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Seven extremely rare photographs of Churchill have been restored and rescued from a barn in Cirencester

Two lads partake in boozy banter

Internet searches: Mapping Britain’s capitals of top banter

If you’re looking for a flat share in a “lovely house”, where key features include “mucking in”, “movie nights” and “banter”, (or just want to avoid them) then you’re in luck.

Top sports agent with links to Premier League star Ashley Cole and rapper Jay Z was cleared of murder

A top sports agent with links to Premier League star Ashley Cole and rapper Jay Z was cleared at the Old Bailey today of murdering an 18-year-old man in a “revenge” attack over a stolen BlackBerry phone.

Ever since the transport authorities in Madrid began selling sponsorship rights to their subway system, London Underground has gone a bit LOL-tastic

Craig Alexander: NHS boss on £250,000 a year fired after colleague discovered he had been jailed for armed robbery

Craig Alexander lied to land a job as an NHS executive earning a quarter of a million a year

London councillor Brian Coleman admits assaulting female café owner who photographed him breaking parking rules

A controversy-prone former Tory councillor has pleaded guilty to assaulting a member of the public after she tried to film him breaking parking rules.

Radical Islamic preacher Abu Qatada arrested over 'bail breach' days ahead of deportation hearing

Radical preacher Abu Qatada has been arrested for allegedly breaching his bail conditions, days ahead of the Government's latest deportation bid in court.

Young robbers jailed for shop raid in which they shot at members of the public

Two teenage robbers who raided a jewellery store and then shot at members of the public as they gave chase have been jailed.

Police in Barnet, north London, said there have been two separate cases where men who took crack cocaine died suddenly

Warnings over 'contaminated crack cocaine' as two users die

Warnings have been issued after two sudden deaths that may be linked to contaminated crack cocaine.

Saracens go for 'artificial' Ulster clash

Saracens are in discussion with Barnet Council over the possibility of staging their Heineken Cup quarter-final against Ulster at their new Allianz Park home.

Girl and mother injured in Cricklewood shooting

An 11-year-old girl and her mother were injured when a gunman opened fire at a house, Scotland Yard said.

IoS album review: Tulisa, The Female Boss (Island)

The public image of Tulisa Contostavlos has taken a battering over the past year, her positive approval ratings diminished by factors both beyond her control (the leaked sex tape), and very much within it (the tacky tattoo she flashed to pimp her perfume on The X Factor).

Stephen Kelman: He creates a tragic story that’s full of life and energy

Ios paperback review: Pigeon English, By Stephen Kelman

Setting the patois among the pigeons

Undated handout photo issued by the Metropolitan Police of Detective Constable Adele Cashman, 30, a response team officer based at Kentish Town police station, who collapsed and died yesterday whilst chasing a phone thief

Detective collapses and dies while chasing phone thieves

Britain's top policeman tonight paid tribute to one of his officers who collapsed and died while chasing two phone thieves.

Would life be better as a toothbrush?

Sitting on my friend's sofa, drinking wine a couple of weeks ago. "Don't you sometimes wish," said my friend, her dog's head nestled happily on her knees as she gently frotted her stuffed rabbit (the dog, not my friend), "that you could just be a nice person's dog? That you didn't have to worry about being the nice person, but you could just rely on them being there to look after you? And not worry about them judging you if wanted to frot your teddy in public?"

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