The man who pays his way
Like this page on Facebook for updates
Thursday 04 October 2012
The Government will later this month announce details of a controversial national identity scheme which will allow people to use their mobile phones and social media profiles as official identification documents for accessing public services.
Sunday 30 September 2012
Maths teacher detained in Bordeaux but is co-operating with police over extradition
Monday 13 August 2012
Prime Minister David Cameron has intervened personally to help a 12-year-old boy who wrote him a letter last year pleading for help after his family allegedly took and kept him in Qatar under false pretences, Downing Street confirmed today.
Tuesday 07 August 2012
Great Britain's Shara Proctor made swift work of qualifying for the final of the long jump at the Olympic Stadium tonight.
Wednesday 25 July 2012
Tomorrow’s one-day strike by immigration staff on the eve of the Olympics has been called off following last-minute talks with the Home Office, the Public and Commercial Services union announced today.
Thursday 19 July 2012
An increased number of Britons needed consular assistance abroad last year.
Wednesday 18 July 2012
Thousands of staff at the Home Office, including airport immigration workers, have voted to go on strike over jobs, pay and other issues, raising the threat of industrial action hitting the Olympics.
Monday 16 July 2012
Bosses banked on extra 10,000 passengers today but real number could be much lower
Friday 13 July 2012
A father was jailed for at least 26 years today for killing a man for asking if his crying daughter was all right.
Thursday 12 July 2012
Well-connected Oleg Deripaska denies he owes Michael Cherney £730m stake in Rusal
Wednesday 11 July 2012
Claims of discrimination over Green's plan for a two-tier system to end delays at Heathrow
Saturday 07 July 2012
Saturday 07 July 2012
In 1975 Ian McEwan was famous at our school because his short story collection, First Love, Last Rites, was sensationally banned by our doddering headmistress, Miss Gems. After examining a stray copy, Miss Gems set about a full-scale censorship to protect us from what she declared was a shocking, dirty book. Copies were confiscated, detentions issued to those of us who admitted to having read it. We found it hilarious. As a result of the ban everyone saved up to buy a copy.
Friday 29 June 2012
A Metropolitan police constable involved in physically restraining a man who died soon after in custody has been accused at an inquest of telling “a pack of lies” after photographic evidence confirmed he held the detainee's face down for far longer than he claimed.
Tuesday 26 June 2012
Life on Marsden
Climate change: 2015 will be the hottest year on record 'by a mile', experts say
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches, it's time to act
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don’t change Europe’s attitude to refugees, what will?
If you're not already angry about the refugee crisis, here's a history lesson to remind you why you really should be
Theresa May says migrants should be banned from entering the UK unless they have jobs lined up
- 1 Moscow voted the world's unfriendliest city
- 2 The excuses your boss is most likely to believe when you call in sick
- 3 I'm pansexual – here are the five biggest misconceptions about my sexuality
- 4 More than 11,000 Icelanders offer to house Syrian refugees to help European crisis