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The details emerged in reports from a private trial in the Family Division of the High Court

Tory MP Daniel Kawczynski comes out as bisexual

41-year-old says local party have been 'very supportive and kind'

Constable's The Hay Wain

Constable's The Hay Wain painting defaced as Fathers4Justice step up action

Attack comes after a painting of the queen by Ralph Heimans was vandalised with spray paint in Westminster Abbey

Jeremy Forrest was jailed for five and a half years

Wife 'launches divorce proceedings' against jailed maths teacher Jeremy Forrest

It's wrong he has been branded a paedophile says his sister

Police inquiry into health watchdog 'cover-up'

Police are investigating whether any criminal offence was committed during an alleged cover-up at the health watchdog. Cumbria Constabulary said it would examine a report, which detailed how officials may have suppressed a damning internal review into inspections at Furness General Hospital.

The body of Janet Gilson, 64, was found hidden under a sofa in Hong Kong

Life for Hong Kong killer of British woman, Janet Gilson

The retired Salvation Army Officer was found dead under her niece's sofa

Creative thinker: Maggot Moon author Sally Gardner

'Exams, exams, exams': Children's author Sally Gardner says new national curriculum would stifle classroom creativity

'I'd like to see a divorce in the case of politics versus state education'

Jeremy Forrest denies abducting the schoolgirl

Jeremy Forrest trial: Suicide fear made maths teacher go to France with schoolgirl, court told

30-year-old accused of abducting 15-year-old schoolgirl to France

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 82, is filing for a divorce from his 44-year-old wife, Wendi

Rupert Murdoch and Wendi Deng hire his’n’hers legal teams

Speculation over ‘jaw-dropping’ cause of split sends Twitter into overdrive

Money alert: Divorcing? don’t hide assets

There was good news for divorcing wives this week after the Supreme Court ruled that husbands could not hide assets in companies.

The chairman and CEO of News Corporation Rupert Murdoch is to divorce his wife Wendi Deng Murdoch, the company confirmed today.

Rupert Murdoch's media empire thrown into doubt as he announces divorce from Wendi Deng

US filing by News Corp boss, 82, said 14-year marriage had broken down 'irretrievably'

Victory for Nigerian oil tycoon Michael Prest's wife as 'cheats' charter' overturned in landmark Supreme Court divorce case

Millionaires will not be able to use their businesses to shield their wealth from their spouses

Cyndi Lauper, 'Memphis Blues'

Page 3 Profile: Cyndi Lauper, singer

Girls just want to have fun?

Yasmin Prest, who will get a final answer from the courts this week

A fair split, or a 'charter for cheats'? Supreme Court to rule in landmark divorce case

Terri Judd reports on a mega-rich divorce case with far-reaching repercussians for UK courts

Vladimir Putin with Lyudmila at the ballet on Thursday
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A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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Twenty years ago, Belle & Sebastian was a fey indie band from Glasgow. It still is – except today, as prime mover Stuart Murdoch admits, it has a global cult following, from Hollywood to South Korea
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