Family of Maisha, who was 10 at the time, say they hope ‘lessons will have been learned’ from horrific case
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Tuesday 24 December 2013
The representative worked with some of the comedy circuit’s best known stars, including Lee Evans, Jo Brand, Alan Carr and Jack Dee
Sunday 22 December 2013
Robbie Williams keeps One Direction off the top spot in the albums chart
Monday 11 November 2013
These one-of-a-kind gowns fit for a fairy tale are sure to go for a princely sum
Wednesday 21 August 2013
Progress in cardiac care creates the first generation to enjoy high survival rates
Britons show Victorian attitudes to epilepsy as children who suffer from the condition are accused of being 'possessed'
Tuesday 21 May 2013
One in five children who suffer with epilepsy has been accused of being “possessed” after having a seizure, according to shocking new research.
The thieves who stole Christmas at Great Ormond St: Presents destined for sick children stolen from Great Ormond Street Hospital
Tuesday 18 December 2012
Long-standing donor replaces children’s gifts taken from world-famous hospital
Wednesday 14 November 2012
Zoom: Through the Eyes of Formula 1, is first ever book of photographs taken by the stars of a sport.
Sunday 04 November 2012
David Cameron will tomorrow arrive in the United Arab Emirates on a mission to sell Britain's expertise in producing everything from bombs to hospitals.
Wednesday 31 October 2012
The two-year-old daughter of one of the country’s richest men has died after becoming tangled in a blind cord. Alexandra Lucy Hoegh was found in her cot by her mother Dana, who witnesses said ran out into the street screaming for help.
Wednesday 17 October 2012
From waiting times, to medication errors, to surgical outcomes; NHS decisions are made on the basis of data. It's vital that data is correct.
Wednesday 17 October 2012
Investigation launched after health figures reveal huge disparities across country
Saturday 28 July 2012
With a cast starring the Queen and 007, an anarchic spectacular answers Beijing's challenge – in style
Monday 11 June 2012
Saturday 12 May 2012
Stasiland, Anna Funder's 2004 Samuel Johnson prize-winner, was a collection of accounts of life in the former East Germany as related by both victims and perpetrators of the regime. It was a powerful work that explored what it was about the German psyche that made so many of its citizens such natural informers. By personalising history, Funder also made people responsible for it.
Monday 19 March 2012
A key milestone in the struggle to reshape the National Health Service is reached today as two NHS organisations square up in court over the future of children's heart surgery in London.
If I’m being racially abused I don’t need a stranger with a saviour complex to rescue me
The only black face in the Ukip manifesto is on the page about overseas aid
Ukip is the only main political party to not address LGBT rights in its manifesto
Food banks: One million Britons will soon be using them, according to Trussell Trust
Religion isn't growing, it is becoming vigorous in its demise, says philosopher AC Grayling
BBC election debate: The one photo that summed up the whole 90-minute leaders debate
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