News Mayor of Toronto Rob Ford had to issue an apology after falsely claiming a reporter took photos of his children

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has apologised after he claimed a Canadian reporter was “lurking” around his house, climbing his fences and taking photos of his children.

Boris Johnson shows his dismay at getting booted out of the meeting

Transcript: Eddie Mair grills Boris Johnson on the Andrew Marr Show

Boris Johnson looked profoundly uncomfortable on this morning's Andrew Marr Show as stand-in host Eddie Mair grilled the Mayor of London on matters of personal integrity. Here's a transcript of one particularly bruising encounter:

Cara Delevingne, model

Page 3 Profile: Cara Delevingne, model

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Page 3 Profile: Lord Black, former media mogul

Back for another bruising encounter with Paxman?

The Sound of Things Falling, By Juan Gabriel Vásquez, trans. Anne McLean

The Conrad of Colombia returns with a novel of memory, mystery - and Escobar's hippo.

Work for your pension? That’s a bit rich, my Lord

Our diarist notes the curious perspective of a senior Whitehall mandarin, has an update on the outspoken Nadine Dorries, and offers a reminder of Conrad Black's taste

There's something queasy about Conrad Black appearing on prime-time TV

The media tycoon shouldn't have the platform of Have I Got News For You to defend himself

Conrad Black kissing his wife, he was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007

Conrad Black walks free, but faces a tough climb back to respectability

The disgraced former media magnate Conrad Black was heading to a home in Toronto, Canada, last night after being released from a prison in Florida where he had been serving time stemming from his 2007 convictions for defrauding investors in his now defunct newspaper conglomerate, Hollinger.

Conrad Black released from prison

Former media mogul Conrad Black was released from a federal prison in Miami today after serving about three years for defrauding investors.

Tim Lott: Blame the bullies – but don't forget those who let them get away with it

Rupert Murdoch – the Great Bully – may fade from view, but as long as the frightened and the craven give in, their tormentors will thrive

It's called The Open – so why is the golf club closed to women?

Royal St George's has welcomed the world to the sport's greatest contest. But usually half the population is shut out

Adrian Hamilton: A promise by Murdoch is meaningless

The people one should feel sorry for, in the shame of the Government genuflection to Rupert Murdoch – or maybe it should be simply contempt – are the independent directors appointed to preserve the separated Sky news from his interference.

Diary: How the treatment of Conrad Black bleeds the heart

The vindictiveness of American justice never ceases to astound. Fifty-year sentences under the three-strikes rule for stealing a slice of pizza; chain gangs and weevil 'n' maggot suppers in Alabama; a new craze for charging pregnant drug addicts who miscarry with murder ... we look across the ocean and recoil at the barbarity.

Conrad Black faces more lawsuits as he heads back to jail

Disgraced media tycoon asks Canada to allow him to return at the end of his prison sentence

Conrad Black's wife collapses in court as he is sent back to prison

Conrad Black, the Conservative peer convicted of fraud and obstructing justice in the US, was last night ordered back to jail amid dramatic scenes in a Chicago courthouse.

Media mogul Conrad Black back in court

A judge is to decide today whether to send media mogul Conrad Black back to prison or let him remain free based on time already served.

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