News Gabor Vona delivers a speech during a demonstration of the nationalist party in Budapest. Campaign groups want to see Home Secretary Theresa May enforce a ban on Mr Vona entering the UK.

Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

Canoe sprint: Canada's Adam van Koeverde looking for elusive gold ahead of Team GB's Tim Brabants

Canada's Adam van Koeverden insisted he had put the disappointment of Beijing behind him as he looked odds on to take gold ahead of defending champion Tim Brabants in the kayak sprint.

Louis Smith tries his second-level routine in North Greenwich

Smith plays safe but falls just short

"Four years of work and all I have to show for it is 50 seconds on the pommel horse," Louis Smith said a few weeks ago. In the end it came down to even finer margins – a 10th of a point being the difference between winning the first gold medal ever by a British male gymnast, and the silver which he took. He took it well, showing off the easy, magnetic personality with which he has attracted a following to British gymnastics. Smith's score tied with the winner, Krisztian Berki, but the Hungarian took gold for a fractionally higher execution score.

Louis Smith tries his second-level routine in North Greenwich

Gymnastics: Team GB's Louis Smith comes fraction short after playing safe

Gymnast claims silver on pommel horse, with fellow Briton Whitlock taking bronze medal

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The cook, her grief, her life and her lover

Yesterday’s match between Great Britain and Russia

Water fight! Tom Peck gets his first taste of water polo

Forget boxing – London 2012's most violent discipline is staged in the pool

Fencing: Champion Aldo Montano falls amid surprises

The last two winners of the gold medal in the men's individual sabre failed to make it into tonight's semi-finals at the ExCeL - and so did the current world top three.

How to Watch the Olympics, by David Goldblatt and Johnny Acton

Yes, yes, I know it's started, but there's still an awful long way to go, for the TV commentators as well as couch-surfers.

Researchers reveal the real austerity Olympics: The political refugee games of 1948

It was the real austerity Olympics. Whilst the rest of the world's top athletes were asked to bring their own towels and handed out Horlicks tablets by the authorities in London 1948, the spirit of the Games was being enacted in even more Spartan surroundings than the bombed out British capital.

Attila Ban, pictured, has been found guilty of killing Alice Adams and Tibor Vass

He killed them at a sex party – and then hid inside the bed

Hotel worker murdered colleagues before writing Facebook message from his hiding place

Liam Vernon: The risks for the labour traffickers are still too low

The Connors case is an unusual one because most of the victims are British nationals. Labour exploitation and trafficking is a complex crime and the true scale of it is largely hidden. What we do know is that the UK Human Trafficking Centre saw a 35 per cent increase in the number of potential trafficking victims from 2010 to 2011.

Album: Lutoslawski/Bartók, Musique Funèbre – Dennis Russell Davies (ECM)

Witold Lutoslawski's memorial to Béla Bartók opens a programme infused with nostalgia.

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Aston Villa target Sheffield United's right-back Matthew Lowton

Sheffield United's promising right-back Matthew Lowton has emerged as a potential target for new Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert, Press Association Sport understands.

Album: Lang Lang, The Very Best of Lang Lang (Deutsche Grammophon)

Lang Lang's Diamond Jubilee Concert performance confirmed him as the new Liberace of classical piano, unafraid of the grand gestures to match his striking outfits.

Girl talk: (from left) Johanna Konta, Anne Keothavong and Elena Baltacha bake with Fed Cup coach Judy Murray

Meet the Hungaro-Aussie Brit...

Johanna Konta has three passports, a world ranking of 217 – and a wild card into Wimbledon

Nik Wallenda nears the Canadian side of Niagara Falls by tightrope, attracting 100,000 spectators

Nik Wallenda's Niagara tightrope triumph

Nik, a seventh-generation member of the daredevil and circus legends, the Flying Wallendas, became the first to walk a tightrope over the full 1,800 feet of the gorge, fulfilling a life's ambition and boosting tourism

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