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ITV buys stake in ‘Teen Wolf’ firm

Doctor Owen Cole: Teacher and author

Educationist who furthered religious tolerance and tirelessly championed the understanding of Sikhism

Harold Shipman, a GP who is though to have killed 260 patients, died in Wakefield Prison in January 2004

Majority of doctors think some colleagues unfit for job

Poll released ahead of the 10th anniversary of the death of Harold Shipman

The US authorities succeeded in a major anti-corruption prosecution centred on the City of London, just one month after the SFO failed to land a blow in the same case

SFO left shamefaced after US nails City fraudster

The man – described as 'connected to the Bahrain royal family' – was found to be a central player in a huge fraud committed by the big aluminium business, Alcoa

Police prepare to enter the Pedrinhas prison to control a fight between inmates of rival gangs inside, in Sao Luiz

UN calls for investigation after torture and decapitation video highlights scale of violence in Brazilian prisons

A National Council of Justice report cites overcrowding as the main factor behind the creation of criminal factions among inmates

Shareholders now have more than advisory vote. Business Secretary Vince Cable has handed them binding votes on pay policy.

Farewell Fat Cat Wednesday, will you come along any sooner next year?

How can it be right that an executive can earn a seven figure bonus after a matter of months?

Sony Computer Entertainment President and Group CEO Andrew House, executive in charge of Sony Network Entertainment, introduces PlayStation Now

CES 2014: Sony's PlayStation Now promises console gaming without the console

'PlayStation Now' will send data directly to smart televisions

Health campaigners have been pressing for tougher action on alcohol abuse

Government 'buried' release of key evidence on minimum alcohol price before policy U-turn

The Government “buried” key evidence in the run-up to a major U-turn on minimum pricing for alcohol, it has emerged, amid accusations from doctors that pressure from the alcohol industry was “instrumental” in blocking the policy.

Unexpected Indian opposition members: IT executives square up in the war on corruption

A clash of Bangalore IT execs may be about to make compelling political theatre

London's congestion charge set to rise by 15%

London's congestion charge daily fee is set to rise by 15 per cent.

Hard-hit high street retailers ‘subsidising’ Bond Street elite

Rate delay helps the likes of Armani but costs Greater Manchester shops £61.5m

The Barmy Army suffer in Sydney on day three

Ashes 2013-14: ‘We let you all down,’ Alastair Cook tells England fans after whitewash

Ashes humiliation is complete as Australia romp to 5-0 series victory

British troops moving up to the trenches near Ypres in 1917

As we enter the centenary, Gove is right to question First World War myths

Revisionist historians have shown that British generals were not so very hapless

Seve Ballesteros family takes offence at ‘bad taste’ EurAsia Cup tournament

The ghost of Seve Ballesteros is at the heart of a golfing dispute that threatens to turn ugly for the European Tour.

The increase means fares are rising three times faster than wages for many commuters

Rail fare rises: Commuters take a hit as ticket prices increase three times faster than wages

Campaigners have used the latest price increase to warn that by 2018 the Government will be 'making a profit from passengers'

File: Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is reported to have suffered a serious head injury while skiing in the French Alps

Michael Schumacher: Former Formula One world champion in an 'extremely serious' condition after skiing accident

Seven-time world champion has had an operation to relieve swelling of his brain after he hit his head on a rock while skiing with his family

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Fifa president Sepp Blatter issues defiant warning to opponents
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Why the cost of parenting has become so expensive

Today's pre-school child costs £35,000, according to Aviva. And that's but the tip of an iceberg, says DJ Taylor
Fifa corruption: The officials are caught in the web of US legal imperialism - where double standards don't get in the way

Caught in the web of legal imperialism

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Bruce Robinson: Creator of Withnail and I on his new book about Jack the Ripper

'Jack the Ripper has accrued a heroic aura. But I'm going after the bastard'

The deaths of London prostitutes are commonly pinned on a toff in a top hat. But Bruce Robinson, creator of Withnail and I, has a new theory about the killer's identity
Simon Stephens interview: The playwright on red-blooded rehearsals, disappointing his children - and why plays are like turtles

Simon Stephens interview

The playwright on red-blooded rehearsals, disappointing his children - and why plays are like turtles
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Holidaying with a bike nut

Cycling obsessive Rob Penn convinces his wife to saddle up
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Bill Granger's fruity Asian desserts

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Fifa presidential election: What is the best way to see off Sepp Blatter and end this farce?

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Mediterranean migrant crisis: 'If Europe thinks bombing boats will stop smuggling, it will not. We will defend ourselves,' says Tripoli PM

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Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles

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Chinese artist who posted funny image of President Xi Jinping facing five years in prison