The Metropolitan police is reviewing 63 sex-crime investigations dating back more than two years after a detective on its specialist rape-inquiry team was arrested over allegations of falsifying crime records.
Tennessee Williams as dance? I do declare! But Scottish Ballet triumphs with a perfectly told tale
Harry Redknapp will try to put his personal problems aside and deliver a pre-match team talk to his Tottenham side before tonight's game at Watford, rush-hour traffic permitting.
After more than three years, life on the run comes to an end for party's biggest – and most criminal – donor
Jonny Wilkinson, struggling for some weeks with shoulder problems and held back from the last round of Heineken Cup matches, has made a full recovery and may feature for Toulon in tonight's Top 14 match against Bayonne deep in the Basque country.
Steve Davis' dreams of winning a seventh world title looked set to be shattered as Neil Robertson cruises towards a second consecutive Crucible semi-final.
If you own a high-definition television and you’re looking for the ultimate viewing experience, then you may already be considering buying a Blu-ray player. Sales are soaring and prices are falling, but can the format stand up to the success of DVD? And are those extra features really worth the hype?
Ugo Monye was a surprise call-up to the 2009 Lions squad but his inclusion for the South Africa tour might never have come about had he not seen off a career-threatening injury.
David Gill has emerged as the frontrunner to replace Brian Barwick as the FA chief executive.
The outspoken politician tipped to become Japan's new leader when Yasuo Fukuda steps down as Prime Minister has infuriated his opponents by likening them to the Nazi Party.
James Innes, managing director of The CV Centre, gives his advice on writing an application that will get you noticed.