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Footballing greats replace each of the 367 station names, but the real names unfortunately won't be changing anytime soon

Lord Sugar turns a £50m profit on West End block

The Apprentice star Lord Sugar has sold a Mayfair office block for almost £50 million more than he bought it for just five years ago.

Lost in space: Mark Wallinger’s labyrinths for Tube stations at Oxford Circus

Charles Darwent on Mark Wallinger: Underground artist leads travellers astray

Mark Wallinger's new commission, 'Labyrinth', aims to subvert London Underground's iconography and disorient the viewer

Disruption at Oxford Circus Tube as plaster falls from ceiling

Services at one of London's busiest Tube stations were affected during the morning rush-hour after plaster fell from a ceiling.

BBC signs off at Bush House

The BBC Director General Mark Thompson signed off the final broadcast from Bush House yesterday, praising it as an "enduring beacon of truth and objectivity".

Kettling doesn't breach human rights, say European judges

“Kettling" tactics used by the Metropolitan Police to contain crowds during anti-globalisation protests in 2001 did not breach human rights, European judges have ruled.

Video: Topshop presents a fashion film

Topshop's film celebrates 10 years of working with NEWGEN and collaborating with emerging British talent. 

 

English Heritage awards 16 London Underground stations Grade II-listed status

Chris Beanland asks the experts why these stops are worthy of underground preservation

Some food for thought from inside Fortnum & Mason

View from the sit-in

Police seek "petrol-bomb" protester and release images

Police hunting those responsible for violence and criminal damage during student protests released images today of a man throwing a petrol bomb.

Royal couple's shock as students attack their car

The Prince of Wales and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, reacted with shock as their car was attacked by rampaging students during last night's tuition fees protest in London.

Shop till you're dropped... Moss reaches sell-by date

For three years she was Sir Philip Green's darling. But the model's new Topshop collection is also her last

Crossing 'countdown' is tested in London

Stop, look, listen, leg it. Normally, few pedestrians would risk dashing across a busy road in front of a queue of waiting traffic, with the lights threatening to change at any moment. But yesterday, they took their chances as the country's first countdown tickers – which indicate how long remains before the green man turns red – were unveiled.

John Rentoul: The gap between words and utility

This is, word for word, the announcement at Oxford Circus Tube station this morning.

My Week: Gitu Wa Kahengeri

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A timely reminder of the bloody anniversary we all forgot

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Why 2014 was a year of technological let-downs

Security breaches and overhyped start-ups dominated a year in which very little changed (save the size of your phone)
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Will revolutionary Cuba take 'bourgeois' golf to its heart?

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Parting view of Ofcom chief. . . we hate jokes on the disabled

Bad language once got TV viewers irate, inciting calls to broadcasting switchboards. But now there is a worse offender, says retiring head of the media watchdog, Ed Richards
War with Isis: The West needs more than a White Knight

The West needs more than a White Knight

Despite billions spent on weapons, the US has not been able to counter Isis's gruesome tactics, says Patrick Cockburn
Return to Helmand: Private Davey Graham recalls the day he was shot by the Taliban

'The day I was shot by the Taliban'

Private Davey Graham was shot five times during an ambush in 2007 - it was the first, controversial photograph to show the dangers our soldiers faced in Helmand province
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Revealed: the best and worst airlines for delays

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The stories that defined 2014: From the Scottish independence referendum to the Ice Bucket Challenge, our writers voice their opinions

The stories that defined 2014

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Stoke-on-Trent becomes first British city to be classified as 'disaster resilient' by the United Nations

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Finally, a diet that works

Californian pastor's wildly popular Daniel Plan has seen his congregation greatly reduced
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