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Broadcaster and journalist Andrew Marr, 53, has left hospital two months after suffering a stroke.

Nadir vows to sue for wrongful arrest

The former Polly Peck tycoon Asil Nadir has vowed to issue a writ against police for wrongful arrest after his release from custody.

Asil Nadir arrested and released in bail 'mix-up'

Former head of Polly Peck held for hours at a London police station after allegedly failing to abide by his curfew

Tom Croft avoids need for surgery

England flanker Tom Croft does not require surgery on his fractured right shoulder, the Rugby Football Union have confirmed.

The bookseller who doesn't read novels

Foyles' head Sam Husain tells Deirdre Hipwell about the book store's trust in value and service

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I can't find him in the family history

Foyles turns over new leaf as sales at rivals decline

The independent bookseller Foyles made a pre-tax profit of £335,934 in the year to 30 June.

Long delays for hip surgery

Elderly people with broken hips often face an "unacceptable" wait for surgery, a survey shows.

Tube line cleared for runaway train

A runaway train went through six stops on a 13-minute journey on the Tube today with other Underground trains having to be cleared out of its path.

Chipotle, 114-116 Charing Cross Road, London WC2

One night. Two tables. One hot cuisine. But are the chains opening in the trail of Wahaca taco-tastic or just tacky?

Sufferers from health anxiety steered towards therapy rather than a doctor

Hypochondria is adding millions to the cost of the NHS, but hospital trusts are refusing to tackle the problem due to perverse financial incentives that would leave them worse off if they did so, according to a leading psychiatrist.

'Losing a leg has made me a happier man'

Chris Patterson went travelling as a cure for his mid-life crisis. The trip changed his life – but not in the way he'd expected. Holly Williams hears his story

Yasmin Alibhai-Brown: Our island home really isn't so bad

We are not busted and have what it takes to rise to any number of challenges. Call it reactive patriotism if you like, the defence of the realm in its time of greatest need

Novelist Alan Sillitoe dies aged 82

Novelist Alan Sillitoe died today at the age of 82, his family said.



Baby boy hit by falling lamppost dies

A baby boy who was hit by a falling lamppost died today.

Baby hit by fallen lamppost fights for life

A baby boy is fighting for his life after he was hit by a falling lamppost today.

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