Sport Arsene Wenger looks on from the Arsenal bench

Wenger has confirmed though that any moves are far from complete with the 11pm Friday deadline approaching

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Woman fights for life after fireball in basement garage of prestigious London apartments

A woman was today fighting for her life after being engulfed by a fireball as she attempted to escape a burning car in the garage of a block of flats in London.

About 60 firefighters tackled the blaze

Singer Duffy flees as blaze rips through £12m Kensington penthouse, but makes sure pets are safe

The pop star Duffy fled a fire that destroyed a luxury penthouse flat in London last night.

Singer Duffy's £12m Kensington penthouse destroyed in fire

The pop star Duffy fled a fire that destroyed a luxury penthouse flat in London last night.

About 60 firefighters tackled the blaze
Fulham manager Martin Jol

Bobby Zamora claims 'vast majority' of Fulham players don't get on with Martin Jol

Bobby Zamora has claimed “the vast majority” of Fulham's squad do not get on with Martin Jol, suggesting that was partly behind the exodus of players from the club.

Observations' One To Watch: Laura Dos Santos
Actress, 32

She just shared a quick scene with Kenneth Branagh in Wallander as the killer’s wife.

Wall Street hits a four-year high amid hopes central banks will boost economies

Shares on Wall Street jumped to their highest level in four years yesterday, as hopes that central banks around the world would soon take action to stimulate their economies continued to propel US stock markets upwards.

Book publisher says sorry to Andrew Gilligan

Journalist Andrew Gilligan accepted a High Court apology from publisher Faber and Faber today over passages in a biography of former London mayor Ken Livingstone that suggested that he had been sacked by the Evening Standard newspaper.

Tony Blair with Evgeny Lebedev, proprieter of the Evening Standard and The Independent, with Standard editor Sarah Sands yesterday

Tony Blair says he is interested in another term as PM

Tony Blair said yesterday he would like another stint as Prime Minister, although he accepts it is very unlikely to happen.

Tony Blair

Tony Blair says he would be prepared to become Prime Minister again

In an interview with the Evening Standard marking the fifth anniversary of his resignation, the former Prime Minister also discussed his relationship with Gordon Brown.

Diary: 'I want supreme power': Boris Johnson opens up on ambitions

Boris Johnson can get away with things that could finish off a less entertaining politician, as he has shown many times. There is his inconsistency, for instance. If you took some of his public statements at face value, you would assume that to be Mayor of London is the pinnacle of his life's ambition. What else could he have meant when he told The Sun last January: "I really don't see how I can run for Parliament in 2015. Let's kill this. I'm ruling myself out."

Will Self and family flee collapsing house as roof caves in

Writer Will Self is lucky to be alive after the roof of his house collapsed while he was inside.

The penthouse at The Shard (right) will be the highest home in Europe

Live the high life: the penthouse apartment with the best view in town

A vast £50m penthouse as large a seven-bedroom house has been planned for the top of the Shard, Europe's tallest skyscraper, it has been reported.

Taxi driver's Madeleine McCann 'sighting' ignored

A taxi driver who believes he picked up Madeleine McCann the night after she vanished has claimed that Portuguese police ignored his report.

Boris four points clear of Ken in London mayoral race with three days to go

Conservative candidate and current Mayor of London Boris Johnson increased his lead over Labour's Ken Livingstone to four points as the campaign for City Hall entered its final week.

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Gallipoli centenary: At dawn, the young remember the young who perished in one of the First World War's bloodiest battles

At dawn, the young remember the young

A century ago, soldiers of the Empire – many no more than boys – spilt on to Gallipoli’s beaches. On this 100th Anzac Day, there are personal, poetic tributes to their sacrifice
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