Clare Wood was strangled and set on fire by George Appleton who then killed himself

Clare’s Law: To be rolled out nationwide allowing women access to a partner’s violent past

The policy, named after Clare Wood, means women can obtain any history of violence partner may have from police

The Aussie Angle on the Ashes 2013-14: Exceptional Clarke has silenced his critics at last

If the mark of a true champion is their capacity to perform at their very best under the most intense scrutiny and pressure, then Michael Clarke belongs in the ranks of the truly exceptional.

George Zimmerman, the man who shot dead Trayvon Martin, 'pointed gun at his girlfriend'

30-year-old faces at least three years in jail if convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon

George Zimmerman in a booking photo after being arrested in connection with a 'domestic disturbance'

George Zimmerman charged over pointing gun at his girlfriend and assault

George Zimmerman, who shot dead unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin sparking a nationwide debate in the US about race and self-defence, has been accused of pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend, police said last night.

Ronald Phillips Ohio execution delayed by judge after organ donation request

Convicted killer wants to donate a kidney to his mother and a heart to his sister

Jordan Stephens (right, with Harley Alexander-Sule) 'struggles' with modern hip-hop

Rizzle Kicks star Jordan Stephens attacks 'misogynistic' and 'homophobic' rap music

The 21-year-old took issue with Kanye West song Clique, but has he forgotten about his own hit single Mama Do The Hump?

Man convicted of supplying Mark Duggan with gun blames Met for London 2011 riots

The man convicted of supplying Mark Duggan with a gun denied giving the 29-year-old the weapon on the day of his death and blamed the Met police for the subsequent 2011 London riots, a court heard on Tuesday.

Teens arrested in Morocco after picture of kiss is posted on Facebook

A teenage boy and girl living in Morocco have been arrested after posting a picture on a social networking site of themselves kissing.

Johnny Greaves takes some of the punishment that added up to 96 defeats in 100 fights

Bunce on Boxing: Journeyman Johnny Greaves bows out with a win – after losing 96 ‘easy’ fights

“I kept on fighting to put food on the table, to provide for my family”

The Parrots, By Filippo Bologna. Pushkin Press, £14.99

Every week another literary shortlist is announced, a judging panel revealed, a couple of longlists named, with a juicily controversial omission or a tediously predictable inclusion. But if The Parrots is to be believed, none is more significant than The Prize, the loftiest of all literary accolades, for which there are just three men in contention. They are The Beginner, The Writer and The Master. And for each of these men, the outcome really, really matters. In the Italian writer Filippo Bologna's smart new novel, we watch the three finalists in the countdown to the big announcement.

Lucy Kirkwood's much-lauded comedy NSFW was performed at the Royal Court last autumn

Polly Stenham and Lucy Kirkwood graduate to television

The much-lauded young female playwrights are turning to TV

The script is genuinely funny in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V

Review: Beautiful storyline, perfect mechanics - GTA V is the grandest game yet

It is also still eye-poppingly violent, but you will really want to play it

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Body found in Australia bushland is 'missing British man Gary Tweddle'

Gary Tweddle has not been seen since he disappeared after a work dinner seven weeks ago

Review: Ballistics, By DW Wilson

Mountain macho-fest misses target

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