Mr Grimm told reporter: 'I'll break you in half. Like a boy'
Shadow Cabinet Officer minister Michael Dugher calls for action before 30th anniversary of the Battle of Orgrave
Judge rules grandmother’s actions were undermining the child’s right to privacy
When Jeremy Paxman stood on Westminster Bridge and recounted the events of 4 August, 1914, just the familiar authoritative tone of his voice made 100 years ago feel like today. He could have been reading the headlines on Newsnight.
The England youngster has impressed in recent weeks
You don't have to be Marxist to want a better world, but sometimes student politics makes it feel that way
'It is a big tournament for England because they have Wales at home. It could be the decider,' says former No 8
The West Brom striker made the gesture, which some view as anti-Semitic, against West Ham
Nadhim Zahawi says 'massive, irreversible damage' is being caused
In conjunction with BT Sport's Life's A Pitch, we put questions from readers of The Independent to the former Scotland manager
New 'put-in' rule may be fairer but it comes at a bad time
Status updates - when they're not baby pics or relationship updates - may "raise awareness", but is that even worth anything?
Eric Pickles, the Communities Secretary, faces a protracted legal battle after he gave permission to allow developers to build on the site of Farm Terrace allotments in Watford, Hertfordshire.
A beauty queen is in hiding after exposing a major talent agency’s alleged links to a crime syndicate
The firm is accused of illegally tracking users of the web browser Safari
Fabio Capello, Michael Laudrup and Tim Sherwood in the mix