The duo met on their first day at the drama school East 15, in Essex
Grace Dent has found herself staring in confusion at the possibilities for last-minute sunny breaks
A new online-only show promises to bring us a "heightened" version of university life, the good and the bad - about time too
From Shirley Barrett's Rush Oh! to Oscar de Muriel's Fever of the Blood...
Simon Usborne presents a handy guide to monarchical mitts, from princely pointing to the royal wave
The school's headteacher said the pupils thought it was 'fantastic' that a pirate skeleton could have been found under their school
Cut-price alternatives for Britain's seven busiest airports
'Just as France is famous for vine and cheese. Australia is famous for its drunks and racists. I’m sorry I need to reject this request'
Liverpool has finished first of a list compiled by the UK’s largest job site CV-library with jobs growth of 45 per cent in 2015
Police were reportedly photographed moving bags of evidence from Mr Leslie's home
The controversial app will launch at 4pm on Friday
Karen Wright meets the artist at his studio in a new low-rise building in Homerton, east London
Conservation groups warn the plan for Tian Tian and Yuang Guang is a short-term solution
Created by four-person collective, Document Scotland comprises projects that each focus in detail upon an aspect of Scots life or culture
The mass burial in Cramond, believed to be the oldest occupied village in Scotland, was uncovered in 1975
Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, says he is 'incredibly proud' to see London perform well, proving the capital 'continues to be the global leader in education'