Régis Roinsard (111 mins)
An appeal by the National Veterans’ Association and backed by ‘The Independent’ is starting to bear fruit
It could be the unusual weather, disease, or both, but something is laying waste to Gallic fisheries
Froome's lead is now over three minutes
“Anglia Square Not Leicester Square” is the slogan of a campaign trying to encourage producers to hold the premiere of the Alan Partridge film Alpha Papa in Norwich.
John Lichfield hears some of thinning ranks of D-Day soldiers remember stories that could be lost forever
Some of thinning ranks of D-Day soldiers remember stories that could be lost forever
Gordon Hornsby, 89, from North Shields, North Tyneside, was a Driver Mechanic with 203 Field Ambulance Unit, Royal Army Service Corps. He came ashore at Gold Beach on D-Day, and drove a series of ambulances all the way from Normandy to the Netherlands, where he was himself wounded in the Battle of Arnhem
Mr Hornsby drove a series of ambulances from Normandy to the Netherlands
'When I get together with other veterans, it all seems unreal to us now'
Without the offensive in Normandy, Hitler would have been able to better resist the Red Army
The pivotal battle is about to pass over the horizon of living memory
Local historians say it's the site of the curtain-raiser to Hastings in 1066. The council wants to build hundreds of houses on it
US industrialist Maurice Taylor sparks storm by insulting staff, refuses to save ailing tyre factory
Chris Corbin and Jeremy King are on a roll. In the past 10 months, they've opened three major restaurants in central London. The Delaunay flung its doors wide in the Aldwych in early December; its black marble pillars, station clock and calorific cake trolley shouted Vienna in its heyday.
A much-loved British watercolourist paved the way with his daring, continental tendencies