Friends mourn party death girl

Friends of tragic drug death girl Isobel Reilly wept today as scores of mourners held a vigil in her memory.

Boat Race: Bowden's boys play fast and loose

Oxford coach enjoys 10th victory after his crew keep tension to a minimum by blowing favourites Cambridge out of the water

Brothers fill up with 19 redundant petrol stations

Two brothers have opened their year with the purchase of 19 former petrol-station sites which they plan to redevelop.

'Hollywood never suited me': Elizabeth McGovern on fleeing LA and Downton Abbey’s Lady Cora

Engaged to Sean Penn, nominated for an Oscar – in the Eighties, Elizabeth McGovern looked set to become a Hollywood superstar. So why did Downton Abbey's lady of the manor swap LA for the Chiswick High Road?

Detective cleared of rape

A trainee detective was cleared today of raping a woman at police accommodation after prosecutors offered no evidence.

Fullers gives the pub sector some Pride as results cheer investors

Fuller Smith & Turner proved that there is still life in pubs if you run them properly, growing sales and profits despite the gloom that still hangs around some of the trade.

Plasticine-faced, jug-eared and ... so sexy

He's revived the restless Reggie Perrin on our TV screens, but this unlikely ladykiller and 'luvvie farmer' admits to being smugly satisfied in real life. Rachel Shields meets Martin Clunes.

Fall rushes in: Are autumnal colours a feast for the senses, or a depressing reminder of winter?

Small garden shrubs and trees are often described as having "autumn colour", as if it was unquestionably a positive boon. Unlike David Randall (see pages 16-21) I'm not sure. This is going to sound grumpy, but autumn colour in a tree can go one of two ways for me. I mean, it's delightful to see those bright reds and oranges. But it can be a depressing reminder that we're only going one way: towards winter.

Simone Kane: I talk to the trees. Well, now's their chance to answer back

Autumn is an appropriate moment for visitors to take a bite out of the new Talking Trees Trail, an apple orchard tour just launched by the National Trust at Cotehele in the Tamar Valley, Cornwall (nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele).

Album: Mystery Jets, Serotonin (Rough Trade)

Opening line "Freedom is an illusion generated by our brain" raises false hopes that Mystery Jets have moved on to weightier topics than fancying the girl next door.

Baroness Scotland's housekeeper jailed

An illegal immigrant who was hired as a housekeeper by the former attorney general was jailed for eight months at the Old Bailey yesterday.

Ex-Attorney General's illegal immigrant cleaner jailed

An illegal immigrant who conned the former Attorney General into hiring her as a cleaner was jailed for a total of eight months at the Old Bailey today.

Illegal immigrant guilty of conning Attorney General

An illegal immigrant was found guilty today of conning Attorney General Baroness Scotland into hiring her as a cleaner.

Boat Race: Cambridge triumphant in clash with Dark side

Blades collide to keep umpire busy as Boat Race produces an enthralling battle between evenly matched crews
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