News London Mayor Boris Johnson is to face a High Court probe over allegations he banned an advert to boost his election campaign.

The Chritsian group The Core Issues Trust has accused Boris Johnson of banning the advert for political gain

Sixth Form students react as they open their A-level results

Clearing checklist: 10 things to prepare

It seems a cruel thing to release A-level results so late as August: the waiting and the unease can be awful.

Chris Bryant delivering his speech following controversy about it on Sunday

Chris Bryant on immigration, employment and his trial by media: My day in the Thick of It

Even without the Tesco and Next controversy it was going to be busy. Chris Bryant takes us through his day in the public eye

Photography book review: Love and War, By Dewi Lewis Publishing

Love and War chronicles Guillaume Simoneau's on-off relationship with Caroline Annandale.

Questions of Cash: Qatar Airways flight mix-up wiped the smile off my face

Q. I have a problem with Qatar Airways. I booked and paid for a business class flight from Luxor to Doha, flying on 9 March, paying with my Barclays debit card. On 9 March I was advised by ground crew at Luxor airport that there was no business class cabin on the flight. I was given the options of flying business class the next day, flying economy class and receiving a free business class flight from Luxor to Doha for a later date, or flying economy class and getting a refund of the difference between two fares, plus $150 (£98) compensation.

Some watch, some don't, as the AAM Cowes Week competitors race along the beach to the finish line.

'Can't wait!!' Real life David Brent signs off redundancies email with details of his holiday plans

The manager at Wigan Council also told several hundred reeling employees about his weekend at a 'punk rock festival in Blackpool'

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reportedly used a Lavabit account to tell human rights campaigners about the Moscow airport press conference last month

Secure email service 'used by Edward Snowden' shuts down in protest against snooping

Lavabit founder and CEO says no one should trust their private data to a US internet service provider

Shoppers in Richmond can now pay using their phones

PayPal launches phone payment app using customer's face

The system in being piloted in Richmond

Watch what you type: Loughborough considers monitoring student emails

Loughborough university is looking at the possibility of implementing software that would take data from students’ attendance, email contact with staff and meetings.

Look before you ‘like’: Using smartphones on the move can seriously damage your health

Phubbing can be phatal: Staying glued to your smartphone in public isn't just rude, it can also get you killed

It turns out that staying glued to your smartphone in public isn't just rude, it can also get you killed. For the first time in decades, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported a rise in the number of American pedestrians killed in traffic accidents – from 4,109 in 2009 to 4,432 in 2011 – and the nation's Secretary of Transportation has attributed that rise to what he called "distracted walking".

Market Street in Omagh after the bombing in 1998, for which no one has been convicted

Revealed: Warning signs that could have stopped the Omagh bombing

Emails from FBI agent said to show that services had detailed picture of Real IRA before attack

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Ocado co-founder sells £3.3m shares

Is an open relationship the antidote to cheating?

I’d always worried that perhaps I was a terrible person to find fidelity such a compromise to my natural instincts

NSA director heckled by hackers at Black Hat computer security conference

General Keith Alexander makes public appearance in Las Vegas in wake of whistle-blower Edward Snowden's revelations

Anthony Weiner with his communications director Barbara Morgan in New York last week

Anthony Weiner's election bid faces another set back after adviser Barbara Morgan attacks former intern

Anthony Weiner’s bid to be New York mayor has faced another major setback, after his Communication Director Barbara Morgan let rip at an intern after she penned a comment piece on the campaign.

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