Two people have been charged as part of an investigation into match-fixing related allegations
Polish-born Alreda Giedroj appears in court accused of first-degree murder
As Pakistan’s economy struggles, its exchange soars. But critics claim weak regulation has opened the door to insider trading
If you’d like enter the Diary Room, bounce on the overstuffed furniture and marvel at the close confines of a reality TV experiment that has last over a decade, now might be your chance as the National Trust is set to open the Big Brother House to the public for one weekend later this month.
A fourth museum in the North of England is now under threat from impending Government cuts, it was claimed today.
National Rail Museum at York and Shildon, Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry (MoSI), and Bradford's National Media Museum warned to brace themselves
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The British artist Haroon Mirza has transformed a space at London's Lisson Gallery into a gleaming symphony of light, reverberation and echo with his newest installation, /o/o/o/o/. Its centrepiece, a reverberation chamber created by Mirza and his architect brother, Omar, will be lit by small, flashing LEDs that correspond to noise from speakers rigged in and about the chamber. The combination of constant, clanging noise and flashing light is set to offer a unique, otherworldly gallery-going experience.
Museums, galleries and theatres across Britain hope to play on “emotionally charged” culture lovers and persuade them to support exhibits and performances with a touch of a button on their mobile phone.
TV star Duncan Bannatyne is selling his own Dragon's Den for £875,000 following his divorce from his second wife.
Information on high profile suspects was reportedly marked as 'secret' or 'restricted' and only available to a small number of officers
Anger grows over trial of three young Londoners who face death penalty after drug confessions that they say were extracted by electric shocks and gun threats
Cameron and Clegg insist coalition is 'steadfast and united'
Bells tolled at houses of worship across the country Friday morning — including most prominently at Washington National Cathedral and the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception — in memory of those who died tragically in Newtown, Connecticut, last week.
Another shambles as security giant leaves asylum seeker living in squalor
More than 300,000 disabled people will have their benefits cut when Disability Living Allowance is replace by a new benefit, Esther McVey, the minister for disabled people, announced today – but the change has been delayed for two years.