like the Queen. And she did enjoy that flotilla after all...
Litter louts are most likely to dump Coca-Cola cans, Cadbury wrappers and Walkers crisp packets, a survey has revealed.
It feels like the Anglican Church has given up railing against the lost meaning of Easter eggs – it’s sponsored its own.
"Unknown road," warned the stranger's satnav. Diverted from the familiar A303 by a sudden closure on a dark evening, I joined another baffled motorist at a tiny junction with an unhelpful signpost indicating an unexpected place name such as Longbridge Deverill, or perhaps it was Marston Magna. It was a shock to be faced so abruptly with the A303's hinterland, hitherto unknown to me and, I suspect, many of the drivers of the vehicles – sometimes more than 30,000 – pounding over what Tom Fort calls "the highway to the sun".
Liberal Democrat officials insisted last night that Nick Clegg's wife did not breach any conflict of interest after it emerged that she gave paid advice to food giant Kraft just weeks before her husband condemned the firm for sacking British workers.
Andrew Martin chooses the smaller bar – and no sharing
My earliest food memory...Marmite sandwiches on sliced white bread. I used to press the bread down to the thickness of a coin, and I remember that really lovely transformation of texture from fluffy white bread to something quite dense and getting that little salty hit in the middle.
The American food manufacturer Kraft saw its reputation in Britain sink still lower yesterday, as its management of Cadbury was roundly criticised as "arrogant" by MPs, business analysts and union officials.
Children will wake up to smaller Easter eggs tomorrow – because chocolate makers have shrunk the packaging on millions of boxes by half.
A Slice of Britain: New owner Kraft won't guarantee long-term jobs, so Cadbury workers fear this is their final Easter
'You just get on with life in New Zealand'