941 affairs were recorded in Beeston in the East Midlands
Research finds cheaters believe the internet has made infidelity much easier thanks to technology.
There is no definitive single answer
Both European men and women were found to have cheated more than American men and women
Student recorded phone call with former teacher
What did ‘The Pass’ reveal about the game and its taboos? Surprisingly little
Schools are in danger of becoming "exam factories" - churning out teenagers unable to cope with life beyond their gates, Britain's bosses warned yesterday.
Subsidies to the rich cost us much more than benefit fraud
The world of Hyrule is as compelling as ever in this sequel to one of the best games of all time
'Operation Broad', designed to unsettle the England paceman, backfired spectacularly on the first day
There is no international consensus on what’s right, but any move to change the law here would be politically impossible
But there is certainly a need for more debate around teen sexuality
Anonymous survey reveals surprising patterns of academic dishonesty
A Coronation Street star told a jury that “little dark secrets” that troubled him were the result of a series of one night stands and cheating on his wife as she underwent chemotherapy not because he had raped a child.
“Something’s always going down in Peckham.” So grumbles one of the residents who both spiritedly diss and defend their neighbourhood in this show, exhibiting weariness with its constant soundtrack of police sirens or lack of jobs, but also a fierce local pride.
A single cast tells two separate stories of gay lovers in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride, set in 1958 and 2008 (when it was first staged), exploring the characters’ own, and society’s, changing attitudes towards sexuality, identity and honesty. At this timely revival directed by Jamie Lloyd for the Trafalgar Transformed season, the actors hold placards reading “To Russia, With Love” for the curtain call.