The favourite was pulled up by jockey Barry Geraghty after the seventh on his comeback
For many going to church is an act of life-risking bravery, he tells Christmas worshippers
Christians are under pressure to be “silent about their faith” and display “increasing timidity” about admitting they have a faith at work, according to Lord Carey.
Photo features the Prince of Wales looking a tad confused by it all
Politics simmer as body of former president returns to birthplace
Madiba's party said farewell in the country's capital
The hacking trial at the Old Bailey has heard how the Queen was “narked” that police were, she believed, eating snacks left out for her by Buckingham Palace staff.
The former Pussycat Doll apparently met with the late South African president’s daughters at the Mandarin Hotel in London, where they are said to have discussed the potential appearance
Few will want to miss being seen mourning one of the twentieth century’s greatest figures
Sandown's loss could be Ascot's gain after Nicky Henderson was forced to rule Sprinter Sacre out of the BetVictor Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown on Saturday.
The wreckage of the helicopter was removed from the site this morning as investigators said the pilot put out no mayday calls before the crash
The singer has said that 'a responsibility from everyone' is needed for change
Britain's working classes need to be encouraged to raise their aspirations and be made to think they can “get all the way to the top”, David Cameron has said.
They take all the profit and accept none of the risk, says heir to the throne in editorial for Country Life magazine
Poirot has solved his last case and Morse is no more. Now ITV hopes that a crime-fighting clergyman, inspired by the former Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie, will solve a detective-shaped hole in its prime-time schedules.
Most locals knew someone who worked there. Ian Burrell recalls growing up close to the dockyard