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Government are now in discussions over how to remove the rabbit without damaging the statue of the anti-apartheid icon

From left to right: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, Zara Phillips and Korean rapper Psy

Psy has the Oxford Union in raptures, Gangnam style

In the hallowed chamber of the Oxford Union, where once reverberated the voices of Gladstone, Salisbury and Sir Winston Churchill, it was again a tale of blood, toil, tears and sweat.

telecoms

Britain's three main mobile operators and the media regulator Ofcom have reached a crucial truce over much-delayed plans to roll out fourth-generation super-fast mobile broadband, known as 4G.

Mobile firms' truce opens the way to super-fast broadband

Top three operators and watchdog seal key deal that will bring forward the roll-out of 4G in 2013
Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries

'I was offered Trade minister job... for about half an hour'

Ed Vaizey is happy to limit himself to Culture, he tells Ian Burrell

Jeremy Hunt's (pictured) former special adviser, Adam Smith, will be asked what he told News Corp about Mr Hunt's consideration of its planned £8bn takeover of BSkyB

Tories give Jeremy Hunt's ex-aide Adam Smith Leveson legal advice

Adam Smith to be quizzed over links to News Corp lobbyist and takeover of BSkyB

Jeremy Hunt is also facing calls to quit

Jeremy Hunt facing Parliamentary inquiry into claims he failed to register corporate hospitality

Jeremy Hunt is facing a Parliamentary inquiry into claims that he failed to register thousands of pounds worth of corporate hospitality from media firms.

Leading article: The net is closing around the Culture Secretary

Downing Street may be sticking to its support for the embattled Culture Secretary, stolidly refusing calls for an inquiry into whether the "inappropriate" contact between one of his top aides and News Corp over the BSkyB deal broke the Ministerial Code. But Mr Hunt is on the run all the same.

David Cameron urged to order Jeremy Hunt inquiry

David Cameron is under pressure to order an inquiry into claims that Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt broke ministerial rules in his dealings with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp empire.

Artifact, Sadler’s Wells, London

William Forsythe’s Artifact is self-conscious and self-aware, a ballet about being a ballet. As dancers run through patterns or wind themselves into fractured duets, curtains descend with a thump or speakers try to pin down an act of memory. The Royal Ballet of Flanders could be tauter in Forsythe’s patterns, but push confidently through his games.

Georgia: Stalin museum to show how tyrant ruled by terror

A museum that for 75 years has honoured Joseph Stalin is to show the atrocities committed under his rule.

Vaizey row over 'Britain bigger than Morocco' statement

A Government minister was urged to “recognise the importance of geography” today after claiming Britain was bigger than Morocco.

The Olympia Archaeological Museum,where two armed robbers tied up a guard and made off with dozens of artefacts yesterday

Theft of Olympic treasures piles on misery for Greeks

In a further blow to Greek confidence, two armed and masked robbers broke into a museum at Olympia in southern Greece yesterday, the site of the ancient Olympics, and stole dozens of treasures.

Masked gunmen raid ancient Olympia museum

Two masked gunmen have stormed into a small museum at the birthplace of the ancient Olympics in southern Greece smashing display cases with hammers and making off with dozens of antiquities up to 3,200 years old.

Sir Philip Green vows to help fashion hopefuls

Fashion tycoon Sir Philip Green has pledged to help more young people get ahead in the designing and manufacturing of clothes.

The former hostage recounts the story of the Palestinians' 1948 trauma

Robert Fisk: John McCarthy knows the value of history

How come people like historical memory holes?

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On your feet! Spending at least two hours a day standing reduces the risk of heart attacks, cancer and diabetes, according to new research

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