Commuters advised to get their journeys in early
So far we have not had the upfront debate the seriousness of this issue deserves
Gayet has earned a César nomination for Best Supporting Actress
PM is 'optimistic and takes a very positive approach to the changes that he wants to see'
Former government contractor could join President Obama, Henry Kissinger and Nelson Mandela in historic list
Wrestler reportedly said he is 'going home'
The garden of a British diplomat is believed to have been dug up after his son was arrested on Saturday
Sir Nicholas Browne was targeted by an angry mob in Tehran in 1989 after the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa calling for the killing of the author Salman Rushdie over his book The Satanic Verses. Browne, then the British chargé d'affaires, had to retreat with his staff to the inner rooms of the British embassy as the crowd, variously estimated at between two and ten thousand, hurled debris that smashed the building's windows, only a few yards away from the imposing black-painted outer gates adorned with the Royal Crest. He was forced to call for police protection, though no one was hurt.
Claims that secretive communist regime has carried out a further brutal purge of those the young leader sees as a threat to his authority
The charity, of which Johannson has been an ambassador since 2007, blasted her new campaign with SodaStream International Ltd
Gone are the days when a “Save the Rhino” advert was enough. Only about 25,000 rhinos are left in the wild, and thanks to poaching the species is critically endangered. Now, in an effort to drive down demand, conservationists are working on campaigns to understand what makes rhino horn consumers tick.
As the Sochi games approach, Lush stores around the world will be running a Valentine’s campaign in defence of equal love
Sir Alex Ferguson said he is enjoying watching Manchester United from the stands this season and suggested he would continue to do so despite critics urging him to stay away for the sake of the team.
They’ve been over here for 70 years, but the ‘opaque’ presence of our US allies worries many critics
Family claim UK is unwilling to help for fear of risking jet deal
Over-50, overseas, overambitious and under-insured: those are the travellers causing the biggest headaches for the Foreign Office, a conference in London was told today.