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A report by children's charity the NSPCC revealed the extent of Savile's offending over several decades

A weaver creates a tapestry of Vladimir Putin at a factory near St Petersburg yesterday

We will see greater democracy in Russia, Putin tells protesters

Vladimir Putin has acknowledged the growing discontent among middle-class Russians and promised to make the country more democratic.

Germans jailed for terror offences

Two Germans have been jailed for being in possession of al-Qa'ida bomb-making propaganda when they arrived at Dover.

Daniel Radcliffe championed Nick Clegg before the General Election but is now praising Ed Miliband

Daniel Radcliffe now thinks Miliband has the magic touch

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe thinks the magic has worn off for Nick Clegg.

Compulsively watchable: Annemarie Kremer, as Norma, seems not so much to act or sing the role as to live it

Norma, Grand Theatre, Leeds
Wagner Dream, Barbican Hall, London

Bellini's best-known opera enjoys high drama and distinguished singing

Errors & Omissions: If you're looking for a scapegoat, make sure you are in the right place

In a time when nobody is ever held personally responsible for anything, and all we have to do after any disaster is "make sure that the lessons are learnt", the word "scapegoat" has undergone a change.

The DPP's full statement on Huhne

The Crown Prosecution Service explained how it arrived at the decision to bring charges against Chris Huhne and his former wife Vicky Pryce in a statement today.

David Miliband now earns significant sums working for a US energy company and Sunderland Football Club

Mary Dejevsky: A Miliband who still can't accept defeat

Let's hope, for his sake, that the Labour leader, Ed Miliband, is of an equable disposition, because in his place I would be hiring a posse of recidivist gang-members and sending them out on to the placid streets of Primrose Hill with a warning to big brother to "put up or shut up". Miliband D, as he came to be known during the long drawn-out contest for Labour leader, has been turning up recently in all sorts of places – not just the ones he is now being paid rather tidy sums to visit – and contributing, as he might see it, to the national conversation.

A Postcard from Angela Carter, By Susannah Clapp

Angela Carter liked to make an entrance. Susannah Clapp, now a drama critic, first saw her when she herself was working in a makeshift office in 1979-80, helping to launch the London Review of Books. She hoped to coax Carter into contributing. Carter strode in, wrapped in a big coat, her face free of make-up: "the first woman I knew," Clapp says, "who went grey without looking like a granny."

Bird numbers plummet around stricken Fukushima plant

Researchers working around Japan's disabled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant say bird populations there have begun to dwindle, in what may be a chilling harbinger of the impact of radioactive fallout on local life.

M.I.A.

Hell hath no fury like an ego scorned

The NME editor has made a grovelling apology for her campaign against singer Ed Sheeran. Nadia Khomami looks at spats between popsters and the press

Lucy Rose, Barfly, London

There is a rare sense of occasion in Camden tonight, a feeling that momentum has got right behind this quietly determined artist from deepest Warwickshire.

Elizabeth Olsen, younger sister to twins Ashley and Mary-Kate

Sister act part three

Her siblings have done more than enough for the family profile, but Elizabeth Olsen might just eclipse them both. By Gill Pringle

'Whatever the technology, real-time locating systems are all about triangulation'

The new, new location thing

Does GPS technology need replacing? Mark Piesing looks at the contenders hoping to plot a fresh navigational path

Police probe Times email hacking claim

Police are investigating allegations of email hacking at The Times.

(L-R) Mohammed Chowdhury, Shah Rahman, Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah

Terror gang plotted to blow up the Stock Exchange and Mayor's home

Muslim fanatics were recorded discussing a 'Mumbai-style' atrocity across London

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Author Kazuo Ishiguro on being inspired by shoot-outs and samurai

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Money, corruption and drugs

The monk who fears Buddhism in Thailand is a ‘poisoned fruit’
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Kelly Clarkson: How I snubbed Simon Cowell and become a Grammy-winning superstar

Kelly Clarkson: How I snubbed Simon Cowell and become a Grammy-winning superstar

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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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The battle for Mosul will unleash 'a million refugees'

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