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Someone’s about to make a Splash!

Penny Mordaunt MP speaks at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, 2013

Tory MP Penny Mordaunt under fire after signing up to reality TV show Splash!

The MP for Portsmouth said she would donate her participation fee to charity

A view from the top of the new staircase in the Rotunda

A new twist on an old favourite as transformed Tate Britain reopens

After a £45m transformation, the gallery is back to its best with stripped-back features and a  front door opening on to the Thames once more

Two e-fit images believed by detectives to be of the same man seen in Praia da Luz at the time of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance

Madeleine McCann search: Man pictured in two police e-fits 'was seen carrying child' on night Madeleine disappeared

More details emerge about the man police want to question ahead of tonight’s special episode of Crimewatch

Madeleine McCann: The girl was three when she was abducted during a family holiday in 2007

Madeleine McCann case: Police identify 41 people of interest after combing phone records from Praia da Luz in 2007

Authorities are trawling through phone records of tourists and residents who were in a Portuguese resort at the time of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the Metropolitan Police have announced.

Police find €60,000 stashed in mansion of former IRA hunger striker Tom McFeely

Another €60,000 (£50,435) has been discovered stashed in the former home of one-time IRA hunger striker-turned-property tycoon.

Mark Duggan inquest hears evidence of whether gun was 'planted' by police

Site visit for jurors and evidence from key witness will address crucial issue of where the weapon came from

Frank Field: The former Welfare minister said the 'tax' was the most vicious since the poll tax

Tenants may beat ‘bedroom tax’ with new bathrooms

Hundreds of people who could fall victim to the “bedroom tax” are to benefit from new plans to convert spare bedrooms into bathrooms.

Ibrahim Boubacar Keita wins first election held in Mali since 2013 coup

Ibrahim Boubacar Keita won Mali’s presidential runoff with 78 per cent of the vote, the government has said, giving him a strong mandate to seek peace with northern separatists and for sweeping reforms to the army after a military coup.

Book review: TransAtlantic, By Colum McCann

Irish-American history lays its hand upon the present in a novel of journeys and returns

The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England - William Tyndale

Last night's viewing: The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England, BBC2

David Walliams: Snapshot in Time, ITV

Oscar Pistorius at his bail hearing in February

Oscar Pistorius murder trial: Documentary set to undermine evidence on row on night Reeva Steenkamp was killed

Barristers will pick over the evidence against the athlete accused of murdering Reeva Steenkamp

Jonathan Slinger (Hamlet)

Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford Upon Avon

David Farr's new take on Hamlet takes place in what looks like the fencing gym of a run-down public school.

Bart Simpson faces Mr Burns in court - but this is real-life Warwick, not Springfield

Judge Mr Recorder Burns gives company director Barton Simpson community order for attempting to board flight with antique hand gun

B&Q's sales are really under the weather

Kingfisher's DIY chain B&Q has followed rival Wickes in reporting a slump in UK sales after January's heavy snowfall.

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