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Jon Snow on sex: ‘It comes into every evaluation of a woman'

The veteran Channel 4 host let readers in on the inner workings of his mind – and it’s not as laundered as one might have thought

Missing Megan Roberts: Fears for York student grow as police focus hunt on river

The father of Claudia Lawrence, the university chef who went missing in York in 2009, expresses concern

Saltwater crocodiles can weigh up to a ton

Boy attacked by crocodile feared dead as 'human remains' are found

A search team looking for a 12-year-old boy who was snatched by a crocodile have reportedly discovered human remains near the waterhole where he was swimming in Australia.

Wave goodbye: Francois Hollande and Valerie Trierweiler have officially separated

End of the affair as François Hollande vows to live the single life for the rest of his Élysée term after separation from Valérie Trierweiler

President François Hollande, the man who never married, is a bachelor again.

Aidan Burley claimed that he left the dinner immediately after a guest had proposed a toast to the Third Reich

Calls to reopen inquiry into Tory MP Aidan Burley's Nazi-themed stag party

The Conservative Party is facing calls to reopen its inquiry into a Nazi-themed stag party attended by Aidan Burley.

Teenager takes over controls of plane after pilot collapses during flight over rural Australia

The single-engine Cessna 150 was only 10 minutes into a flight from the town of Forbes yesterday afternoon when the pilot lost consciousness

The novel cure: Urban ennui

Literary prescriptions for modern ailments

Why graduates need to be cautious when dealing with recruitment agencies

The immoral use of fake online job ads by some agencies luring graduates into handing over their CVs is becoming more common

Tallulah Wilson, 15, was found dead on the tracks at St Pancras station in London

Without question, the Internet can be a toxic place for young people. But withdrawing access to it isn't the right answer

Teenagers today live their lives online as much as offline

Snapchat launched in July 2011

Six free apps no student should live without

These six apps are all free and easy to download onto your laptop, ipad, and smartphone. These apps are perfect for students whether you are looking for something to pass the time or something convenient to fit around your needs and activities.

Nicky Morgan, MP for Loughborough

Conservative Party must explain what it 'actually stands for,' says rising star

Treasury Minister Nicky Morgan also said the party should use the word 'aspiration' much more

West Bromwich Albion's Irish defender Steven Reid falls to the ground as he challenges Everton's Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku

Everton distance themselves after Romelu Lukaku appears to defend Nicolas Anelka 'quenelle' gesture

The on-loan Chelsea striker appeared to suggest the furore had been blown out of proportion in a video on Everton's website

Blair meeting with troops in Basra, Iraq in 2003

Poll: Do you think the barman who tried to arrest Tony Blair for war crimes was justified?

A barman in a hip east London restaurant tried to arrest former prime minister Tony Blair on Friday night, saying he was performing the arrest over the decision to launch "an unprovoked war" against Iraq in 2003.

Alastair Cook looks on during the defeat in Sydney on Sunday

Alastair Cook the right man to lead England, insists old friend Ravi Bopara

Cook has said he will consider his future in light of the disastrous tour of Australia

Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard will not face any further action over allegations of sexual harassment against female activists

A close friend of mine was involved in an encounter with Lord Rennard. Now I feel I ought to speak out

The House of Lords is now pulling rank to protect this man

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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