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Green socialite gambles on a blue victory

Multi-millionaire environmentalist Zac Goldsmith is fighting to snatch Richmond Park from Liberal Susan Kramer. Janet Street-Porter on a contest where the political is getting personal

Tate to exhibit photographer whose pioneering work inspired 'The Matrix'

He was a 19th-century pioneer in the emerging art of photography whose images have since inspired a host of artists, including classical composers, film directors and the rock band U2.

Nick Clegg's wife Miriam Gonzalez Durantez breaks elbow in fall

The wife of Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg fractured her elbow after tripping while shopping at the weekend, party sources said today.

Jury selection begins in De Graff heist trial

Jury selection began today in the case of nine men accused of taking part in Britain's biggest jewellery robbery.

Bedroom Farce, Duke of York's Theatre, London

As this comedy shows, Alan Ayckbourn realised in 1977 that the legacy of the Seventies was not just sex but solipsism.

Record low rise in council tax bills

Council tax bills in England will rise by an average 1.8% in 2010/11, it was announced today.

Cannabis smuggling gang facing jail

Members of Britain's largest skunk cannabis smuggling ring carried holdalls stuffed with hundreds of thousands of pounds in cash to launder at a foreign exchange, a court heard today.

Drugs gang made so much money it was rotting away

Fat bundles of banknotes were left in a forgotten underground safe because of the runaway success of Britain's largest skunk cannabis smugglers.

£62m cannabis-smuggling gang facing jail

A gang believed to be Britain's most prolific importers of skunk cannabis were facing jail today.

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The new regime at the revamped Crucible gets off to a flying start with scorchingly relevant Ibsen

Lives Remembered: John Ormiston

John Ormiston, who died on 9 January aged 93, led a life embracing local politics in Richmond and Kingston, service in the Second World War, which saw him evacuated with the BEF from Dunkirk and rise to the rank of major, and some 50 years working for the family wire-making business.

Canterbury's Roman Museum could fall victim to the credit crunch

Canterbury City Council is the latest local authority set to close museums as part of cost-cutting measures. It is wielding the budget axe and has decided that saving the city’s Christmas lights is more important than keeping the Roman Museum open to the public.

Rampaging Roberts gives Quins smack in the eye

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Mystery of the disappearing Thames eels

98 per cent drop in river's population in the past five years

Eels disappearing from Thames

Eel populations in the River Thames have crashed by 98 per cent in just five years, scientists warned today.

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