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Evicted St Paul's protesters remain defiant

Anti-capitalist protesters have warned that they will not be "derailed" after their camp was cleared from outside St Paul's Cathedral.

Telefonica gain advantage after delayed start

A delayed start for the fourth leg of the Volvo round the world race to avoid severe weather in the South China Sea will see the overall leader Telefonica, of Spain, set off two minutes and 32 seconds ahead of France’s Groupama after an inshore prologue was staged instead of the ocean race start.

With husband Michael, Lindy Chamberlain faced trial for Azaria's murder in 1982

More than 30 years on, coroner will hear fourth inquest into 'Dingo Baby' death

Australia's most baffling drama continues with reopening of the case in which a mother was condemned and then cleared

A touch of frost: camping in the snow at Wowo

And you think you're cold...

Never mind the chills - winter camping is a chance to enjoy the British countryside at its most serene, as Tracey Davies discovers from a yurt in Sussex

A touch of frost: camping in the snow at Wowo

Winter camping: And you think you're cold...

Never mind the snow and ice – winter camping is a chance to enjoy the British countryside at its most serene, as Tracey Davies discovers from a yurt in Sussex

Sophie Thompson (Mrs Hardcastle) is alarmed by the unusual etiquette of Cush Jumbo (Constance) and David Fynn (Tony Lumpkin) in She Stoops to Conquer

She Stoops to Conquer, NT Olivier, London
The House of Bernarda Alba, Almeida, London
The Changeling, Young Vic, Maria, London

Everyone tries a bit too hard in this comic revival, but it's impossible not to warm to the cheery, good-looking confection

Simon Hopkinson has been, variously, an Egon Ronay inspector, the chef-proprietor of Bibendum
restaurant, a food columnist for The Independent and an award-winning cookery writer

My Life In Food: Simon Hopkinson

Simon Hopkinson has been, variously, an Egon Ronay inspector, the chef-proprietor of Bibendum restaurant, a food columnist for The Independent and an award-winning cookery writer. His latest book is The Good Cook (BBC Books, £25).

Stop What You’re Doing and Read This! By Mark Haddon,
Michael Rosen, Zadie Smith et al

Not having enough time to read is a common complaint.

Theatre lovers were camping outside the Apollo in London last night

'It's bigger than Harry Potter': fans queue for Jerusalem's curtain call

Theatre lovers have camped outside the Apollo theatre in London for up to 36 hours to secure the last tickets to the most acclaimed play in the West End.

British skipper Ian Walker who scored a maximum six points from the in-port race with French boat Groupama

Flawless Walker takes maximum points

Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing eased the pressure on skipper Ian Walker after two miserable legs in the Volvo Ocean Race by scoring a crushing victory on home waters yesterday.

Groupama notch first win of the Volvo Ocean Race

Spain’s Telefónica secured overall victory on the second leg of the Volvo round the world race with a strong second place on the sprint finish, but the last word went to France’s Groupama as they notching up its first win of the Volvo Ocean Race 2011-12, snatching top spot ahead of their rivals in the dying moments of the sprint into Abu Dhabi.

Teenager dies climbing England's highest mountain

A teenager has died while trying to climb England's highest mountain in Cumbria.

Fire crews fight the blazes in Chile's Torres del Paine national park which have been raging since Tuesday

Wildfires devastate Chilean wilderness

Wildfires sweeping through one of South America's most famous national parks are devastating thousands of acres of pristine habitat. So far, more than 21,000 acres of Torres del Paine have been destroyed by blazes that have yet to be brought under control.

Profile: Agyness deyn

Another magazine cover?

No, the peroxide model's latest endeavour will see her make her stage acting debut in February next year. She'll play a "promiscuous" young woman who's invited to dinner by a yuppie couple in François Archambault's comedy The Leisure Society.

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‘This is one of the best McLaren teams ever – we are going to do it’

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Seifeddine Rezgui: What motivated a shy student to kill 38 holidaymakers in Tunisia?

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