Arts and Entertainment David Beckham will have a cameo role in the Only Fools and Horses reunion sketch on Sport Relief in March

The footballer will join Del Boy and Rodney for their first reunion in a decade

Zennstrom and Peckham stay at front in trophy hunt

A clutch of regular winners swept aside the early bleak conditions on the second day of Skandia Cowes Week to add more victories yesterday to those of the opening day on Saturday. A clutch of regular winners swept aside the early bleak conditions for the second day of Skandia Cowes Week to add victories again yesterday to the opening day on Saturday.

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Fourth suspect held over student murders

Police arrested a fourth man last night in connection with the murders of two French students in a bedsit in London. Daniel Sonnex, 23, was arrested in Peckham, in south-east London. Police had earlier issued an urgent appeal for information about his whereabouts.

Youth killings: this is London

So far, 18 teenagers have been murdered in the capital this year. Now, though, the city's youngsters are uniting against the violence. Ben Kinsella and Shakilus Townsend are the latest to die, but the dignified defiance of their families and friends is an inspiration. Cole Moreton on their determination to deliver good from evil

Fatal stabbing victim 'recently miscarried twins'

A woman who was stabbed to death outside a supermarket recently lost twins in a miscarriage, neighbours said today.

Children of the revolution: The battle for equal rights for gay and lesbian parents goes on

When Grace Goodbean and Netty Redish noticed that one of the girls they were fostering never brought friends home from school, they decided to ask her whether it was because she was embarrassed that they were lesbians. "We were wondering," they asked her, "if you might not be inviting people home because of us." "Oh no," she said. "Everyone knows I'm fostered!"

Schoolboy's killers must serve at least 30 years

Two gunmen who murdered an innocent schoolboy while he slept in his bed were jailed for life today with a minimum term of 30 years each. His killers mistook him for his drug-dealing older brother.

Gunmen guilty of murdering teenager

Two gunmen were found guilty today of murdering an innocent 15-year-old boy after mistaking him for his brother.

The three musketeers revive the dying art of the deal

Just the word 'deal' seems a throwback now, let alone buying an engineer. Martin Baker meets the men behind the Melrose investment vehicle

Three stabbed in fight near kebab shop visited by Home Secretary

Three men have been stabbed outside a kebab shop that the Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, used as proof she is not afraid to walk the streets of London.

Tales of the city: literary map of London

As part of its campaign to 'Get London Reading', Booktrust is paying homage to the capital's inspiring locations. By Arifa Akbar

How The Metros are making a big noise in Peckham

The south London band tell Chris Mugan why their home area is so important to them

Market Report: Broker report puts Berkeley on a Swiss roll

Housebuilders have had a tough year and many were sleighed again yesterday but a report from UBS provided some festive cheer for Berkeley Group.

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