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

John Whitworth: Celebrated countertenor

The countertenor John Whitworth was second only to Alfred Deller in prominence during the countertenor revival that took place in the late 1940s and 1950s. Based in London as an alto lay-vicar in the Westminster Abbey choir, he was conveniently on hand for concerts, recitals, broadcasts and recordings, not only as a singer but also as a choir director

Rochus Misch: An obituary continued

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Witches: A Tale of Sorcery, Scandal and Seduction, by Tracy Borman. Jonathan Cape, £20

Witch-hunts were about politics and property as much  as heresy. But can we hear the victims?

St. Paul's religious text re-discovered in Law Society's library

Imagine the late fine! Back at last, the holy book that someone 'borrowed' from St Paul's Cathedral library in the 1800s

The Missal of Sarum, that went missing from St Paul’s Cathedral, has now been found

Billy Bob Thornton stars in Parkland

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Parkland is the name of the Dallas Hospital to which President John F Kennedy was rushed after he was shot by Lee Harvey Oswald on November 22nd 1963. “It’s a shitty place to die,” we hear one character murmur in Peter Landesman’s new ensemble drama, produced by Tom Hanks and set in Dallas at the time of Kennedy’s assassination.

The Weekend’s Viewing: Simon Schama’s story was as much an investigation into identity as it was the beginning of a difficult history

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Pompeii has been trampled by millions of tourists

Now German scientists are having to bail out crumbling Pompeii

Pompeii has been trampled by millions of tourists

Alou Diarra in action against Cheltenham

West Ham midfielder Alou Diarra to miss entire season with knee injury

Injury was picked up in Capital One Cup tie

Sandycombe Lodge, the Twickenham Villa of J M W Turner RA, engraved by W B Cooke c1814, with later colouring

JMW Turner's country retreat to undergo £2m restoration

Sandycombe Lodge in Twickenham is set to re-open in 2017

Archaeologists hope to extract 'somebody terribly important' from Lincoln Castle sarcophagus

The team found a number of skeletons near remains of a previously undiscovered church

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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.

Cecilia Giménez's changes to the fresco in Borja inspired online artists to imitate her

Monkey business? Pensioner behind botched Christ fresco raises £43,000 for charity as her artwork becomes major tourist attraction

The 19th Century piece by Elias Garcia Martinez was re-Christened "Ecco Mono" (Behold the Monkey) after Cecilia Gimenez's unsolicited 'restoration' last year

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