Life and Style A study by UK Active has found that Manchester is Britain's laziest town

Manchester is the laziest place in Britain while Wokingham is the most active, according to a new study.

More than 45,000 people became property millionaires in 2012

Total number in Britain now over the 300,000 mark

David Moyes

FA Cup can continue Everton momentum says David Moyes

The Toffees play League Two Cheltenham tonight

Ba has never missed a training session through injury at Newcastle

Demba Ba could be followed to Chelsea by Taison, Micah Richards and Radamel Falcao

Senegalese striker set to play in FA Cup – if knee problem does not scupper deal

Walberswick home-owners include Richard Curtis and his wife, Emma Freud, and the film director Paul Greengrass

They're fighting on the beaches in Walberswick (aka 'Notting Hill on Sea')

Council at war in coastal retreat favoured by the rich and famous

Peter Andre devastated at brother's death

Pop star Peter Andre is in mourning after his brother lost his fight with kidney cancer.

Language and poverty is no barrier to achieving excellence

Named after a crusader against slavery in 19th century North Carolina who used his rudimentary education to emancipate and teach his own children, the Thomas Jones primary school isn't short of historical inspiration for its pupils.

Apple v Google - which map is streets ahead?

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PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle recognised 'point of principle'

Gillingham should have acted like Chelsea, says PFA

McCammon complaint ought to have been tackled in same way as Mikel/Clattenburg case

CCTV captures the shocking moment an innocent London commuter is choked with a scarf in an unprovoked attack

37-year-old victim left 'highly traumatised' by random attack that saw him pass out while being choked

Luke Blackall: It's the return of wood panelling, but wood panelling with a sense of fun

I had been planning to eat healthily. You see, I am getting married in two weeks and while I am not concerned that I'll block the aisle with my girth, I also think it's a good day to try to look one's best.

Children wait up to 3 years to be adopted

Children in England are left in care for nearly 21 months on average before being adopted, figures show.

The best of British

Tonight's fashion awards bring to a close an exciting year for style. Look at who will have their fingers crossed later

18 arrested in raids targeting gang suspected of bringing Iranian asylum seekers to UK

Seven people have been arrested in raids targeting a gang suspected of taking cash to help Iranian asylum seekers get into Britain.

Mankind must go green or die, says Prince Charles

Environmental damage left unchecked would be ‘suicide on a grand scale’, Prince warns

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