Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is to be honoured by St Andrews University next month
Ruler of the World and Trading Leather, the English and Irish Derby winners, were conspicuous by their absence at today’s entry stage for the St Leger, connections opting instead to go the Irish Champion Stakes route and a drop back in distance. However, a profusion of prospective late-bloomers stood their ground for the Doncaster classic, including no fewer than 12 from Aidan O’Brien’s powerful stable.
MPs say that £150m ringfenced for school sport would be spent within two years
The young want to work - but huge numbers of them do not believe they ever have a chance of getting a job, according to a new survey.
The opportunities are huge, but so are the risks. The most important role Government can play is investing in digital infrastructure and getting businesses on board
England opener's ambition to top the order in Ashes series is under real threat after his failure at Lord's and the impact of team-mate Root
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Tim Walker looks at the postgraduate whose work caught out two of the biggest names in economics
Doctor Who is to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a three-day event expected to draw thousands of fans - and an array of stars and talent from the series.
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Star Trek fans made history on Saturday by breaking the record for the largest gathering of people dressed as characters from the TV series at the "Destination Star Trek London" convention.
Two Star Trek fans have married at the UK’s first official convention. Tom Peck beamed down
A Team GB taekwondo competitor who claimed victory instead of world number one Aaron Cook has said he received hate mail while preparing for the Olympics.
Victors enter spotlight as faces of two very different sports
Katie Taylor had the raucous support of thousands on both sides of the Irish Sea
Whatever happens Nicola Adams has already made history.