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The Kumars (Sky1) are back. They've left number 42 at their street in Wembley and moved to Hounslow, where a divorced Sanjeev Kumar/Bhaskar is hosting his TV show from behind his dad's shop where they're renting from new landlord Hawney (pronounced "horny").

Simon Kelner: Pedants' Revolt seems to be gathering momentum

It looks like I may have been on to something, On Monday, I exhorted i readers to rise up and join my campaign against the debasement of grammatical standards, which I coined the pedants' revolt. Never have I had such a response to a column and through the modern channels of communication – Twitter and Facebook – you responded in such numbers to make me believe that this is something you truly care about.

Asil Nadir denies £33 million theft

Turkish business tycoon Asil Nadir today denied the theft of £33.1 million from the firm Polly Peck in the 1980s.

New Year Tube strike plan is suspended

Planned New Year strikes on London's Tube network have been suspended while talks on a bank holiday pay row take place.

Mishkin's is a cool, shabby-chic mix of reclaimed wood and scrubbed brick

Mishkin’s, 25 Catherine Street, London WC2

The cable channel Dave famously got its name because the marketeers believed everyone had a friend called Dave. Mishkin's, a new Jewish(ish) diner in Covent Garden, has a similarly ersatz provenance – named for its owner, Ezra Mishkin, who sounds like the kind of mensch who'd feed you good chicken soup and bad jokes, but who doesn't actually exist.

Ken Costa former Chief Executive of Lazard who now runs the Christian organization Alpha International arrives for a meeting with representatives of Occupy London at the St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation and Peace in London

A tax on banks would cost jobs, says finance chief

But City urged to aim for ethical capitalism. By Paul Cahalan

Ken Costa former Chief Executive of Lazard who now runs the Christian organization Alpha International arrives for a meeting with representatives of Occupy London at the St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation and Peace in London

A tax on banks would cost UK jobs, warns new watchdog

But ex-Lazard chairman urges City to aim for ethical capitalism, says Paul Cahalan

Nicholas Faith: The selfish City won't repay a national sacrifice

Let us hope that the City – and above all the hedge funds which contributed so generously to the Tory war chest – are happy.

Video footage shows the man being confronted by protesters from the Occupy movement near Piccadilly Circus

The moment protesters found a plain-clothes cop in their midst

Campaigners complain of invasive policing tactics against Occupy movement in London

David Cameron: 'Euro trade links are a key interest'

Britain's top priority in Europe is protecting its trading links within the single market, David Cameron insisted today.

Larry makes his first kill at No 10

Larry the tabby cat given a home at 10 Downing Street after a rat was spotted at the doorstep has, four months after moving in, made his first confirmed kill.

Caught & Social: Like a Downing Street dossier, Campbell declares charity match ‘tasty in parts’

Quite how the shy, retiring and noncombative Alastair Campbell found himself in the middle of an angry football fracas yesterday is beyond us, but happen it did.

Signal failure hits Tube services

Workers returning to the City of London after the bank holiday break suffered travel delays today when a signal failure led to a Tube line being suspended.

Handbag designer shoulders arcade's luxury plans

Fashion designer Lulu Guinness is set to bring her bags and purses to central London's Burlington Arcade.

The Trafalgar Square kettle: these are the facts, I was there

These are the bare facts from inside the kettle, written neither in condemnation nor in support of any faction.

March 26th: Activists have called for the people to occupy Trafalgar Square for twenty-four hours

The government plan to conduct a nation-wide Census of people’s personal details, including the names, ages and genders of any overnight guests.
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