Party officials act after Mr Silvester gave radio interview saying he ‘prays gay people will be healed’
River levels continue to rise despite dry weather
Labour minister claims Environment Secretary has failed to protect UK's defences against storms
Conventional racing wisdom has it that speed, rather than an abundance of stamina, is the most important attribute in a potential King George VI Chase winner, hence the proliferation of specialists over shorter distances than three miles lining up at Kempton on Boxing Day.
Houses been swept into the sea over night as the biggest tidal surge in 60 years hit the east coast. The Environment Agency has urged people to remain vigilant as the high tides continue through the night
We navigate our way through art's treacherous waters with difficulty. Good art books are useful aids to navigation. In How to Read an Impressionist Painting (Thames & Hudson, £24.95) James H Rubin guides us, key painting by key painting, through the subject matter of Impressionism, embedding each work in the social, political and intellectual circumstances from which it emerged.
Thames Water has announced a 19 per cent increase in pre-tax profit to £132.4 million for the first half-year.
Consortium Testrad say the design could be built within seven years
As Wembley prepares to host the Auld Enemy once again with a friendly for the FA's anniversary, it is time Patrick Barclay put the record straight
Politicians have been accused of sparking an “open season on ethnic minorities” after the Government issued new guidelines to tackle illegal traveller sites.
Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been charged with being drunk and disorderly and two counts of common assault in connection with an incident at Stevenage railway station, Hertfordshire, on 4 July, British Transport Police have confirmed.
Woman had fallen asleep while listening to music with her headphones on and was awoken by the attack
RAC data finds 800 more people would be killed or seriously injured each year without cameras
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One option would pass through undeveloped land that is designated as Green Belt
'Look at what happened in Japan. The problem we have got is a lack of confidence'