Pressure mounts on Huhne as wife's driving license details published

Pressure on Cabinet minister Chris Huhne intensified today with the publication of details of his former wife's driving licence.

Huhne 'will tell police he can't remember who drove his car'

'It might have been me,' he will say as claim of second alleged speeding points swap emerges

Lord Hanningfield 'on plane at time of expenses claim'

A Tory peer accused of fiddling his House of Lords expenses was on a plane to India when he claimed for overnight accommodation in London, a court heard today.

Two dead in M11 coach crash

Two people have been killed and several others injured in a crash between a lorry and a coach.

Katy Guest: What next for the Camerons – Primark?

When Sam and Dave chose a no-frills flight, it was good value for all

Philip Hensher: When a trip to Spain is a piece of theatre

When Peter the Great visited Holland and then England in the late 1690s, it was ostensibly to study the latest shipbuilding techniques. He deliberately avoided the usual trappings of emperors, making a point of living among ordinary people and working as a carpenter.

BAA told to sell Stansted as watchdog stands by call

BAA should press ahead with the sale of London's Stansted airport, the Competition Commission said yesterday, provisionally concluding that there had been no change in circumstances since it first called for the disposal two years ago.

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Tips and deals of the week: 13/02/2011

The flight

Ryanair is to introduce direct flights from London Stansted and Liverpool to Rhodes in April, its first foray into Greece, £37.99 each way.

Go to ryanair.com

Man remanded over plane bomb threat

A man pleaded guilty today to making a bomb hoax threat on a passenger airliner which was diverted under a fighter jet escort.

'Disruptive' passenger arrested after flight diverted

A passenger airliner was diverted under a fighter jet escort today after a man began making threats on board.

BAA earnings set to fly higher

The airports operator BAA raised its full year earnings forecast yesterday on the back of higher passenger numbers at Heathrow. The company, owned by Spain's Ferrovial, said it now expected adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation to exceed the recent forecast of £972m, with recent strength expected to continue in 2011.

First subsidised electric cars announced

The Government today announced the first nine electric cars for which drivers will be eligible for a 25% Whitehall-paid grant.

DJ Taylor: The new establishment is very different – ask Dani Filth and The Fall

The Archbishop of Canterbury takes on the Government, a pensioner takes a delivery driver hostage, and leather-clad goblins are now seen as 'icons'

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