Vehicle reportedly 'badly damaged' after collision
Polo-loving friend of royals furious after ‘warning shot’ over a £125,000 painting found in his jet
The Prince of Wales said he was concerned by the use of antibiotics in commercial farming
Heir to the throne's letters have been branded 'self-serving attempts to influence policy'
Papers detailing discussions between Prince Charles and former transport minister will remain under wraps despite previous ruling that it would be 'in public interest' to release them
Alex Johnson presents his round-up of this week's property news, including nosy neighbours and tricking burglars
The prince visited the Iranian city of Bam in October 2004 after an earthquake devastated the area, nut this was in his capacity as president of the British Red Cross
What does a resurgence of 'authentic' cinema say about our relationship with film, asks Charlie Lyne
Title of Duke of Cornwall excludes the prince from punishment from a number of laws including the Data Protection Act and the Wildlife and Countryside Act
Some of our news nuggets from 2015 advance the sum total of human knowledge - but not too many, you'll be pleased to hear
The jury heard he bought ingredients to make the poison cyanide over the internet and said he wanted a 'silent rifle' to shoot the Prince of Wales
If you care about saving the planet, what is the best diet? For years, smug vegans and vegetarians have asserted that they are the environmental warriors doing their bit to combat climate change.
Kids Company had come to dominate Alan’s life, and now it’s cost him a lucrative job
Prince Charles has been demanding that broadcasters sign up to 15 pages of strict pre-conditions for interviews
The Independent has revealed that the Prince lays down an absurdly draconian set of demands upon media organisations
Behind the soft-focus image you see on television lies a ruthless machine that demands control of every aspect of interviews