Diddy bought his 16-year-old son a £250,000 limousine for becoming an Honours student.
The Conservatives outspent all the other parties combined on this year's general election, figures released by the Electoral Commission reveal.
US-style proms are taking over Britain's primary schools
Singer-songwriter Ed Harcourt breaks a six-year silence to tell Elisa Bray about a new album that draws on unusual instruments purchased on the internet and the contrasting lessons of failure and new fatherhood
'Ugly as sin': the verdict on modified Cadillac capable of withstanding bomb blasts
1940s homeware is back in fashion. And it'll last forever, says fanatical collector Johnny Vercoutre
Jörg Haider's corpse was sent for a second post-mortem in Italy today after the Austrian far-right leader's widow voiced fears that that his death in a high speed car crash in early October might not have been an accident.
Conservative Austria was in a state of shock today after the male successor to Jörg Haider admitted to having a longstanding “special relationship” with the far right leader who died dramatically in a high speed car crash earlier this month.
They're ubiquitous on Britain's streets – and many may be running illegally. But as a crackdown looms, legitimate operators fear they'll be driven out of business. By Jerome Taylor and Nigel Morris
The husband of Nisha Patel-Nasri – the special police constable who was murdered outside her north London home in May 2006 – was yesterday found guilty of organising her death so he could pay off debts and continue his affair with a Lithuanian prostitute.
Ousted Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra made an emotional return from exile today, swearing to stay out of politics despite a widespread belief he will run the country from behind the scenes.
Peugeot has a reputation for making unreliable cars that nobody (except the French) would drive. And, says Michael Booth, it's well deserved