MoD deems that disused Brompton Road Tube station is no longer an operational necessity
By most standards, Adrian Leftwich's life was brimming with achievement. He established a public reputation as a leading British academic and author – and a private reputation as a single father of two children who adored him. In earlier years in Cape Town, he was a national student leader and a founder member of the underground anti-apartheid movement. But it was six dire months in 1964 that defined his image.
Islamists had for a while been uploading video footage on the internet of prisoners being beheaded by their captors. It was most prevalent in Iraq and has spread to other parts of the world where ferocious jihad was being waged.
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State sees Todd Rundgren deliver his customary laconic commentaries on a world gone mad from behind a wall of rock, techno and dubstep riffs.
Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito are to face a retrial over the death of British student Meredith Kercher.
If Monday’s Commons debate was post-Leveson showdown lite, today’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee hearing was the real thing. We had Max Mosley, who famously won a 2008 court action against the (late) News of the World after it turned over his private life. And we had at least three Tory MPs who could barely contain their fury at Hacked Off’s starring role in the Ed Miliband-hosted talks which secured the cross-party regulation deal with David Cameron.
A father accused of starting the fire in which his six children died said he had sex and smoked cannabis to blot out the horror of the blaze.
First it was Dr Dre, then 50 Cent...musicians continue trend for branded ear devices
Read some of the best continuity blunders from MIB3, Skyfall and The Dark Knight Rises
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The "insecure" Taylor Swift triumphed at the MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs), picking up three gongs.
A traumatised population has suffered long enough. Countries who have influence in Syria should be doing much more to deliver desperately needed humanitarian aid
Ruling will decide if Britain is right to expect deportees to protect themselves by dissembling
Internet boom leaves Communist Party chiefs fearing they are losing the information war
British troops have been banned from transferring suspected Taliban prisoners over to the Afghan authorities because of claims of torture by local forces, it was revealed yesterday.