News Shrien Dewani is accused of killing his bride Anni on their honeymoon in South Africa

Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.

Letter from Ian Brady may have been his latest mind game

Letter from Ian Brady telling the whereabouts of final Moors murder victim's grave 'may never have existed'

A letter detailing the resting place of the final untraced victim of the Moors murderers may have never existed and was just the latest mind game played by Ian Brady, police said today.

Job applicants with schizophrenia facing ‘discrimination’

Tens of thousands of people with schizophrenia are being denied the chance to work because of “severe discrimination”, a report has found.

Edicts from Whitehall are not enough

The report highlights shocking failures in patient care at Stafford Hospital. The central question now is whether Robert Francis’s diagnosis of the causes of these failures and his recommendations will prevent anything like this happening again.

Paul Gascoigne has suffered a long battle with alcoholism

PFA's Gordon Taylor vows to help Paul Gascoigne beat demons

Former England midfielder is struggling with his battle against alcohol

Man about town: Weinstein has three of this year’s big contenders at the BAFTAs

It's going to be a busy week - but will they have the same effect as My Left Foot?

Mental hospitals 'treat patients like prisoners'

Mental hospitals are effectively becoming prisons for people suffering from schizophrenia and other severe disorders, the head of an NHS watchdog has warned.

Our risk averse mental health system is wasting money and harming recovery

Some people need to be detained, but they shouldn't be held for months longer than necessary

Teen survives nine weeks in Australian Outback with no shelter and little food or water during record heatwave

Matthew Allen weighed just six stone, was covered in leeches and mosquito bites and was left partially blind after setting off on an apparent test of his survival skills

Tevez was handed a six-month driving ban for three offences

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez cops it for not knowing that 'constabulary' means 'police'

Argentina international banned from driving for six months

Doing nothing on US gun laws is no longer an option

Behind President Obama’s proposals, there looms a big question: in a nation of 80 million gun owners and roughly 300 million guns, will these changes make any difference?

Michael Johnson was once the subject of a £10m bid by Liverpool

Michael Johnson reveals mental health problems which contributed to end of Manchester City career

Manchester City revealed yesterday that the midfielder had been released

This full disclosure of Eliot’s writing life is invaluable

IoS book review: The Letters of TS Eliot Volume 4: 1928-1929, ed Valeria Eliot and John Haffenden

The fourth volume of T S Eliot's correspondence reveals an influential and newly self-confident figure, with deepened religious conviction

Black Dog Strangler Phillip Westwater captured after breakout

A convicted killer who escaped from a treatment centre was found last night after he was recognised by a member of the public.

Black Dog Strangler Phillip Westwater escapes from secure hospital

A convicted killer dubbed the Black Dog Strangler has escaped from a secure hospital, police said tonight.

PHOTOS: Children's bedrooms around the world

The premise of James Mollison's photo book Where Children Sleep was a simple one: Not every child around the world has their own bedroom - or even close.

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