British 18-year-old does not drink and rarely goes out but the sacrifice has delivered French success and a SW19 invitation
Jury dismisses Jeremy Forrest’s claim he took 15-year-old girl to France to keep her safe
An evening spent inhabiting Harold Pinter’s tensely disconcerting world is never going to be a sunlit stroll through the daisies.
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Teacher and 15-year-old Megan Stammers are tracked down by French police in Bordeaux
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.
A celebrity fitness trainer sent her girlfriend a text message reading “my heart is broken; my spirit is broken” before leaping to her death from Beachy Head.
The glory days of Pan’s People will be revisited when Top of the Pops is resurrected as a live stage show featuring a new troupe of dancers who will interpret golden oldies.
Success has come comparatively late for Elena Baltacha and, at the age of 27, the British No 1 yesterday won the biggest domestic title of her career. Baltacha's 7-5, 6-3 victory over the Czech Republic's Petra Cetkovska in the final of the Aegon Challenge at Nottingham clinched her second International Tennis Federation tournament, following success in Michigan last year.
Infant mortality spirals at 14 NHS trusts as Government fails to keep its pledge on midwife shortages
England fans Down Under were celebrating the Ashes victory in the streets today after a month of "Pom-baiting" from locals.
As Britain struggles to cope with the big freeze, David Randall says this is nothing
Eric Ravilious's love of Sussex produced some forceful art, says Tom Lubbock, and a magnetic view of the countryside
Mission had been accomplished in the afternoon, when Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski secured a match-winning lead over Turkey with victory in the doubles, but there were no late-night celebrations for Britain's Davis Cup team in Eastbourne on Saturday.
Shore signs of a fish out of water
Perhaps yesterday may turn out to be not just the nadir, but the turning point. Admittedly Anne Keothavong, in squandering a 4-0 lead in the deciding set against Anastasia Rodionova, seemed to reiterate a lack of fortitude and depth in British tennis.