The Paris prosecutor has lodged a preliminary charge against the suspect in a shooting spree at media offices and a bank.
Despite the recent deaths on London's roads, Johnson seems to believe that it is the personal choices of cyclists that determine their safety
10,000 people were allegedly forced to attend one of the group executions
When you walk into this gallery under the arches of Hoxton Station, you are confronted by a spectacle in the best sense. The Aftermath Dislocation Principle Part I (2013) is a large installation of a post-apocalyptic Britain in which all the familiar signs of civilization have been ravaged.
The public instinctively feels the law has been found wanting in the aftermath of the banking collapse
Highly-trained specialist police officers could be seen feeding ducks in Northern Ireland on Monday afternoon as potential threats to the security of the G8 summit failed to materialise.
A friend of mine recently got married in Las Vegas and celebrated by going to see Rod Stewart in concert there. He was enchanted by the whole glitzy glamour of the experience, and yet he’s a pretty old-fashioned type of socialist and, as it happens, an actor.
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Anders Lustgarten's play begins, promisingly enough, as a dystopian satire which takes us on a darkly absurd extrapolation of the “market knows best” approach to austerity.
As the world is getting more prosperous, the Western share of wealth is declining. It's a new world order and we must get used to it
Google's Chairman Eric Schmidt said £2.5 billion tax avoidance 'is called capitalism'
Out of America: Baseball and hockey don't follow the stereotype of rampant US capitalism
The art of branding is not so cynical as most would presume
Roger Gifford warns would-be campers off at 800-year old swearing-in ceremony