Passengers on cross-Channel journeys endured the worst of the travel disruption today caused by the continuing mid-March cold snap.
Locals told to switch off the data roaming option on their phones to avoid costly charges
Plus: Who, in the name of Jaws 2, is this Diane James?
Met Office predicting "more heavy rain and strong to gale force winds" in many parts of the UK overnight on Saturday into Sunday
The man who pays his way
During an interview for Swimming Times magazine in 2003, Willy van Rysel announced matter-of-factly: "I came to Britain in 1948 and was pursued by the paparazzi every day." The paparazzi? Sensing my scepticism, she produced the evidence – a sheaf of press pictures including one showing a gaggle of photographers snapping the would-be Channel swimmer as she left her hotel at Dover.
Runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest is expected back in the UK today after going on the run with his 15-year-old pupil Megan Stammers.
European arrest warrant is issued for maths teacher and 15-year-old as focus shifts to Spain
The father of a married teacher urged his son and his teenage pupil Megan Stammers to “please, please get in contact” as a week passed since they fled to the Continent.
Fashion: Mighty swoosh - Nike meets APC
Les Bleus were caught short by an impressive England and paid the price for some conservative tactics, writes Hugh Godwin
Storms leave two dead and wreak havoc across country – with similar forecast for tonight
An international manhunt was under way for a lodger yesterday after a woman and her mother were found dead at the house where he lived.
While I was taught from an early age to show proper respect to the confused and the elderly, the sight of a beaming Rupert Murdoch proudly clad in his shorts this week made me think more Mr Burns from The Simpsons than all-powerful head of a morally bankrupt media empire.
You can while away the hours absorbed in the Channel views at this splendid house on the cliffs outside Dover. Kate Simon did