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Form of Edwards and Taylor will be crucial factor in hosts’ chances of securing series win
Percy Yip began teaching his daughter Carissa to play chess in 2010. After just one year, she could beat him. Two years later, the Massachusetts schoolgirl has just become the youngest female on record to reach the US Chess Federation’s (USCF) “expert” level. Carissa is nine years old.
Armed police boarded the flight at Stansted airport after an RAF Typhoon jet was scrambled to escort the Boeing 777
Astute Warwickshire attack coach tells Jon Culley they can repeat last year's triumph despite Ashley Giles' departure
Police have seized around £12 million worth of cocaine following a six-month investigation into the "top echelon" of organised crime.
Minister sets out scheme for UK’s biggest prison despite warnings that concept is discredited
A man described as a “sexual predator” has been found guilty of a 1979 murder and five attacks on other women.
The Turner Prize-winner's latest work is a holiday cottage on the coast - complete with statue on the roof
The public's lingering appetite for all things Olympic has seen dozens of artists who either performed or whose music was played at the Games storm up the charts.
Peter Reeve fell out with neighbours over noise and parking, according to those who knew him
Eoin Morgan's expert limited-overs batsmanship and the depth of England's bowling attack carried them to a 15-run victory over Australia in today's first NatWest Series match at Lord's
West Indies 147 & 27-3 England Lions 341
Ollie Rayner already had membership of one fairly exclusive club after scoring a hundred on his first-class debut in 2006; yesterday at Trent Bridge he joined another by making a century in an innings he began as nightwatchman as Middlesex avoided the follow-on against Nottinghamshire.
One of Britain's most impressive private book collections has been lost after a shed belonging to the author Francis Wheen went up in "spectacular" flames.
For years, St Asaph thought it was a city, but was not. Now, for 10p a head, it's a big shot after all