'I didn't die, but if someone else had done it they might have done. I got lucky.'
George Stinney was 14 when executed for a crime his family says he didn’t commit. A retrial may clear his name
A Facebook campaign to get the classic 80s track ‘It’s Raining Men’ to the top of the charts has been deluged with support following a Ukip councillor claiming the legalisation of same-sex marriage was to blame for the recent floods.
Party officials act after Mr Silvester gave radio interview saying he ‘prays gay people will be healed’
Coalition forges ahead with licences
Ruling out all Thames Estuary options at this stage would have fuelled that political battle rather than allowing the Airports Commission diligently to evaluate each of the three short-listed options
The Thames Path combines history with nature as it forges towards the capital from Hampton Court Palace
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
American painter James Whilster's Thames depictions are considered ahead of a new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery
Latest blaze compounds safety fears over craft after two similar incidents earlier this year
Over 700 seals have been counted in the Thames Estuary after the first ever count by land, air and sea.
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
The man who pays his way
The 489 passengers above the Sirena Seaways ferry were left stranded for three hours as rescue officials worked to safely re-dock it.
Speeding drivers kill or seriously injure twice as many people a year as drug misuse - but the right refuses to face the problem
RAC data finds 800 more people would be killed or seriously injured each year without cameras