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Kanye West and Drake will also play Wireless

Don McCullin, pictured in front of one of his powerful war pictures, says he wishes he had spent more of his life taking photographs closer to home

‘Forget foreign conflicts, chronicle Britain’ says war photographer Don McCullin

Celebrated war photographer urges next generation to record UK’s ‘social wars’

Guidlines on dealing with burkas in court stress that justice must be the paramount concern

Judge refuses to allow defendant to plead while wearing burka

A judge has refused to allow a Muslim woman to enter a plea in court until she removed her burka, claiming he could not confirm the woman’s identity without seeing her face.

Overheated commuters suffer delays in London as temperatures continue to soar

Rail and Tube travellers suffered rush-hour delays today on another scorchingly hot morning.

Having a giraffe: George Osborne

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Chancellor George Osborne’s accent in Tuesday’s speech about welfare was roundly derided for its mockney burr.

In good shape: Pure Gym plans 30 new sites

Pure Gym is to more than double its number of outlets in London this year, as the low-cost gym operator seeks to raise funds to drive its rapid expansion across the UK. 

Former Smiths singer, Morrisey (right) has revealed his admiration for UKIP leader Nigel Farage (left)

Morrissey: I nearly voted for Ukip. I like Nigel Farage a great deal

The Smiths frontman's latest outburst is not quite as bad as the time he lambasted the 'blustering jingoism' of the Olympics; or when he called the Chinese a 'subspecies'

Man cleared of Boxing Day Oxford Street teen's murder

A man wept today after being cleared of murdering a teenager who was stabbed in the middle of Britain's busiest shopping street during the Boxing Day sales.

Abu Hamza's wife asked to leave council house

Radical cleric Abu Hamza's wife has been asked by her local authority to move out of the five-bedroom council house she lives in.

Protesters supporting the terror suspects clash with police at the court yesterday

Failure of last appeal paves way for Abu Hamza’s removal

Five men accused of terrorism charges – including the hook handed preacher Abu Hamza and the controversially detained suspects Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan – lost their last minute appeal to stop their imminent extradition to the United States today.

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Finsbury Park, London, to Sandy, Bedfordshire. Local delicacy: The Bedfordshire Clanger

My hunt for Great British grub: Will Dean goes in search of the country's local delicacies

In towns and cities across Britain, diners queue up for their very own local delicacies, from the parmo to the Bedfordshire Clanger. Will Dean took to the road to get a taste of them.

Ivan Putrov, curator of Men in Motion at Sadler's Wells

A great leap forward for male dancers

The venerated ballerina had better watch her step – a new programme at Sadler's Wells shows that men could be about to steal the limelight for good

Thorgerson says: 'To my shame, I was initially more interested in her chest than her portfolio'

How We Met: Jill Furmanovsky & Storm Thorgerson

'To my shame, I was initially more interested in her chest than her portfolio'

Man arrested in mosque murder probe

A man is in custody on suspicion of murder after an imam was killed at a mosque after taking morning prayers.

MP's tribute to blind imam found dead

Police were appealing for witnesses last night as they investigated the killing of a blind imam inside a London mosque shortly after he had taken morning prayers.

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