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A man with a bloodied knife flees moments after a reveller is stabbed at the Notting Hill Carnival.

The Wonder, By Diana Evans

In the follow-up to her acclaimed debut novel, 26a, dancer turned writer, Diana Evans calculates the cost of the artistic life on a London family. Orphaned siblings, Denise and Lucas, share a moored narrow boat on the Grand Union Canal.

Cameron's Big Society grows by one

It was one job that Nick Clegg could not deputise for. In one of the more surprising interruptions to a family holiday, David Cameron was at his wife's side in a Cornish hospital last night after she gave birth to the couple's fourth child yesterday.

The Camerons: Off duty but still firmly on message

There's no such thing as a holiday when you're the Prime Minister. Nick Clegg may be manning the dispatch box in London, but Dave and Sam are very much on duty as they pose for pictures at Daymer Beach in Cornwall.

British singer falls to his death at Belgian pop music festival

Frontman for Ou Est Le Swimming Pool climbed radio mast after earlier crowd-surfing accident

Man remanded on 1994 girlfriend murder charge

A 40-year-old Portuguese man accused of murdering his girlfriend 16 years ago today appeared via videolink at the Old Bailey to deny the charge.

Looking to buy, or just snooping around?

Selling your home by open house is more popular then ever. But some critics say it only attracts time wasters. Oliver Bennett drops in on a viewing

Prime Minister moves in – to No 11

Everybody remembers the day they moved into a new house, and how they had to make do on the first night, because the bed linen had not been unpacked and the previous occupants had taken all the curtains. But it was probably not quite like that for David and Samantha Cameron and their two young children yesterday.

Camerons moving into No 10

David Cameron and his family will move into 10 Downing Street today, more than two weeks after he became Prime Minister, he has revealed.

No deal with Cameron after the election, say Lib Dem voters

Party's supporters favour an alliance with Labour in any hung parliament

Liam Frost, Notting Hill Tabernacle, London

Bright outlook for the rain man

No Greater Love

Ten years in preparation, this thoughtful documentary examines the life of a closed order of Carmelite nuns at the Most Holy Trinity monastery, in Notting Hill, London.

Matthew Norman: You'd have thought Cameron had learned from Blair's past

The message is that leadership by tiny clique, besides poor, is wildly unpopular

The schoolchildren who found a way into Michelle Obama's heart

White House opens its doors to 10 Islington pupils as personal guests of the First Lady
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