Creators rumoured to have written the dog into the Christmas episode
Critics claim new plans from countryside campaigners will bring hunting in 'through the back door'
London Fire Brigade has revealed some of the strangest requests their control room has received recently
Evans’ four penalties prove to be in vain as Harlequins are outmuscled in cross-capital derby
The licence fee is the best way to finance the BBC - but the high number of cases taken to court shows our criminal justice system is grossly inefficient
The Archbishop of Canterbury has turned down an invitation to be a patron of the RSPCA.
A pensioner became a prisoner in her own home for four days following a terrifying spate of seagull attacks.
Farming minister David Heath has vowed not to be intimidated by opponents of the badger cull after revealing he has received death threats for his part in the controversial scheme.
Eve Best made her first appearance at Shakespeare's Globe as Lady Macbeth some twelve years ago in a studiedly abstract, black-tie production that won few fans.
The victory of 8-1 shot Tominator in the Northumberland Plate, by a short-head after a steely-nerved ride from Graham Lee, neatly ticked some statistical boxes.
Fifty years on from Liz Taylor's troubled turn as Cleopatra, Geoffrey Macnab reflects on the Egyptian queen's poisonous history with Hollywood film-makers
Boris Johnson has confessed that he came close to committing a gross injustice that would have involved innocent creatures being blasted to death at gunpoint – and all over an anonymous cat. The Mayor of London was speaking at a debate hosted by the radio station LBC, for whom he will host a new phone-in starting on 2 July.
A small, brown rodent that is a staple source of food for a range of iconic species – from the barn owl to the Arctic fox – has undergone a dramatic and perplexing change in the way it breeds, scientist have found.
Google has acknowledged that it violated people’s privacy by "snooping" on personal data via wi-fi during its Street View mapping project.
The animals that share our cities are finding ways to prosper from urban living that would leave their country cousins baffled
Carl Woese was a biophysicist and microbiologist who uncovered the "third domain" of life, with the detection of archaea. In doing so he redrew the taxonomic tree and proved that all life on Earth is related.