For Those In Peril

Cannes Film Festival 2013: British filmmaker Paul Wright makes waves with directorial debut For Those in Peril

British talent is thin on the ground at this year’s Cannes festival, but one first-time feature film director, from a small village in Scotland, has been making waves.

Pick & mix: The joy of great meals sprung from the garden

From viola flowers in the salad to gnocchi made from potatoes sown by the light of the moon...

Whiting with orange and dill

Whiting with orange and dill

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Maurice Leigh and Neil Bowdery arriving at Maidstone Crown Court

Police officers stand trial after paranoid schizophrenic dies in handcuffs

Officers only realised Colin Holt had choked on his own vomit when they went to lift him up

Villa park: Vilacampina’s Moorish-style exterior

B&B and Beyond: Vilacampina, Portugal

This Moorish-style guesthouse is a sophisticated base for exploring the region's natural delights, says Katie Monk

'One Pound Fish Man' set to enter the slippery business of Pakistan electoral politics

Muhammad Shahid Nazir, famous for his catchy ode to cut-price fish, is to compose an election song for the country's main opposition party - the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PMLN) of Nawaz Sharif

Child’s play: Luxury hotels are making big efforts to attract families

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The Ocellated Ice Fish is found at depths of up to 3,300 feet in the freezing Antarctic Ocean

Japanese aquarium shows off mysterious fish with clear blood

The deep blue sea is home to many a strange creature - giant squids, fish that look like blobs, and jellyfish that look like UFOs - but now we can add transparent-blooded fish to that list of strange-but-true animals.

Consumers are being cheated 7% of the time when they buy white fish, a study has found

Cheaper fish being passed off as cod and haddock

Consumers are being routinely cheated when they buy cod and haddock, a study has found.

Eating oily fish 'can extend life'

Eating oily fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids can add years to your life, a study has shown.

A fishmonger weighs a squid at the farmers market in Quezon City, in the Philippines

Chinese fishmonger discovers live bomb inside a squid

Police were surprised it hadn't already detonated

Gills’ Leon Legge wins a header

Gillingham 1 Accrington Stanley 0 match report: Matt Fish breathes life into Gills to stretch lead

Gillingham's League Two promotion charge stays on course, but Accrington's survival is in doubt

Tom Croft passes the ball at Pennyhill Park yesterday

Lewis Moody: England must put aside thoughts of Wales and focus on Six Nations job against Italy

Moody Views: Courtney Lawes was not suited to No 6. The long-term solution lies in Tom Croft

Anthony Hilton: SFO is in a hole but it just goes on digging

There is surely something flawed in the decision by the Serious Fraud Office to hire Slaughter & May, the most expensive solicitors in London, to lead its defence against the action for wrongful arrest and damages brought by property tycoon Robert Tchenguiz.

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